Strange but true: An Android-powered microwave at CES

Summary:The Consumer Electronics Show features lots of flashy concept products, plenty of boring-but-useful products, and few really strange ones. One of the strangest at CES 2010 was the Google Android-powered microwave oven.

The Consumer Electronics Show features lots of flashy concept products, plenty of boring-but-useful products, and few really strange ones. One of the strangest at CES 2010 was the Google Android-powered microwave oven (see photo below).

I discussed this and some other interesting products with Randall Bennett and Stuart Miles on a special episode of TechVi filmed on the CES show floor. Stuart also has a blog post and some more photos of the microwave.

Photo credit: Stuart Miles, pocket-lint.com

Topics: Networking

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