th the WiFi connected iKettle($160), you can press a button on your smartphone and fire up a pot of boiling water across the house without setting one foot on the ground. But who helped me fill the iKettle with water? Setup is simple, and there’s an auto-shutoff protection in case you end up sleeping too long.
Athletes Among US by photography Jordan Matter. There’s a football player tackling his lady friend, a strong man carrying his grocery cart above his head like it aint no thang, a swordsman giving himself a shave, a ribbon dancer reading a book by the river, and more.
Sonos announces its compact wireless speaker, the PLAY:1($200). It features a 3.5” mid-woofer and tweeter, each with a dedicated amplifier deliver "rich, powerful sound HiFi music." . The Sonos Controller app lets you access any music anywhere. Compatible with Android, iPad, iPhone, Mac and PC devices.
Halloween is around the corner, and it's time to get something special for the exciting festival. Prepare a big, hollowed-out pumpkin and turn it into a drink dispenser instead with KegWorks' Pumpkin Tap Kit for $30. The set includes a 3″ cylindrical shank and tap faucet, both made of sturdy chrome-plated brass, and comes packed with easy to follow instructions to rig one up. Plus, its use is absolutely not restricted to halloween since it’s also compatible with watermelons.
Jackpen is a miniature ballpoint pen designed to fit neatly inside the headphone socket of your mobile. Enraged after being unable to find a pen for the umpteenth time, the Oxfordshire-based inventor Andrew Jewson came up with the novel idea of shrinking a ballpoint pen to the size of a headphone jack. The pen, which can be bought from Fenwicks or from service station branches of WH Smith, costs £3.99 for a pack of three. When needed it can be pulled out and reinserted the opposite way (non-writing end) into the socket, nib ready – instantly turning your mobile phone into a pen...