How high-tech can a toilet get? Get ready to meet the $6,400 Numi.
Kohler's NUMI smart toilet has heated seats, an automatically adjusting bidet, and a touchscreen remote, but it comes with a hefty price tag.
Touch-enabled, speaker-enhanced, and fully futuristic: we give the Kohler Numi a spin.
Jawbone already tracks steps, sleep, and even caffeine: now calorie-counting, food-logging and weight loss are being revamped and brought into the fold of Jawbone's intelligent insight-based coaching.
Crave alumna Jasmine France makes a cameo this week to promote Sonos for Android. Meanwhile, Donald and Eric waste no time taking the show straight down the toilet.
We've had our suspicions, but now we know. A study from 11mark found that 75 percent of American mobile phone users use their phones in the bathroom to make calls, text, and play with apps.
Urinals aren't just for men anymore. The Pollee urinal for women is designed to cut down on slow-moving bathroom lines at large public events.
In our latest episode, we wonder if Democrat Jesse Jackson Jr. makes a valid point about the iPad killing American jobs. Also, Scott's hands-on with the $6,000 Kohler toilet gets weird, and more iPhone 5 rumors.
Saturday, November 19 is World Toilet Day. Remember to thank your toilet and take some time to revel in some of the impressive toilet technology that debuted this year.
Better Energy Systems, which creates portable, flower-shaped solar chargers for mobile devices, secured its first round of funding.