The time that Tony Fadell sold me a container of hummus.
Arlo Gilbert

This is misleading. Nest is not doing anything to the device — they are only shutting down support for a product last sold in 2014.

Revolv as a product failed and the team and technology was acquired by Nest.

After two years, Nest decided to stop paying to operate a service which generates no revenue because the product has been off the market for several years.

If you have a device which depends on an Internet service to work (which costs the operator money to provide), don’t expect it to stick around forever.

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