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Electrolux's connected steam oven and updated app are among the items the company will showcase at this year's IFA electronics show in Berlin. The oven debuted as a concept at last year's event.
For a modest $140, the Ninja Coffee Bar serves great-tasting coffee in multiple brewing styles and in a range of different sizes.
The Butterfleye serves as eyes and ears for smart connected houses.
New paint and a slightly different brush design is all that separates Neato's newest automated vacuum from the brand's other bots.
A smarter second edition of BedJet will not only blow hot or cold air beneath your sheets, but will also automatically adjust its settings while you sleep to try and keep you comfy throughout the night.
Seeking funding on Kickstarter, the Mycroft Smart Home AI Platform is voice-activated, cloud-connected, control device with Arduino and Raspberry Pi 2 at its core.
The Coolest Cooler is a 55-quart cooler equipped with cool extras like a USB charger, Bluetooth speaker and built-in blender. Is this Kickstarter record-holder enough of a party animal to justify its price tag?
The Presence Security Pack brings hardware accessories to a previously software-focused brand, but the move might alienate some People Power fans.
The Edyn Garden Sensor does a lot of things right, but an unfinished app mars the experience.
The $580 Ratio Eight drip brewer is extremely easy on the eyes and makes superb coffee, but it's much too expensive.