Nest’s decision to turn off functionality for the Revolv hub isn’t the first time a company has decided to stop supporting a connected device.
Memo to Nest: How 3 connected hardware companies killed their devices
Stacey Higginbotham

This is an important issue as the digital giants would increasingly make such acquisitions and the early customers getting more frustrated with lack of software updates (or incompatibility) or services. There has to be more accepted understanding about such ‘orphans’ within the tech community; otherwise, Wired’s argument may be right.

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