The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
The 2014 Honda Accord Plug-in keeps up with the competition in some ways, but the overall package lacks cohesion, and quirky features such as the right-side camera don't add much.
With a built-in environmental sensors, smart USB ports, and promises of IFTTT-compatibility, these crowdfunded plugs could put some pressure on WeMo.
The iSimple BluClik is an easy way enhance safety and keep hands on the wheel by adding simple media controls to vehicles without standard steering wheel buttons.
D-Link needs to partner with IFTTT and fix performance inconsistencies to match the versatility and convenience of Belkin's WeMo Switch and WeMo Insight Switch.
If you want a high-end blender that can multitask for you, the Breville may be worth the cost. If you're looking for a basic blender, there are solid options out there for less money.
The new Steam Machines controller prototype is a step in the right direction, but its haptic touch pads still take a lot of getting used to.
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With no real smarts and relatively little actual cleaning power, this sad robot is borderline useless.
The 2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in vastly improves the flexibility and potential economy of the standard Prius formula with the simple addition of a power cable and larger, more efficient battery pack.
The Somfy myLink and motorized window shades combine with mobile app for complete smartphone control.
We wish it cost a little less, but if you've already got Philips Hue LEDs in your home, then adding the Tap to your setup makes a lot of sense.