Nest Turns User Data Into Software Update For Smart Smoke Detector
Nest is about to turn all the data its thousands of Nest Protect owners have been delivering into some tangible new features. Since launching the $99 smart home smoke and carbon monoxide detector late last year, a follow-up to its popular Learning Thermostat, Nest, which is owned by Google, has been collecting anonymized data from hundreds of thousands of installed units in the U.S., Canada and the UK. Now the company has a handful of updates, all bundled into a Nest Protect 2.0 software update that was built in direct response to that data-driven learning.
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