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The Breville Fast Slow Pro is a solid all-in-one appliance that could replace some of your existing kitchen tools.
Appliance Science looks at the physics of today's smart home tech.
Getting a doggie bag for your beer has never sounded so cool...or possible.
Serena has a lot of things going for it but the price will push these shades out of the range of many would-be customers, and the performance hiccups show room for improvement.
The price is right, but Immedia's Blink just doesn't offer enough functionality when you factor in the competition.
The Perfect Bake Pro scale would be a good buy for a novice for whom baking is intimidating. But if you have your own collection of recipes, this gadget will get in your way.
TNL's OneCook may look like a standard kitchen appliance, but it has hidden RFID tags that automatically recognize the recipe you're making.
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The Pantelligent makes great use of technology to improve your cooking skills, whether you're a kitchen newbie or an expert home cook.
A combination of the company's Pico and KegSmarts, the Brewvana is a do-it-all machine that'll automate making your beer of choice.
GoSun, a company that makes solar grills, will add an electric component to one of its stoves to enable users to cook when the sun isn't out.
The SmartyPans app-connected skillet, which debuts at CES this week, will calculate the nutritional info of the food you cook -- if the product's crowdfunding campaign is a success.