Moshi Alarm Clock Will Only Shut Off If You Ask It Nicely

The Moshi IVR clock is one of those rare, heartwarming products that serves two marginalized demographics: the blind and the chronically rude. For blind folks the benefit is obvious, as all of the clock's major functions are controlled with simple verbal commands. This includes alarm deactivation, but not necessarily… » 11/12/08 5:23am 11/12/08 5:23am

Star Trek Voice Activated Light Dimmer: Pretend You're Talking To…

Just one day after a voice activated answering machine comes a voice activated light dimmer, complete with wholly unnecessary Star Trek (no, not that smartphone from HTC, silly goose) branding. It plugs into any power outlet then responds to Star Trek-themed commands like, "Computer, Off." Magic! It even has the voice… » 2/22/07 7:46am 2/22/07 7:46am

Voice Activated Answering Machine: Americans Only

Imagine... an answering machine that responds to the sound of your voice. Impossible, you say? Hardly. Able to store 60 messages in its built-in memory, this answering machine can be trained to respond to multiple voices, so the whole family can enjoy listening to messages. (We call that "quality time," 'round here.)… » 2/21/07 11:05am 2/21/07 11:05am

Voice Activated Safe—Good for Hermits

Never leave your home, live by yourself and have zero friends? This safe is great for you! This voice activated safe requires no keys, combinations or numbers to remember. Just say the password phrase and the safe will magically open. If you don't fall into the hermit category, then this safe may not work so well. How… » 2/20/07 3:45pm 2/20/07 3:45pm