$50 is too much for a basic water and temperature sensor. And since both of those functions have major problems, this Sensor is one to avoid.
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A small startup claims to have solved the pain of food tracking. CNET's Dan Graziano goes hands-on with the DietSensor.
The Fibaro won't be for everyone, but its versatility and reliable design make it one of the best water sensors for homes at risk of flooding.
Preorders began today for the Nima, a handheld, app-connected device designed to detect gluten levels in your food in about 2 minutes.
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With a little creativity and copper wiring, this $5 device will monitor whole basements for flooding.
The Edyn Garden Sensor does a lot of things right, but an unfinished app mars the experience.
Here's a discreet way to reject calls without looking at your phone screen or hardware buttons.
$15 (or more) for a flood sensor? Build your own for less than $5! This how to isn't for the squeamish, but if you've got the patience, you can save some money when adding leak detectors to your home.
The Super Bowl is coming up soon. Chances are you'll be watching it on a TV, possibly along with a bunch of other people. Here's how to get the most out of your display.