We already have remote controlled robots, door locks, alarm systems and even vacuums, so why not a stove? That's the thinking that went into a new stove that actually allows you to control the appliance via the Internet.
Created by UK appliance manufacturer AGA, the iTotal Control allows you to control the stove from your PC or via text message. The company also developed a slick smartphone app for when you need to access the stove through your iPhone, iPad or Android device. The stove itself actually requires a SIM card and a GSM aerial antenna connected to the stove by a cable.
But remote cooking isn't cheap, the stove costs $15,589, plus $9 per month for the SIM card rental. You can see the iTotal Control in action in the video below.