Krystle Vermes

Krystle Vermes

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Krystle Vermes is a professional writer, blogger and podcaster with a background in both online and print journalism. Her passions include everything tech, sports, and the paranormal. When she isn’t freelance reporting, she’s breaking news on her blog, GetSpooked.net, and podcasting. Krystle is a graduate of Suffolk University and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Print Journalism.

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The Mistbox is back and better than before with a new design on Kickstarter

Mistbox makes use of evaporative cooling technology, which is a time-tested approach. It sprays a mist toward outdoor air entering your air conditioner, dropping its temperature before it enters your house.
Smart Home

The Roccbox portable oven can cook a pizza in 90 seconds

Roccbox is a portable oven that can cook with both wood and gas, depending on your liking. Within 10 minutes, it can reach its peak temperature of 932 degrees Fahrenheit, and it can cook a pizza in 90 seconds.
Smart Home

This $8,000 R2-D2-inspired refrigerator will deliver drinks to you

This R2-D2-inspired refrigerator can be directed to move on its own via remote control. Whether you're on the couch or in bed, you can command the fridge to roll over to you when you want a cold drink.
Computing

The FBI is still hunting for California’s fiber-optic cable cutter

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is attempting to determine who has been cutting fiber-optic cables around California. The most recent event took place on June 9, and the cutting has been happening since last year.
Computing

Seagate throws in free OneDrive storage with its Backup Plus hard drives

Seagate Technology announced that its line of Backup Plus external hard drives will come with 200GB of OneDrive storage, a feature the company hopes will give the drives an edge.
Smart Home

Tap this glass with your phone to relive your favorite photos

SipSup looks like an average drinking glass, but it has the technology to remind you of your favorite photos and videos. In the SipSup app, you can view your media at a later date and share it with friends.