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CNET
Ex-Nest CEO Tony Fadell says Google's spin-off was a blunderEx-Nest CEO Tony Fadell: "Nest was acquired by Google for a specific reason. I
CNET / Posted 8 days ago
Ex-Nest CEO Tony Fadell: "Nest was acquired by Google for a specific reason. I pitched it as 'We are the senses and you are the brain.'" Google's announcement this week that it's bringing Nest back under its wing has some former employees of the... Read more
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Business Insider
Insiders say Google never answered a key question about its Alphabet gamble and now it's coming back to haunt themthat speaks volumes In 2016, about a year after Alphabet's formation, a strin
Business Insider / Posted 8 days ago
that speaks volumes In 2016, about a year after Alphabet's formation, a string of key executives left the company. Tony Fadell, the Nest CEO, stepped down in June 2016. Bill Maris, the CEO of GV, left in August 2016. Chris Urmson, the... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
Breaking up with your smartphone is really, really hard — just ask these peopleMartin says. "If you have more than 30 seconds without stimulation you have thi
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 9 days ago
Martin says. "If you have more than 30 seconds without stimulation you have this twitch to reach for your cellphone." Tony Fadell, a former Apple executive who helped invent the iPod, wants to make one thing clear: "The devices themselves are... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Breaking up with your smartphone is really, really hard — just ask these peopleMartin says. "If you have more than 30 seconds without stimulation you have thi
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 9 days ago
Martin says. "If you have more than 30 seconds without stimulation you have this twitch to reach for your cellphone." Tony Fadell, a former Apple executive who helped invent the iPod, wants to make one thing clear: "The devices themselves are... Read more
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The Morning Call
Breaking up with your smartphone is really, really hard - just ask these peopleMartin says. "If you have more than 30 seconds without stimulation you have thi
The Morning Call / Posted 10 days ago
Martin says. "If you have more than 30 seconds without stimulation you have this twitch to reach for your cellphone." Tony Fadell, a former Apple executive who helped invent the iPod, wants to make one thing clear: "The devices themselves are... Read more
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Fortune
Nest Rejoins Google and Is No Longer a Separate Alphabet Companyof devices like the Pixel phone and Internet-connected Google Home speaker. Ne
Fortune / Posted 11 days ago
of devices like the Pixel phone and Internet-connected Google Home speaker. Nest was co-founded by former Apple executive Tony Fadell in 2010 and pitched itself as a maker of sophisticated Internet-connected thermostats that could do feats like... Read more
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Business Insider
Google is reabsorbing Nest, the smart home company it bought for $3.2 billion in 2014firm Verily, and cybersecurity tool developer Chronicle. But Nest underwent a
Business Insider / Posted 11 days ago
firm Verily, and cybersecurity tool developer Chronicle. But Nest underwent a period of turmoil under its founder and CEO Tony Fadell, a tech executive famous for helping Apple create the original iPod. A harsh 2016 feature on Nest by The... Read more
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CNET
Nest says it has sold 11 million devices (and counting)according CEO Marwan Fawaz. Back then, Nest was a startup with a big dream. Fou
CNET / Posted 12 days ago
according CEO Marwan Fawaz. Back then, Nest was a startup with a big dream. Founded by former Apple execs, Matt Rogers and Tony Fadell, Nest's inaugural product was its Learning Thermostat. Related links This app-enabled thermostat (now in its... Read more
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CNET
Google and Nest reunite in push to add AI to every gadgetNest was founded in 2011, it was a novel enterprise from a leader with a storie
CNET / Posted 12 days ago
Nest was founded in 2011, it was a novel enterprise from a leader with a storied pedigree. Nest cofounder and former CEO Tony Fadell is known as the Godfather of the iPod, after playing a key role developing the seminal music player with Steve... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Apple executives, Facebook billionaires endorse tech dietsmeditate at the beginning of every session. He limits phone usage at home and h
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
meditate at the beginning of every session. He limits phone usage at home and his family has a no-device policy for meals. Tony Fadell, the former Apple executive involved in the creation of the iPhone, said he experienced the distracting effects... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Google halts Glass sales to reboot vision after awful debutof technology between users and the real world. To bridge that divide, oversig
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
of technology between users and the real world. To bridge that divide, oversight of a rebooted Glass will now fall to Tony Fadell, the CEO of smart-home device maker Nest Labs, which Google acquired last year. Fadell has already three times in... Read more
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Daily Mail
Apple CEO Tim Cook doesn’t want his nephew using social mediarecently promised to help combat iPhone addiction after two major shareholders
Daily Mail / Posted 28 days ago
recently promised to help combat iPhone addiction after two major shareholders raised concern about the trend in kids. Tony Fadell, creator of both the iPod and iPhone, felt that Apple wasn't doing enough to combat tech addiction. 'I don't... Read more
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