"Nest": Controlling Your World and Saving Ours

Tony Fadell is perhaps best known for his work at Apple, where he created iPod and iPhone hardware. Today, he is building NEST, a remarkable thermostat. Controlled from anywhere (including an iPhone), it allows you to manage daily energy consumption, save real money, and importantly, diminish greenhouse gas emissions. Fadell discusses how a simple idea can change the world...again. Featuring Tony Fadell and Jerry Murdock

Festival: 2013

Watch and Listen: U.S.A.

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