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The new $1,000 Roomba has ruined all other robot vacuums for me — it cleans out its own dustbin so I pretty much never have to think about it
The Roomba i7+ empties its own dustbin, making it the best robot vacuum that I have ever used in my house.
The vacuum, called Whiz, is primarily aimed at offices. It uses LIDAR sensors, the same technology used in self-driving cars.
There are many interesting and wildly bizarre items that now work with Amazon's voice assistant: a twerking stuffed bear, jewelry, and a smart toilet.
Best Buy is running a $50 discount on a popular Roomba robot vacuum right now, bringing its price down to $280
iRobot's Roomba is one of the most well known robot vacuum brands on the market. For a limited time, the Roomba 675 is discounted by $50 at Best Buy.
Crocs and GoPro are among firms ‘aggressively’ fleeing China to make their products elsewhere to avoid Trump’s tariffs
Imports from China fell by 12% in the year ending in May, the biggest decline since the financial crisis.
A woman called the police in Oregon, believing that a burglar was trapped inside the bathroom in her home. It turned out to be a vacuum.
iRobot’s $900 Roomba seems like a ridiculous cost, but I’ve tried my fair share of robot vacuums and it’s one of the best
The Roomba 980 is one of iRobot’s top models with an excellent app that connects via Wi-Fi, cliff detection so it doesn’t fall down stairs, and increased suction for carpeted areas.
I went to the biggest tech show in the world after not going for the past 7 years — and I was surprised by how little had changed
The last time I went to CES was in 2012. In 2019, the Consumer Electronics Show has hardly changed.
The new Roomba costs almost $1,000, works with Amazon’s Alexa, and can empty its own dust bin up to 30 times so you only need to clean it once a...
iRobot's new home-cleaning robot comes with a self-cleaning base and dust bin that automatically empties the Roomba, preparing it for the next cleaning session. It also can automatically map and section off your home.
Jeff Bezos just posted a picture on Instagram showing a Frankenstein’s monster-like combination of a Roomba and an Amazon Echo
In the post, Bezos said his kids made the creation. However, it wouldn't technically work because the Amazon Echo Plus requires a power cord to be turned on.