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Google's Nest thermostat owners just got a new hands-free perk: the ability to control the device by voice.

This means the next time you want your home to be warmed to 70 degrees, you can just tell it so, without ever getting up from the couch.

The company announced this week the ability to use voice command service Google Now to change the temperature in the house. But as of now, it only works by using the Google app on an Android device. Users speak into the smartphone's microphone and the synced app will control the Nest thermostat remotely. Read more...

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