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Say Goodbye To Washing Dishes With An Edible Spoon Maker

Head to any housewares store and you’ll find aisles full of machines designed to easily bake up everything from cupcakes to cake pops. But none can compare to the life-changing potential of a machine that can quickly and easily bake up edible spoons.


GE's New $US10,000 App-Powered Pizza Oven Is My Dream

Imagine a world where pizza didn’t come from the pizza store. Imagine if you could pop down into your spacious kitchen, toss some toppings on dough and throw it all into your very own internet-connected pizza oven. This future is finally possible — but it’s expensive.


Hands Too Filthy? You Can Open LG's New Fridge With A Foot Tap

LG has added a see-through door to its new Signature line of fridges that lights up when tapped, so you can check its contents without letting out the cold. And to save you the strain of actually physically opening the door when you see something you want, a simple foot tap now does that for you.


Whirlpool's New Washer And Dryer Automatically Restocks Detergents Using Amazon Dash

The only thing worse than running out of clean clothes is realising you’re also out of detergent when it comes time to clean them. So Whirlpool is introducing a new washing machine and dryer with Amazon Dash’s replacement service built right in ensuring there is always enough soap or fabric softener on hand.


Snap A Photo In Your Home To Tell LG's New Robovac Where To Clean

Robovacs make at least one household chore a little easier, but with limited intelligence you can’t just tell them what rooms need cleaning. So LG’s HOM-BOT Turbo+ introduces a new feature which allows users snap a photo of their home and simply tap where the robovac needs to make another pass.


The Wait For A Remote Control R2-D2 Hi-Def Projector Refrigerator Is Almost Over

Ever since Star Wars first hit theatres back in 1977, fans have been asking themselves: “when are we going to get a remote control R2-D2 mini fridge with a built-in hi-def video projector?” The answer to that question, it turns out, is at the Consumer Electronics Show next month in Vegas.


Only Die-Hard Star Wars Fans Will Buy A Vader Fridge That Holds A Single Can

Lucasfilm and Disney have approved the ultimate loyalty test for Star Wars fans. Aqua, better known for its obscenely over-priced R2-D2 mini fridge, now also has a Vader fridge that’s a perfect life-size replica of Darth’s helmet. That’s the good news. The bad news? It can only chill a single can.


That Remote Control R2-D2 Mini Fridge Is Going To Cost You Over $11,500

Did you hear that? That’s the sound of thousands of disappointed Star Wars fans who just realised that a life-size remote control R2-D2 refrigerator that can deliver them drinks will never be theirs. Unless they can find a way to justify spending $11,500+ on a tiny fridge that can only chill six cans.


This R2-D2 Is Either Really Angry Or An Adorable Humidifier

If he can repair an intergalactic spaceship while it’s blasting through the cosmos, it only makes sense that turning water into steam would be child’s play for the world’s most multi-talented astromech droid. Although, if cartoons have taught us anything, steam blasting out of his head means that R2-D2 could also be absolutely furious at something; probably C-3PO again.


This Guy Turned His Dorm Room Fridge Into An Oversized Playable Game Boy

You can buy stick-on decals that will make your fridge look like a giant Game Boy, or you can do what Daniel d’Entremont did and actually turn your fridge into a giant playable Game Boy using a Raspberry Pi 2.


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