As it welcomes Somfy and Tyco to its board of directors, the Thread Group keeps an eye out for startups that could have an outsized impact on the developing Internet of Things market.
Appliance makers at CES 2015 prove The Jetsons' futuristic house might not be so far off.
The company’s latest appliances are the first on board with the Nest Developer Program.
Everybody’s talking about it, billions are being spent on it, and it will impact all of our lives sooner rather than later. Our primer explains what all the fuss is about.
The update helps the device become more aware of how people use it and adjust automatically to fit customer needs.
This is great news on the one hand, and a sad turn of events on the other.
Products based on the networking specification are due next year
Of course Google-owned Nest will share your data with Google, but only if you say it's OK.
The Nest Developer Program will allow Google's smart thermostat to be a major hub in your connected home.
Google confirmed the deal in a blog post, while reports say the sale price was above $500 million.