EnergyStar.gov is hard at work again this year with a new list of what they say is the Leading Edge in Energy Efficient Refrigerators of 2015. We receive Appliance Related News through a few simple “saved searches” on Google Alerts. This service sends us an email any time something new shows up in the world of appliances. This Energy Star report was in our email this morning, so we though we’d share their results. » Read more
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Lookout for this new Samsung washing machine that is connected to your smart phone and computer via wifi. It can tell you when you’re clothes are done and also what wash cycle is currently running. The day has come when your washer can tell you how many minutes are remaining from the next room. » Read more
Dacor has released a new Smart Professional Cooking Range for the professional home cook. The futuristic oven comes with a tablet and many other internet-connected features that are sure to keep all of your attention on the food that you’re cooking.
If you need repair of something similar to this awesome example of melding technology and convenience together and calling it a “Range”, give us a call. We repair Dacor Ovens and Ranges for very affordable, competitive prices in San Diego.
Read more about the new Discovery™ iQ 48″ Dual-Fuel Range from Dacor.
Your next refrigerator could be using magnetic forces to cool your perishables instead of a compressor and harsh ozone depleting chemicals. GE Labs is working on a magnetic refrigerator that would use a series of magnets to cool a water based fluid and in turn, your food and drinks. You can possibly expect to see this new technology in about 10 years.
The new magnetic refrigerator technology, GE says, could be about 20% more efficient than the compression based refrigeration technologies of today. Recyclers of Appliances and Environmental Agencies alike should be thrilled to know that the new technology will be safer for the environment as it uses no ozone depleting chemicals in its design. » Read more
New “Smart” Refrigerators have an always-on internet connection that enables consumers to stream videos, check emails from the kitchen, and keep track of the amount of items inside your refrigerator.
Hackers have now targeted smart devices such as Smart Refrigerators and Smart TVs. Your smart appliance, if compromised by hackers, could be used in activities such as sending Spam Emails and contributing to DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks against websites. » Read more