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Neurio is designed to cut energy consumption by monitoring home appliances

A new product called Neurio has been designed to help people better control their domestic energy usage by monitoring home appliances. The product also allows users to be reminded of domestic tasks involving appliances. In cases of smart appliances, Neurio can detect behavior patterns and program appliances to meet specific requirements.  Read More

Monsieur uses an intuitive touchscreen

Want to serve cocktails at your next party, but don’t know beans about mixology? The Monsieur company of Atlanta, Georgia thinks it has the answer with the home version of its Monsieur machine. It’s a robotic bartender tailored to your individual lifestyle that the company sees as a way of enhancing social drinking without having to constantly refer to a book or acting as bartender all night at a party. We caught up with co-founder and CEO of Monsieur, Barry Givens, to discuss the machine-made cocktail.  Read More

PicoBrew aims to automate home beer brewing, with the Zygomatic

What does making bread and brewing espresso have in common? Not long ago, both were involved, messy jobs best left to the experts that can now be done at home by anyone who can pour ingredients and press a button. PicoBrew LLC of Seattle wants to do the same with beer, with the PicoBrew Zymatic – a countertop brewery that is claimed by the developers to be as automatic as a breadmaker.  Read More

Nest Labs' new Protect smoke and carbon monoxide alarm brings an Apple-like penchant for c...

Say you're a former Apple engineer and VP. Now say you leave the company, but you just can't shake your hankerin' to take clunky products, simplify them, and make them consumer-friendly. What do you do? Well, if you're Tony Fadell, then you found your own company that gives boring and complicated home sensors an Apple-like makeover. After finding success with its Nest thermostat, Fadell's Nest Labs is now expanding into the realm of smoke alarms.  Read More

GE looks forward to the home of 2025

Appliance makers have been putting together "Homes of Tomorrow" ever since they realized that electricity was more than a passing fad. Over the decades, Frigidaire, Westinghouse, General Electric and many others have pulled out the crystal ball to gaze into our domestic future. Now GE is jumping forward to the year 2025 to show us what home life will be like in the middle of the next decade.  Read More

The Float Table is made of wooden cubes with magnets inside

Coffee and end tables are often very utilitarian pieces of furniture. However, RockPaperRobot has combined some interesting design with a good bit of physics to turn the humble table into something far more unique, in the form of the Float Table.  Read More

To use Brewbot, you put in ingredients from the local brew shop, and then input the desire...

Brewing beer in small batches can be difficult, time consuming, and very daunting for the neophyte. To make things a bit easier, and let homebrewers have a life away from watching the temperature of the malt tun, the Brewbot system aims to automate much of the brewing process. The result is a smartphone-controllable machine that brews 20 l (5.2 gal) of beer in each batch.  Read More

Once a firearm is secured safely inside, the Gun Box unlocks with an RFID-equipped bracele...

We've been impressed with the new fingerprint-locking feature on the iPhone 5s lately, but there are many other items aside from your smartphone data that could use the extra security as well. Ryan Hyde recently designed a heavy-duty gun safe that ditches the usual key and combination locks in favor of a more protective electronic one. Once a firearm is secured safely inside, gun owners can unlock the Gun Box with an RFID-equipped bracelet (or ring), via a fingerprint scan, or a combination of the two.  Read More

Part lounger, part work of art, the Bodice Rocker from Splinter Works boasts an eye-catchi...

The Bodice Rocker is part lounger, part work of art. When in a horizontal position, it's an ergonomic luxury chair, but it's when the person sitting down stands up and walks away that the magic happens.  Read More

Stanislav Sabo must be a tea lover as he's created a portable electric kettle concept whic...

A foldable kettle might not be what you would call a life changing gadget but it could however be a great travel companion for tea lovers. Independent industrial designer, Stanislav Sabo must be one of those tea lovers as he's created a portable electric kettle concept which in his words is small enough to "put in the back pocket of your trousers". Dubbed Novel, the foldable kettle is made from a unique heatproof plastic which is lined with 100 percent silicone.  Read More

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