iPotty – a $40 toilet training device with an adjustable stand to attach an iPad.
Parents who have potty-trained children can attest that typical kids are not easy to keep on the potty very long. With iPotty the distraction and enjoyment coming from toddler apps (such as Potty Time with Elmo) may inspire little ones to stay on the potty longer.
Google debuted its operating systems capabilities in rice cookers, refrigerators, stoves, washing machines and dryers. Imagine a washing machine that sends you a message through your TV to indicate the laundry is done. Think about a refrigerator that can keep track of groceries, find coupons or recipes, and preheat the oven. Envision a rice cooker that can sense the type of rice and download the most appropriate cooking times. This is the next generation of appliances.
Be it a pullover that holds your iPad for use, a trench coat that can conceal carry an iPad, 2 iPhones, a bottle of water, headphones, a camera, keys and ID or a T-shirt that flashes tweets and photos from your smartphone, or a solar bikini that charges anything with a USB, would you want to wear your technology?
Do we really need advancements in technology such as these? Are we getting lazy or actually enhancing our lifestyle? Weigh in below.
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