It's much, much cheaper. Two years ago, June unveiled its first smart oven, complete with a 2.3-GHz quad-core NVIDIA processor, lots of sensors and a dose of artificial intelligence. In my review, I was
I have an embarrassing confession: The vast majority of the time, I sign off my emails with "Thanks!" It doesn't matter if I have anything to show appreciation for or not--it tends to be my default signature.
No more rumors. Legendary Pokémon are officially coming to Pokémon GO this very weekend, first starting at Pokémon GO Fest in Chicago, and if the players there defeat them (hint: they will), they’ll be
[Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt, Yasmin Fahr] While we've already gone over how well-suited chicken is to making one-pot dinners, there's no reason for meat-eaters to have all the fun. I don't cook a
A fully functioning kitchen for less than $120? Yeah, we (almost) don't believe it either. IKEA is home to some pretty magical household items and inventions. (Have you seen this three-in-one cake pan?)
A prefab house in the Pacific Northwest belies the stereotype that accessible design compromises on aesthetics. When Judi and David Cornis, who is a wheelchair user, enlisted the Seattle-based prefab FabCab
Last week, I wrote an article that managed to get over five million page views thanks to eager Pokémon GO fans looking for tips as they started the game. I know enough about Hollywood to understand when
We've heard tell of connected kitchens since the days of the 1969 Honeywell Kitchen Computer, but unfortunately we're not quite living in the age of the Jetsons just yet. Still, recent smart home innovations
IQbuds can tune into conversations. Or -- even better -- drown them out. At what point does something officially become a trend? For truly wireless earbuds, I'm calling it now. Nuheara is the latest company
You no longer need a big oven to get fast, super-precise cooking. Induction cooking is great for budding chefs: it rarely needs preheating, it's energy-efficient and it's safer than conventional burners.
When Android Wear and Apple Watch launched, each device touted the ability to bring the functionality of a phone to your wrist. This has been executed with varying degrees of success. While I am able check