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Nest has just announced their new WiFi-controlled carbon monoxide and smoke detector, Nest Protect.
NetworkThermostat announces the availability of the RP32H-IP and RP32H-WIFI Ethernet and Wi-Fi energy management solutions with integrated humidity sensing.
Nest thermostats have been a popular and stylish choice for homeowners who want control over their energy costs and indoor climate since its release in late 2011. Now Nest Labs, the maker of the Wi-Fi connected thermostat, says its next big project will also belong at home.
Some energy saving habits are not what they seem.
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