1432 Results for

water

Editors' Take

Edyn Water Valve

On display at CES 2016, the long promised Edyn Water Valve works with the Edyn Garden Sensor to give your plants just the right amount to drink.

By 6 January 2016

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FortrezZ Water Sensor

$50 is too much for a basic water and temperature sensor. And since both of those functions have major problems, this Sensor is one to avoid.

By 3 December 2015

2.5 stars Editors' rating 3 December 2015

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Editors' Take

WeMo Water and Power with Echo Technology

With new sensors in the works, WeMo wants to keep tabs on water and power consumption.

By 5 January 2015

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Where's My Water 2 for iOS

Where's My Water 2 is a fun sequel that is sadly overshadowed by a brutal freemium model that makes it impossible for me to recommend it to anyone.

By 12 September 2013

2.5 stars Editors' rating 12 September 2013

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Editors' Take

Blossom 8 Smart Watering Controller

The Blossom 8 Smart Watering Controller trims the look, features and price of the original Blossom.

By 23 March 2016

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​GoPro found in water with intact footage of a crab selfie

Watch video of underwater life captured on a lost GoPro found by a fisherman.

By 10 July 2016

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The Ozmo smart cup's claims don't quite hold water

The Ozmo Active Smart Cup tries to track your daily water and coffee consumption, but it doesn't always get it right.

By 9 July 2016

Video

Harvard's 'bionic leaf' produces fuel using sunlight and water (Crave Extra)

Imagine producing fuel in your own home using a man-made leaf, sunlight and water. This idea is now reality, thanks to Harvard researchers who are discovering and creating new processes and new materials to change the energy landscape.

By 8 June 2016

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This 'bionic leaf' converts sunlight and water into fuel

Researchers at Harvard have developed a means of using solar energy to convert water into a liquid fuel.

By 7 June 2016

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Capitol Hill push for encryption back doors looks dead in the water

The legislation that would make tech companies crack their own encryption has lost support, according to a report citing congressional sources.

By 28 May 2016