Samsung’s recently announced high-end Chef Collection line includes a dishwasher with several features that might change what you expect from dishwashers of the future. A unique water delivery system, display, and third rack enhancements make this one a…
Samsung polled pro chefs to find out what culinary whizzes want in a fridge, then built this epic stainless-steel beast for its high-end Chef's Collection.
After the success of its first Rydis vacuum bot, newcomer Moneual returns with an all-in-one bot to both vacuum and mop, potentially taking the place of both a Roomba and a Scooba.
Want to get into your house with your phone, but don't want to replace your trusty analog lock? The new Okidokeys systems lets you keep your existing lock and upgrade with smart-lock superpowers.
Tell T-Fal’s OptiGrill which meat you’re cooking, and it will sense its thickness to cook beef, chicken or pork to perfection, no user intervention needed.
With model names meant to indicate capacity and also the call signs they go by in their native alien language, LG's latest refrigerators are functional, efficient, and may save us from the Decepticons.
Moneual's entry into the robot vacuum sweepstakes isn't quite as user-friendly as its better known rival, the Roomba, but it offers more functionality and more value.
Are you an urban dweller who pines for a backyard grill, or otherwise appliance challenged? Our mates from across the pond have developed a very George Foreman-like countertop grill with a raft of features that will have you in the steak in no time.
iRobot's mid-level Roomba can't be the only vacuum in your closet arsenal for several reasons, but if you're willing to work around its few shortcomings, it's a remarkably…
If you're too lazy to properly wash your hands after using the facilities, you need two things: Stand's new Tandem urinal and a serious kick in the ass. the first let's you wash your hands as soon as you finish your business. The second is just because.
t this year's annual DEF CON and Black Hat hacker conferences, of prominent interest will be exploiting all new devices in the home that have network capability. Want to secure your toaster (or, you know, garage door)? Read on…
Presence and Airbeam are two new apps that allow you to convert unused iOS devices into a fairly close approximation of a home security network that usually costs thousands of dollars. If that sounds too good to be true, that's because it sort of is.
For the skeptics among us who scoff at the need for an in-door dispenser on their refrigerator, we ask: What if it could make you a nice spot of tea?