Whats yours is yours and what's yours is mine, atleast this is what Tim Enwall thinks. In weird news today "Revolv" now known as "Nest" a subsidiary of Google's parent company Alphabet has decided it is ok to shut down your Revolv device for good. If you can remember all the way back to 2014 Revolv was a revolutionary new smarthub device for your home which connected all your smart appliances together without the need to control them all separately with separate apps. Google liked the idea enough to acquire the company which it quickly rebranded as Nest. Today Tim released a statement letting Revolv users know that they are shutting down the service and rendering the hardware useless! How can they do this? It seems like the best thing to do here would be to at the very least give early adopters of the Revolv some sort of credit towards Nest. Here is an idea they could just allow the Revolv to continue to work. What are your thoughts? Is it ok for a company who sold you a product to render it useless when they decide to move onto a new project?