The Redmond company is working with Johnson Controls on a new thermostat that runs Windows 10 IoT Core, uses Cortana voice activiation and makes use of Azure cloud services on the back end to provide insights around air quality and more.

On July 19, Microsoft posted a short YouTube clip, "Reinventing the Thermostat," which showed off the coming GLAS thermostat.



I asked Microsoft officials for more details, such as pricing and availability. No response so far. There's also nothing about the GLAS on the Johnson Controls site that I could find.

Microsoft officials said back in December that any devices running Windows 10 IoT Core had to include screens. As of the Windows 10 Creators Update release in March, Cortana was available to all Windows 10 IoT devices with displays...


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