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Stop cooking like a caveman and check out these gadgets.
If you really want to scare the crap out of the neighbor's kids, you need a pumpkin with batteries!
A lot of people are particular about how they prepare their coffee, so it's a confident company that suggests to them they're doing it wrong. But Nuroast is sure there's a better way to get a great-tasting cup of coffee and demonstrated its prototype home roasting system at the Demo conference on Wednesday.
After conquering the thermostat, Nest Labs now wants to make smoke alarms intelligent.
This Android-powered artificially intelligent robotic bartender can pour you a drink at the touch of a button.
A Japanese start-up says it has finessed a technology that could finally make consumer-grade fuel cells a reality. If successful, the company, Aquafairy, would create a business where many much larger companies have failed.
It might not be immediately obvious, but with every solar panel installed comes a simple but essential piece of maintenance: regular cleaning.
Staples is rolling out an expandable home automation system designed to cut consumer confusion.
Membership fees? Public showers? There's got to be a better way! (There is.)
They say the first three rules of real estate are 'location, location, location.' We'd like to add a fourth: preparation.
Your dorm room is the place you’ll call home for the next year, so make it your own! From fun to functional, this gear will turn your room into a safe haven for work, play, and hanging out.
In a neighborhood where utility bills run $300 per month, this home generates all the energy it consumes—for free!
Energy-efficient design, solar panels, and smart technology help this home generate all the energy it consumes.
Chromecast's ability to mirror browser tabs had the potential to ruffle folks in the streaming video industry, but Hulu, at least, is embracing Google's device.
This Kickstarter campaign hopes to launch the first handheld 3D scanner that costs the same as the desktop 3D printer you will use to print-out captured objects in.