Belkin has announced that the WeMo product line will now support multi-device control via If This Then That (IFTTT) service, getting your home on its way to being smarter than ever.
A furniture equivalent of a swiss army knife, the D*Table looks like your average table but can transform into eight different shapes. Furthermore, the designers are planning to apply the same logic in building homes.
The Philips Hue smart lighting system gets smarter with the latest iOS update, which brings If This Then That logic, geofencing, and more scene and alarm settings. Android and Kindle updates will follow by the month's end.
Using technology to develop a more convenient way of entering your home, the Kwikset Kevo is a new type of lock that communicates with an iPhone using a proximity sensor in order to unlock the front door.
So you know you like wine, but not sure which is your favorite. The Dacor Discovery WineStation will help you try a sample of each bottle to taste what you like, and automatically pour a full glass if you want more.
Unveiled at Milan Design Week last month, the Membrane armchair is a minimalist's dream. Weighing just three kilograms, the lightweight furniture is versatile enough to move into any room.
The Arzum Firrin toaster has redesigned the conventional toaster by putting the tray on its side, allowing for better heat control. Not to mention the decreased risk of burning yourself!
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” – Arthur C. Clarke Home automation. Smart house. Advanced home control. If those words conjure images of lights mysteriously flashing on and off at random times, fat piles of cash…
There are some pretty extreme alarm clocks out there on the market, but this is byfar the most hardcore. This modded alarm clock will begin shredding money if you don't get out of bed in time.
Definitely ideal for anyone that consistently creates mixed drinks that taste absolutely terrible, the Barman provides an easy to follow, step-by-step process for making drinks with the help of some advanced technology.
Home Design 3D lets users create virtual renderings of their home so they can test out paint colors and furniture layouts. The app, available for $7 on iOS, received praise from NY Times as one of the best interior design apps available.
Focusing on new software updates rather than rolling out new hardware, Nest has launched an automatic update that adjusts the thermostat accordingly when detecting direct sunlight.
Need a little help with food portion control? The Chef Sleeve Smart Food Scale can punch out USDA nutritional information of each food item you're weighing to track what you're eating.
If your eyes feel too strained from watching a lot of movies and shows, consider Lightpack. The ambient lighting system aims to extend your display's colors onto the walls to help your eyes ease into the vividness.
Shloosl is a Web service that will make duplicates of your keys if you text them photos of the set. When did hardware stores become so hard to locate, and what was wrong with that brick and mortar system in the first place?
Customization is key in Honeywell's latest home automated device. The Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat is not only remote controlled via mobile devices, you can also change background colors to match your home's decor.
Combining a ridiculous price tag with an opulent amount of advanced technology, the Kohler Numi toilet received a few new upgrades that offer greater appeal to the mobile generation.
Those bummed that their homes do not come with the most fantastic of views may just find a solution in the Eye+ TV window. With the technology, you can add any view to any room, and eye tracking sensors gives an added sense of realism.
Designed to slow down the eating process and help you feel better after each meal, the HAPIfork is a new type of smart utensil that provides a detailed snapshot of your eating habits.
The LG Styler is the Korean manufacturer's latest innovative washing machine that aims to clean clothes without water or detergent. Can you truly get clean clothes with just the power of hot steam?
Wine lovers live in spaces big and small - that's why we're loving this Nucleus modular wine rack that's made for every kind of drinker - no matter how much space is available in their home.
Coffee drinkers with an affinity for expensive machines, listen up. The Krups EA9000 is the arguably the best coffee maker you can own, if you're willing to fork up a couple thousand dollars.
Say goodbye to allen wrenches and flat-pack furniture. Belgian designer Carl de Smet has invented a smart foam technology that allows furniture to assemble itself with a little help of heat.
Will an eight-year trend that shows more people are deciding not to drive cars impact the way automakers approach the design of future vehicles?
Getting ready for a trip? The Internet has your back. Travel mobile apps to make traveling easier and replace that paper tour guide and offer easy itineraries, new experiences, tipping help, and more.
A new Kickstarter project, LinkMe, is a smart bracelet that users can sync to their smartphones and receive select messages. If funding is raised, devices will hit the market later this year.
Two industrial design students have created a smart, invisible helmet that only inflates to protect the wearer upon impact. Yep, kind of like an airbag - albeit a $500 one with floral prints.
It's the PR problem that no company wants to deal with: What happens when costs on your new corporate headquarters skyrocket so much that the project will cost more to construct that the new World Trade Center? Good luck with that one, Apple.
Those looking for a cool piece of art to clamor over this weekend in New York can visit the bitforms gallery and witness the Angles Mirror copy their silhouettes. Thanks to a tiny camera sensor and motors, the interactive art makes for a trippy exhibit.
Restauranteurs are tired of customers running to Yelp and Foursquare to complain, ruining their Web reps. Instead, they're starting to use social media for more than gratuitous self-promotion.