The Swedish appliance giant announced early Monday that it would buy the US-based sous vide startup.
The BeeLine is a simple, compass-like wearable for cyclists, walkers and explorers who want to know where they're going, even when they don't.
The Nightingale sleep system promises to cancel out disruptive noises with "ambient sound blankets."
You call it love, but others just call it too much pet food. Thankfully, there's a connected pet feeder that can put your feline on strict portion control, so you don't have to.
Energysquare promises to add wireless charging to all of your devices.
The MagNeo aims to replace the USB-C connector on Apple's latest MacBook Pro with an old-school MagSafe-like adapter.
Spare your smartphone from the ignoble fate of drowning in the merciless watery maw of a privy with a special shelf designed to keep it high and dry.
The HyperDrive USB-C adapter adds useful ports to the MacBook Pro.
Kurt Russell's character bet his life he could beat it, but now fans can support a Kickstarter campaign to make a smartwatch version of the retro timepiece.
The Chip Smart Cookie Oven, which debuted this week on Kickstarter, is a Wi-Fi-connected countertop appliance that its designers say will bake perfect cookies in less than 10 minutes.
The new feature is designed to create more "intimacy" by bringing them to the same virtual room together.
Dorothy's ruby slippers aren't in Kansas anymore. The Smithsonian Institute, their current owner, is asking for crowdfunding help to preserve them.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.