From step-by-step instructions for recipes to timers, video streaming and smart home controls, make great kitchen assistants. Most fit neatly on your countertop with a small footprint and portable design, but GE has a bigger vision for your smart kitchen. Specifically, a 27-inch Android tablet built into an over-the-range hood vent that costs $1,200. Continue at Source: This giant Android tablet is GE’s smart kitchen command center
Listen: Shay Mitchell knows travel. The jet-setting actress, known for her starring role in Pretty Little Liars (or more recently, Netflix’s mega-hit series You), is no stranger to globe-trotting, and she has the hashtag and YouTube travel series to prove it (it’s #SHAYCATION, if you’re wondering). Add to that her successful launch of new travel accessories brand Béis, where you’ll find a range of smartly designed bags and other essentials made with function and style in mind (we’re talking items like a travel backpack that unzips generously, just like a suitcase, so you can take it with you overnight, for the weekend, or on the plane). Continue at Source: Shay Mitchell just designed a suitcase that’ll tell you if your luggage is overweight
Beyond Meat represents a look into the future of food, says former Whole Foods CEO Walter Robb.
“At some point, the extraordinary revenue and profit potential embedded in Beyond Meat… will be priced in — we think this day has arrived,” JPMorgan analyst Ken Goldman said. The analyst added that Beyond Meat’s valuation requires assumptions he is not “comfortable” making yet. Continue at Source: Beyond Meat is the future of food: former Whole Foods CEO
Private Luxury Events has announced TFest, the world’s first AI-powered luxury travel festival, that will take place at The Palm, Dubai, in February 2020. The event will bring together influential buyers and sellers in luxury travel in a festival that uses technology to create an experience that is both large-scale and personal. Throughout the three-day […] Continue at Source: PLE launches world’s first AI-powered luxury travel festival
Sex robots are on the horizon. And this might be a problem. Imagine this: A totally realistic robot of your own design that is capable of fully carrying out any sex act that you can dream up. It looks, smells, and sounds incredibly realistic. And your state-sponsored insurance paid for her in full. In effect, she was free—prescribed by your physician to help with your status as officially “sexually dysfunctional.” Recent federal legislation, supported overwhelmingly by a male majority in the House and Senate, has made this kind of medical prescription perfectly legal. Continue at Source: Sex Robots and the End of Civilization
Google Maps is a Swiss Army Knife chock-full of hidden navigation, geospatial search, and customization tools. Here’s how to unlock your map app’s full potential and take advantage of an ever-growing list of new features. See more at Source: 44 Google Maps Tricks You Need To Try
LAS VEGAS – The coming of the machines is inevitable. And this city knows it.
MGM Resorts International this year plans to install at Las Vegas resorts an unknown number of automated beverage systems programmed to mix hundreds of different drinks – all at the touch of a button. See more at Source: ‘It was bound to happen’: Machines are coming to the Vegas Strip — and they may take jobs
The race to make point-to-point space travel a viable transportation method is heating up as companies like Blue Origin and SpaceX continue to move toward developing passenger rockets. A plane ride from New York City to Shanghai is about 15 hours – and it could be as long as 29 hours with connecting flights. But with point-to-point travel, SpaceX says it could get you there in less than an hour. But how realistic is this approach to long-haul travel? See more at Source: SpaceX wants to go New York to Shanghai in 40 minutes
“It’s not in 10 years’ time, it’s at the end of next year that it will be commercialized,” Rosberg tells CNN’s Supercharged. “In places like Dubai, Singapore and Germany.“It’s just phenomenal because this is going to revolutionize the way we move and it’s going to decongest cities as well because we can quite easily use the airspace much more.” Read more at Source: Volocopter: The world’s first flying taxi, coming to the sky near you soon
Roughly 70 percent of travelers have unknowingly engaged in risky behaviors that expose them to cyber attacks, according to a new IBM survey. Example A: While most of us wouldn’t think twice about charging our phones at a public USB station, tech experts caution against it. Cybercriminals can secretly install malware or tamper with USB connections in hotel rooms or airport lounges to download data from a phone. To protect your device, it’s best to pack a back-up battery or use a traditional wall outlet, instead. See more at Source: 13 Ways Hackers Get You When You Travel