Contrary to what you might think, you don't necessarily have to be a producer of solar energy in order to be a consumer of it -- and there's a brilliant new device on Kickstarter that makes it more accessible than ever before.
Short on kitchen space but have a passion for making specialty foods like quinoa? The Mini Tim3 Machin3 makes rice, quinoa, and yogurt, and takes up very little counter space. You can Kickstart it for $47.
Our fancy parties never involve caviar, but they could, thanks to the Imperial Spherificator. Well, it will still be fake caviar but in the familiar roe form. Use any liquid to make little spheres that burst when you bite them.
Ayyoub Momen of Oak Ridge National Laboratory has come up with a new technology that dries clothes extremely quickly while using very little energy. He's working with GE to get the technology to consumers in about four years.
Not all of us can afford a summer home, but if you want to rent one, you've likely been to sites like VRBO and Homeaway. Tripping.com aggregates all these listings in one place, and just secured $16 million in funding.
Is your air conditioner losing the battle against the sweltering summer? The Great Gulf Active House has a whole bunch of tricks up its sleeve to control its internal climate, including windows and skylights that open and close automatically.