Nest and Virgin America have announced a new featured called ‘Total Temperature Control’, which acts like an individual climate control feature on your flight:
We’re teaming up with Virgin America to reinvent the way people fly. Watch as Tony Fadell and Sir Richard Branson introduce Total Temperature Control, the newest product from Nest.
Check out the video below:
If you haven’t figured it out by now, this isn’t real. It’s an April Fools’ Day joke put on by both companies and is expected to go viral, making it a PR person’s dream. It’s not April 1 here yet, but in other parts of the world it is.
Back in January, Google acquired Nest Labs for $3.2 billion in cash. Nest was founded by Tony Fadell, an ex-Apple employee known as the ‘father’ of the iPod. The second generation Nest retails for $249 CDN from Amazon and can fully automate and manage the heating in your home right from your iPhone, saving you money.
Earlier today, we also saw Google announced the Pokemon Challenge within Google Maps for their April Fools’ Day joke.