Nest Labs has upgraded the Nest Mobile app to version 4.0 with a new design for Nest Thermostat and added support for Nest Protect. Nest Mobile version 4.0 has been adapted to support iOS 7. Nest Version 4.0 has animated weather display, detailed “Where” location settings for Nest devices, and support portrait and landscape modes. There is full support for both portrait and landscape modes.
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From the same people that brought you the Nest learning thermostat comes a new, high-tech smoke and carbon monoxide detector. Nest Protect has a human voice, which can be set to English, Spanish, or French. The voice tells you if the battery is low. If carbon monoxide is detected, it will produce a loud alarm noise.
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Former Apple SVP Tony Fadell Said Apple Built A Smart-Glasses Prototype, But Did Not Have Time To Release Them
Tony Fadell worked as a senior vice president at Apple between 2006 and 2008. Fadell said that Apple built prototypes of a device that is similar to Google Glass, but did not have time to turn them into actual products. Fadell is currently the chief executive officer of Nest, a company that builds smart-learning thermostats.
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Nest Labs is a smart thermostat company that has acquired MyEnergy. Through the acquisition, Nest will be able to provide customers with information about their energy usage. MyEnergy monitors electric, water, and gas usage. This information is presented in an aesthetic dashboard. The terms of this deal was undisclosed.
Nest Version 3.5 Supports Sunblock, Advanced Fan Control, Cool To Dry, Auto-Tune, and Enhanced Auto-Away
Nest is a company that has designed a sensor-driven, WiFi-enabled, and programmable thermostat. The company has two generations of the thermostat that is available on the market today. Nest is compatible with most standard HVAC systems that uses central heating and cooling. If you own a first or second generation Nest thermostat connected to WiFi, you will automatically get a software update in the next few days. This software version is 3.5 and below is a list of some of the new features.
The first-generation Nest device is now selling for $198 at Lowe’s this week. This is down $30 from the original price. This deal will be available from Thursday to Monday so that you have plenty of time to buy one. The first generation is a little bit thicker and the second generation works with more types of home heating and cooling systems. You can view the deal here.
After Nest launched the Nest Learning Thermostat, the company had received a lot of feedback and positive reviews. The company has just launched their next generation product with new features, more compatibility, more apps, and a new design. The 1st generation can still be upgraded to the same 3.0 software that the 2nd generation Nest Thermostat comes shipped with.
Apple’s online stores have started selling the Nest Learning Thermostat for $249.95. Nest charges $249 from their own website and installation is available through trained professionals. Nest creator Tony Fadell was one of the individuals that designed the iPod and the original iPhone. The Nest lets you control the temperature of your apartment, house, or condo from your Android and iOS app.