Nest adds two-factor authentication to its smart thermostats
Published in News


Prevents unapproved logins in event of account compromise


Palo Alto-based startup Nest Labs, which introduced its first Nest Learning Thermostat in 2011 along with a range of other home automation devices, prior to being acquired by Google, has just announced that it is introducing two-factor authentication for additional security to prevent customer security footage from getting stolen by thieves.

3rd Generation Thermostat Launched
Published in Wearables


Slightly better

First there was the Nest intelligent thermostat. Then there was Nest intelligent 2nd generation thermostat. You guessed it, Nest launched an improved 3rd generation intelligent thermostat and it costs just $249.



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