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Small appliance manufacturers have eagerly added connected technology to their products, from kitchen scales to multicookers, to help make you a better cook. But are these appliances ready to call your kitchen home?
March 24, 2016
Smart home and appliances
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Will these smart small appliances make cooking easier? Small appliances are leading the way when it comes to using smarts to help make you a better cook. But there are some problems these products need to solve before they can become must-haves in the kitchen. READ MORE »
Andrew Gebhart Associate Editor / Louisville, KY
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