“LARK™ is all you need to sleep better. It’s like a magic pill without the pill. Designed with the world’s top sleep experts, the LARK sleep system includes a wearable silent alarm clock and mobile app that coaches you to sleep better.”
“iZON is an app-based wireless network video camera. It letss you see what’s happening in any room, from anywhere in the world with your iPod, iPhone or iPad and can watch and listen for you, alert you when there is motion or noise and even record to a free, private YouTube account — automatically!”
Little Printer is the first BERG Cloud product. It lives in your home, bringing you news, puzzles and gossip from friends. Use your smartphone to set up subscriptions and Little Printer will gather them together to create a timely, beautiful mini-newspaper.
“EnergyHub helps you to see how much energy you’re using so that you can take steps to use less of it. The EnergyHub system is a suite of Web and mobile apps that connect with the Home Base and other devices in the home so that you can take control of your energy use. A Wireless Thermostat connected to the EnergyHub will allow you to easily program it on a schedule so that you can start saving energy. Appliances are set to three modes that are consistent with how you live: “At Home,” “Away,” and “Goodnight.””
“Launched in 2002 with a price tag of $17,000, LG’s internet-connected fridge was widely considered a gimmick that failed to sell but both LG and Samsung are coming back into the internet refrigerator market”
I love the internet fridge as a concept. Mainly because it seems to travel through time picking up more hilarious wrongness every time it appears. I hate the internet fridge because alongside Skynet it’s one of the only reference points people have when you start talking about connected objects that aren’t computers or phones.