The world's most intelligent oven is here, and it's ready to change the way you put together your next meal. The June Intelligent Oven makes cooking easier, and way more precise, thanks to its two internal temperature probes and a high-def video camera with a fisheye lens. It's small enough to fit on your countertop, but large enough to bake a 12" pizza or roast a whole chicken. June can detect the type of food, and its weight, and cooks things faster, using less energy. And the simple, clean design — complete with a sleek 5 inch touchscreen and 21-inch window — looks great in any kitchen. Of course, it's connected to Wi-Fi and controlled using your IPhone or IPad and just happens to be built by the same team that helped bring the iPhone, Apple Watch, GoPro, and FitBit to market.
It's a huge waste of energy to heat more water than your need for your coffee or tea. Unfortunately, most kettles weren't designed for single servings. The Miito Induction Kettle is. As the title suggests, it uses induction technology to heat only the water you need by letting you place the heating rod in your vessel of choice, then place the whole thing on the base and let it boil. It also lets you heat other liquids like soup and sauce, making it a useful addition to any kitchen.