Dyson has unveiled its latest hygienically stylish creation, designed to make washing and drying your hands as quick and germ-free as possible.
Everything is better and more fun when it's remote-controlled.
Internet-connected devices are clearly the future of controlling everything from your home to your car, but actually getting "the Internet of things" rolling has been slow going. Now a new project looks to brighten those prospects, quite literally, with a smart light socket.
It's not every day that someone comes up with a new design for a ceiling fan that both looks and functions better than the original, and it took some inspiration from a certain electrical genius to make it happen. Or, almost happen. On Indiegogo is this futuristic-looking bladeless laminar vortex cyclonic homogenizing ceiling fan, based on designs by Tesla.
In recent years, users been buffeted by a range of gadgets that are innovative, but not always practical. That's why a new creation that takes something as simple as automatically alerting your guests that dinner is ready could be a welcome addition to anyone's tech arsenal.
While most homes aren't quite at the "computer, dim lights" stage yet, Greenwave Reality is making home automation much, much easier with the availability of its Wi-Fi controllable light bulbs. All you need is a home wireless network, and that's it. Screw in these bulbs, and flick 'em on and off through your phone to your heart's content.
Most of us are carry around smartphones that, being smart, are smart enough to take care of us without us even realizing it. Having access to cheap and ubiquitous sensors has created an entirely new way for us to manage ourselves, and the next step might be smart carpets? Yes, carpets.
Along with the summer heat comes all manner of insectoid pests, but the most hated is most certainly the fly. Flyswatters are messy and sprays put poison in the air, so a clean, eco-friendly solution would be a welcome solution. Enter: The Bug-A-Salt gun.
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.
File this one under devices that make so much sense we thought they already existed. Someone finally invented what might be the most practical kiosk ever: an automated key duplicator.