The $250 KitchenAid Siphon Coffee Brewer makes coffee in a way that's just as wild as its looks.
Technically Incorrect: Nanoplug took to Indiegogo to plug its tech for a tiny hearing aid, but now it's touting a device that appears identical to a product already on the market. Contributors are furious.
It might look the part of a $500 machine, but the KitchenAid Pro Line didn't toast any better than the $30 Hamilton Beach Classic Chrome Toaster.
Buying the KitchenAid 4-Slice Manual only makes sense if you have a weakness for retro appliance looks, otherwise you'd be better served by cheaper machines which make toast better and faster.
Technically Incorrect: A new ad, which features a 7-year-old blind girl describing how she envisions "The Wizard Of Oz," highlights Comcast's voice-controlled tech to help customers with visual disabilities find movies and TV shows.
Can KitchenAid's $200 Sparkling Beverage Maker make at-home soda a classy affair?
It's time to seriously address the question of how a glass pitcher full of Kool-Aid can run through a wall without suffering a horrible, delicious death.
No bigger than an eraser, the Nanoplug is affordable and, its makers claim, half the size of conventional hearing aids.
We put this ridiculously expensive machine to the test to see if it can possibly prove itself worth the premium.
This is a decent range, but you can find similar models -- with more predictable cook times -- for much less.