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Williams-Sonoma smart thermometer talks more than turkey

The Williams-Sonoma smart thermometer is a leave-in probe thermometer that is Wi-Fi enabled. The device monitors internal temperature of cooking food and predicts when it will be ready.

By October 10, 2013


Williams-Sonoma cranks up the volume with tablet accessories

The Williams-Sonoma Smart Tools Bluetooth Speaker makes cooking along with instructional videos easy. The speaker is part of a matching set that includes a stand and a splash screen.

By November 20, 2012


Apple thinks different with new San Francisco store

The venue in Union Square is the first store in the world to feature Apple's new design plans, including a "Genius Grove."

By May 19, 2016


To build a better chicken roaster

The Williams-Sonoma Ultimate Chicken Roaster suspends the bird over the cooking surface. The chicken contraption is designed for indoor or outdoor use.

By May 12, 2014


Touchless kitchen scale weighs in with a wave

The Salter for Williams-Sonoma Touchless Tare Glass Scale allows for hands-free operation. The scale can also measure liquid ingredients.

By December 31, 2013


Williams-Sonoma opens doors to home furnishings site

Disregarding the recent tide of dot-com wreckage, the retail conglomerate quietly launches an e-commerce store for its home furnishings division, Pottery Barn.

By July 31, 2000


Short Take: GreaterGood.com names Williams-Sonoma exec as CEO

E-commerce charity site GreaterGood.com today appointed G. Randolph Dirth as chief executive. The Seattle-based company is looking to Dirth for his nearly 25 years of retail experience, including executive positions at Williams-Sonoma. Dirth also was the founder of Gourmet Giftmail, a specialty food service where customers can purchase gifts via telephone, catalog or the Internet. GreaterGood has partnerships with more than 150 not-for-profit groups.

November 19, 1999


Williams-Sonoma cooks up e-commerce site

The home furnishings retailer unveils its new Web store, which allows customers to purchase the company's cookware and kitchen furnishings.

November 1, 1999


Williams-Sonoma may open virtual doors

The home furnishings retailer is expected to unveil its new Web store Monday, as well as show the first signs of its partnership with media giant Conde Nast.

October 29, 1999


Google brings its retail catalog app to the Web

Once available only on tablets, the company brings more than 300 catalogs -- such as Williams Sonoma, J. Crew, and Eddie Bauer -- to its new Web app.

By October 1, 2012