Clayton Moore

Clayton Moore

Clayton Moore’s interest in technology is deeply rooted in the work of writers like Warren Ellis, Cory Doctorow and Neal Stephenson, which can occasionally be frightening. When not writing about technology or business, he’s off profiling people like Valerie Plame Wilson, David Byrne, and Neil Gaiman, among many others.

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Food wish fulfilled? Genie launches next-gen pod-based cooking system

Microwaves were innovative and Keurig coffee pods are handy, but a new cooking system called Genie promises to create healthy, tasty, and affordable meals in just 3 minutes using a chef's process.
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A new survey by Adobe shows an evolving market for voice applications

A new consumer survey conducted by Adobe Analytics has uncovered a growing desire for more diversity in voice-controlled applications and devices as well as growing engagement with voice ads.
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The cordless vacuum gets a reinvention thanks to these Dyson disciples

Dyson has been a shining light in the home appliance industry for decades but a pair of its former employees are working to change the cleaning industry with a new cordless vacuum called Lupe.
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Robotic furniture transforms Ikea’s tiny rooms with the touch of a button

Ikea is integrating robots into your furniture now, thanks to a partnership with Boston-based startup Ori. Ikea's new Rognan-equipped furniture has the ability to change shape on the fly.
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Philips may add a smart plug to its expanding lineup of smart home gizmos

Philips is a significant competitor with other smart home technology manufacturers when it comes to light bulbs but the company will reportedly expand its offerings this year, starting with a new smart plug.
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Cleanyst imagines a new mix-at-home paradigm for cleaning products

Cleanyst is a home-mixing system that combines pre-manufactured pouches with your at-home water to create all kinds of cleaning products via an eco-friendly home device that eventually pays for itself.