Now controls more than your heating, offers better screen and economy, and still has the most satisfying knob in the business.
A bigger screen and more intelligent insides, but the price is staying the same for the smart home gadget.
Huge benefits to society are expected, but is the IoT threatening civil liberty so much that we may all soon need to pay companies to protect our privacy?
Smart-home developer Nest has sent out ambiguous invitations to an upcoming press conference in San Francisco.
If Google's hiring strategy is anything to go by, it's far from done with Glass - and more products are on the way.
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