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What Does Google Home Mean For Nest?

Google debuted its new connected home device on Tuesday -- aptly called Google Home -- to compete directly with Amazon’s voice-activated speaker Alexa. Google also unveiled another key piece of its connected home strategy, a mesh router simply named Google Wi-Fi. The two pieces of hardware will be the cornerstone of Google’s push into home controls. So where does that leave Nest? If recent activity (or lack thereof) is any indication, Nest will be just another piece of hardware in the ecosystem.
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