Archive for January, 2013

CES 2013 features smart fork, Android oven and much more

A smart fork, electronic paper and an Android oven are just some of the weird and wonderful new innovations unveiled at CES 2013 in Las Vegas before the official start of the conference.

Smart fork

The Consumer Electronics Show seems to get bigger and bigger every year, with the world’s tech geeks and experts coming together in Sin City to flex their brain muscles and show the world what the future holds.

For us onlookers, CES 2013 is a chance to see the weird and wacky technologies that could become part of our everyday lives in the coming years, raising an eyebrow or two along the way. We thought it would be fun to pick some of the stand-out CES 2013 show-stoppers for you to marvel at in our list below.

Smart Fork
Perhaps coming in handy at this time of year when we’re all trying to shed some pounds after an over-indulgent December, ‘smart cutlery’ is designed to assist you in making healthier eating choices and changing your habits when it comes to food by pulsating when the fork has entered your mouth too frequently in one sitting. The smart forks and smart spoons are expected to retail at around $99 when they’re released in April.

Android Oven
With attentions increasingly turning to lending us a helpful hand in the kitchen, the world’s first Android powered oven works with your smartphone and even suggests recipes to you.

Electronic Paper
The PaperTab, a new PC makes use of a bendy, flexible plastic material with the aim of emulating the behaviour and feel of paper.

Have you seen any other interesting revelations in the coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2013)? Let us know in the comments below.

Vote for Darwin to win Britain’s Best Office Dog

We believe there is no better dog than Darwin to have around in the office, so we’ve decided to enter him in the Britain’s Best Office Dog competition.

Darwin

We know you love to look at cute pictures of our pooch as much as we do, so would really appreciate it if you could take the time to vote for Darwin.

Voting takes place via Facebook and Twitter, so it only takes a couple of clicks.

How to Vote
1 – Visit this link http://www.redrocketmedia.co.uk/britains-best-office-dog-entries/
2 – Find Darwin just over halfway down the page (the same picture as the above)
3 – Click the Facebook and/or Twitter button underneath his adorable face and follow the instructions

If he wins, he will get some vouchers to spend on doggy treats at Muddy Paws.

Thanks in advance for your vote, and we’ll keep you posted on the results.