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The Register: Google Nest is set to brick $300 Revolv home automation hubs after buying out staff and abandoning the project.
The software giant acquired Revolv for its talent in October 2014 and next month will drop support for the smaller company's smart home device.
The decision means that as of May 15th the Revolv hub become paperweights.
A statement on Revolv's site informs customers that their devices are no longer covered by warranties.
Nest execs say in a statement only that Revolv was "a great first step" but that Works with Nest is a "better solution" demanding of its resources.
Chief executive Arlo Gilbert of Texas-based app developer Televero and Revolv customer says the home automation company's move is a "pretty blatant f**k you" to buyers.
"On 15 May, my house will stop working; my landscape lighting will stop turning on and off, my security lights will stop reacting to motion, and my home made vacation burglar deterrent will stop working," Gilbert says. Cont'd...
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