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Nest, a Beautiful Learning Thermostat

Published Oct 28, 2011

Nest is a self-programming thermostat that learns the temperature preferences and schedules of its owners in order to save energy. Nest can also be controlled remotely by mobile devices. Product design at its best.

“…currently 50% of home energy bills go to heating and cooling, or put another way, 10% of US Energy is controlled by thermostats. Nest is produced by Nest Labs, a company founded by two Apple alums: Tony Fadell, former head of the iPod and iPhone division, and Matt Rogers, former head of iPod software development.”

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via Laughing Squid Nest | The Learning Thermostat

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