Tweeting Kettle Notifies When Hot
The ubiquitous nature of people, places and things capable of tweeting these days can be a bit overwhelming. A toilet, a toaster? Try a tea kettle.
The ubiquitous nature of people, places and things capable of tweeting these days can be a bit overwhelming. A toilet, a toaster? Even a shark can SMS nearby swimmers these days.
But regardless, the assortment of opportunities to improve timely tasks and transactions has increased with these smart inventions, as we move into an age where tools and products are beginning to think for themselves.
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