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Weird ‘smart’ gadgets that shouldn’t be connected to the internet

Weird 'smart' gadgets that shouldn't be connected to the internet  #iot MT @evankirstel

  • The smart egg holder connects to a smartphone app to make sure you never again forget how many eggs you have.
  • The connected water bottle from flask-maker Thermos works along side an smartphone app that tells you when you need to drink water.
  • The thing that pregnancy tests have been lacking for the past few decades is their ability to connect to a smartphone and offer personal advice on what to do if you happen to be pregnant – obviously.
  • Weird ‘smart’ gadgets that shouldn’t be connected to the internet
  • Users can set themselves daily “hydration goals” and the water bottle will make sure they stick to them.

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@TamaraMcCleary: “Weird ‘smart’ gadgets that shouldn’t be connected to the internet #iot MT @evankirstel”


From smart umbrellas to connected trousers, the internet of things is the buzz-tech of 2016. Here’s a round-up of some of the weirdest items you can buy that connect to the internet and smartphones. 


Weird ‘smart’ gadgets that shouldn’t be connected to the internet

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