The last thing one expect to see in China is capitalist decadence like, say, a golden toilet embellished with 40,815 diamonds on the toilet seat that is reportedly worth “over $1.2 million.”
If you have a backyard and consume cooked food at home, you are in a favorable position to do some good to the environment with the new-generation HomeBiogas. HomeBiogas is an anaerobic bio-digester that treats organic waste sustainably in any backyard.
IMILAB, a Xiaomi ecological chain enterprise, is taking on the world stage with its IMILAB EC2 Cordless AI Security Camera. At one point, companies are banking on our insecurities and charging us, monthly subscription fees on home security monitoring.
If you already make your home’s main door connected, why should let the garage door remain unconnected? Making garage door connected is what the Nexx Smart WiFi Garage Door Controller does.
Anker’s smart home appliances and security brand eufy has announced a follow to its eufyCam, simply called eufyCam 2. This next-gen eufyCam should get Apple users pretty pumped because, it features integration with Apple HomeKit that lets it detects and records live video in the Home app and stores the footage in iCloud.
The new Security Video Doorbell from Anker’s smart home appliances and security brand eufy was announced just this July, but already, Anker is taking $40 off the retail price for this Halloween.
Good news, folks. We just got our hands on the much talked about Star Wars fans’ wet dream, the Millennium Falcon Desk Lamp. First thoughts: the quality is OK. Really nothing to shout about.
We have seen robots that sweep and mop, mow the lawn, clean windows and pools, and if Beetl Robotics have their way, we will be able to add dog poop scooping to the list. Yes. A poop-scooping robot.
Millennium Falcon. It turns out that the drive unit of the hunk of junk that made Kessel Run in 12 parsecs makes for a pretty impressive lighting. But not everyone is is capable of making the LEGO 75192 UCS Star Wars Millennium Falcon “pull the Gs” and putting out some a spectacular light show from […]
Americans spend a whopping 84 percent of their lives on the “daily grind,” including working, sleeping, and taking care of the home. The more time you can save on your everyday tasks and chores, the more free time you have to spend with your family or doing something you love.