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Nest says it may offer ‘compensation’ to Revolv users for disabling smart home hub

Nest bought startup Revolv in Oct. 2014, stopped selling the Revolv Hub at that time, and announced earlier this year plans to cut service to the Revolv Hub starting May 15.

“Nest responded to a torrent of criticism over its decision to deactivate Revolv smart home hubs. Following a viral Medium post from a displeased Revolv owner, Nest now says it’s working with customers to find a better solution.”

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