A Wi-Fi Kettle That Messages Instead of Whistling When It Boils

The iKettle might have a terribly cliched name, but it makes up for that unoriginality with loads of novel functionality that might just be enough to justify its $160 price tag. Maybe. After all, how many kettles do you know that politely ask if you'd like a piping hot cup of tea when you get home at night? »10/08/13 2:50pm10/08/13 2:50pm