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Amateur Gardener? There's an app for that

Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor & App

We've all severely neglected or, worse, killed a few plants. Before you could make the excuse that keeping track of sunlight, water, and the quality of the soil was just too much for your one track mind to handle. Now, with

Data Decadence

Xcom Global Broadband Rentals

Jetsetting is a nightmare for untethered internet junkies -- particularly when papa corporation isn't footing the tab. Sure, most U.S. wireless carriers can keep the data flowing, but at their rates, careless users will lose their shirts faster than a night

Meet your home's path to the future

Kickstarter: Twine

Twine looks like the aftermath of a booze-fueled sleepover in Vegas between a pack of Post-its and a bar of soap. Its inanimate and rather blunt form-factor, though, hides the Twine's ambitious purpose. The device was devised by two MIT

If Apple Got Into HVAC...

Nest Learning Thermostat

If we had to guess what famed Apple hardware and software engineers Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers would do after leading the team responsible for the first 18 generations of the iPod, and the first three generations of the iPhone --

More Space, Same Case

New Apple Time Capsule

After sulking in the corner for the last two years from lack of attention, the Time Capsule ($300-$500) has finally received an update from the loving engineers in Cupertino. Well, sort of. Now the line consists of a 2TB and

Dead Zones Be Damned

Netgear Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender

Wireless internet is no longer a luxury, it’s a necessity. If you’re paying for internet service, then expecting to have full Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home or business shouldn’t be too much to ask. Unfortunately, unless you shelled out some serious

Chumby By Way of Sony

Sony Dash Internet Viewer


Back in January, you might have noticed a flurry of online chatter related to the category-bucking Sony Dash. After reviewing the product's specs and features announced in the device's initial press release, we were slightly disappointed to learn that the