Nest Labs Founder: What Led Me to Design iPod, Nest

Jan. 13 (Bloomberg) –- NestLabs founder Tony Fadell designed the innovative Nest Thermometer based on his frustration with traditional thermostats that he calls "ugly." It turns out the other product Fadell designed, the iPod, was born out of a similar frustration. Fadell takes us inside his process reveals three products that inspired his designs for products that have already changed the world. (Source: Bloomberg)
Apple and Cisco Team Up to Improve Corporate Networks
47:47 - Rowan Trollope, senior vice president of Cisco's Collaboration Technology Group, discusses the company's partnership with Apple. He speaks with Bloomberg's Cory Johnson on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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