Nest ponders compensation for owners of disabled Revolv hubs

Smart home brand, owned by Google’s holding company Alphabet, said it would refund customers on a ‘case by case basis’Nest may offer compensation to owners of a smart home hub that it is remotely disabling in May, according to a statement given to The Verge.The internet of things firm was bought by Google in 2014 and is now owned by Google’s holding company, Alphabet. In March, it announced the decision to shut down the Revolv hub, a smart home device that it had acquired in October 2014

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