Tony Fadell might have left Apple to make the Nest Learning Thermostat, but it may be the case that Apple hasn't completely left him. If we go by a pair of rumors, Nest's Internet-savvy climate control could soon be in Apple Stores, presumably across the US, for the same $249 as it costs to splurge for one through Nest itself. We're definitely skeptical -- home appliances and automation aren't really Apple's strong suits, and Nest has already declined to comment -- but 9to5 Mac has heard that the thermostats are already in Apple's inventory system.
Like a moody artiste tired of the hype, Nest’s Tony Fadell wants to leave the “Internet of Things scene” behind. “I hate that term,” Fadell told Walt Mossberg on stage at the Code Conference yesterday evening, and like a message fro... Read Post
Two men who created the iPod and iPhone founded Nest and injected new technology into the humble thermostat. Now they have their sights on the rest of your house. In 2007, Tony Fadell believed he could see the future. He was an Appl... Read Post