A domestic robot arm moves a plate to the table of a futuristic kitchen in this illustration

What's new in the kitchen technology sphere? A lot, turns out. Thanks to AI, connected appliances and robotics, your kitchen could get pretty high-tech in the coming years. Here's what cooking might be like in the year 2030.

Six different models of Sony Bravia XR TVs are displayed against a white background

Sony dropped a lineup of brand-new, next-gen Bravia XR TVs the tech company says are designed to be “tuned to you.” All of them are powered by the Cognitive Processor XR, which uses AI technology to adapt your viewing experience. Here’s everything you need to know about Sony’s just-announced line of Bravia XR TVs for 2022.

A Samsung Bespoke French Door refrigerator with multiple colored panels sits in a modern kitchen

No longer must you choose between white, black or stainless steel. The all-new-for-2022 Samsung Bespoke French Door refrigerator takes the most fashionable fridge style American kitchens today and allows buyers to make it their very own by choosing from among potentially thousands of color and finish combinations to match your individual preferences.

A woman knocks on the glass of a stainless steel refrigerator that has a special window allowing the user to see what is inside the fridge without opening it

The annual CES convention in Las Vegas isn’t all about vaporware and flying cars. In addition to blue-sky technologies, there are also green-future ones aimed at providing real-world solutions to real-world issues — like, say, the environment. To that eco-friendly end, South Korea-based home-appliance manufacturer LG highlighted energy-saving innovations and emissions-reducing initiatives CES 2022.


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