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  • Nest will soon be able to watch your home
  • Nest will soon be able to watch your home
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Nest will soon be able to watch your home

Google-owned Nest has announced the purchase of Dropcam – a home surveillance company that provides Wi-Fi-connected cameras to monitor rooms in your house. After Nest's 440,000 unit recall, the company's reputation hangs in the balance: will Dropcam help or hinder its recovery?

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