Robot vacuums. We’ve all seen them, but very few of us have used them. Yet, as we enter 2021, the idea of owning a robot vacuum is becoming more and more cost permissive for the average consumer. When these Jetson-type contraptions first emerged in the 2000s, the price tag was well over a thousand bucks.
In a world of lockdowns, shutdowns, and quarantines, people are looking for ways to stay entertained. And what better way to pass the time while cleaning the kitchen for the hundredth time than with a little entertainment, including playing games. And though most games require you to compete against other players, many games are designed
In today’s world, it seems everything is getting “smart.” It began with smartphones, smartwatches, smart homes, and even smart cars! So, it should come as no surprise that we now have smart fridges. So, what can a smart fridge do? First, a brief history of the refrigerator The technology of the standard electric refrigerator has
In caveman days, human social life revolved around the campfire. The cave’s fire pit was where food was prepared, where warmth was received, and where light emanated. It truly was the center of existence. Without it, life could not be sustained. With it, life could thrive! Obviously, humans have advanced quite a bit since those
An interesting phenomenon occurred during the coronavirus shutdown: Air quality around the world improved. Of particular note is the air improvements in Asia. During the height of the lockdown, the smog-clogged skies of China became clear, for the first time in a century, Mount Everest was visible from Bihar, India, and satellites showed clear images
The refrigerator is one of the most frequented places in your home, if not the most frequented place in your home, which means it is also the most common stop for germs. Although the refrigerator is an appliance intended to help reduce food-born health risks, the refrigerator often serves a dual purpose as (1) food