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Google and Nest apparently want to watch you sleep next

27
May
2014

Google and Nest are reportedly interested in providing some sort of home surveillance equipment and support in the future, The Information has learned, as the Search giant may make another purchase to help with such plans. Google is apparently looking into buying camera startup Dropcam, although it’s not clear whether the two parties will go ahead with these moves. “The status of any talks between Google and Dropcam, which makes a $150 camera that streams footage to phones and computers, isn’t clear,” the publication wrote. “Spokespeople for both companies did not respond to requests for comment.” Apparently Apple, which is also developing its own smart home product which will be unveiled at WWDC 2014 next week, is also interested in

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