Five months after proving that a thermostat could not only cool, but be “cool,”
. has added several new features to improve the functionality of its Nest Learning Thermostat.
The new capabilities include an Energy History view that shows people exactly when their heating and cooling systems run throughout the day. Nest also added a feature called Airwave, which can help homeowners cut energy used needed to cool your house to a desired temperature. These features – as well as several other additions – are bundled with the Nest Learning Thermostat and delivered to existing customers via automatic software updates.
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