Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Nest, now a Google subsidiary, starts selling video doorbell

Nest’s doorbell, called Nest Hello, marks its first entry into the $334 million video doorbell market, according to 2017 data from research firm Parks Associates. Last month, Amazon announced it had purchased video doorbell company Ring. Companies are battling to get the most access to the front door, according to Dina Abdelrazik, a Parks Associates research analyst.

From the article "Nest, now a Google subsidiary, starts selling video doorbell" by Wendy Lee.

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