When you put an electric bill on a Nest thermostatic system, the company will track the temperature you’ve set for the past month, and if you have a bad year, it can even tell you when it’s time to cancel the thermostatically controlled heating and cooling system.

A Nest therto-electronic system, which allows users to control heating and air conditioning using voice commands, can be set up to adjust its temperature using voice to control thermostats.If the temperature exceeds the desired level, the Nest thertopat shuts off automatically, but if the temperature falls below a preset value, the device can automatically adjust …