Nest and the Internet of Broken Promises (and how to fix it)

Ajay Kulkarni
Apr 8, 2016 · 6 min read
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Is this the future of IoT? (Photo by Alan Levine via Flickr)
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The Revolv Smart Home Hub that Google acquired in 2014 (and Nest is disabling in May 2016)
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Some of the many headlines that are part of the IoT backlash

The Internet of Questions

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The $699 Juicero WiFi connected juicer that doesn’t juice actual vegetables
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In 2015, John Deere lawyers argued that farmers do not actually own their tractors

Minimum Reliable Product

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Minimum Reliable Product

Building better connected hardware.

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