Ace Sensor Inc. and Double Insight Inc. unveil Instant Pot, a wireless, Bluetooth cooker you can control via an Android or iOS app.
This capable cooker returned consistently great results, but the so-so Bluetooth and app portion isn't quite worth the inflated price.
If you have a stable home Wi-Fi connection and want more control over your slow-cooked meals, Belkin and Jarden's Crock-Pot WeMo Smart Slow Cooker can give you the on-the-go access you crave. For everyone else, it's an overpriced slow cooker that makes a hands-off process much more involved.
The Crock-Pot Cook & Carry Digital Slow Cooker delivers all of the low-maintenance cooking performance we expect from a slow cooker, with a few nods to convenience and portability that give it an edge over its competitors.
The inaugural New West Summit -- devoted to the marriage of pot, tech, business and media -- serves as the site for a kind of passing of the torch. Or should we say a passing of the pipe?
Farm-to-table isn't just for foodies. CNET's Max Taves visited San Francisco-based Flow Kana to see how the startup is trying to give medical marijuana an upscale makeover.
California's loosening laws are making it easy for on-demand services to deliver marijuana to patients stuck at home.
Marijuana startups are imitating companies like Airbnb and Dollar Shave Club as they chase anything related to the weed biz. Getting high is just an app away.
Technically Incorrect: In Maryland, law enforcement arrests two men who were allegedly planning to drop all sorts of contraband into jails.
Medical marijuana is big business, with sales in California alone reaching $1.1 billion dollars in 2014. Technology is changing the way patients receive orders, with new apps promising delivery in less than an hour.