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If you own a Revolv device, it’s time to go shopping

Nest, which acquired home automation startup Revolv in 2014, is shutting down all Revolv devices on May 15. That warranty on your $300 Revolv hub won’t do anything for you now that the product is defunct, which begs the question: Should tech companies be allowed to brick devices that are perfectly functional?  Read more at … Continue reading “If you own a Revolv device, it’s time to go shopping”

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Nest, which acquired home automation startup Revolv in 2014, is shutting down all Revolv devices on May 15. That warranty on your $300 Revolv hub won’t do anything for you now that the product is defunct, which begs the question: Should tech companies be allowed to brick devices that are perfectly functional? 

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Pavithra Mohan is a staff writer for Fast Company.

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