14 Feb 19

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11 Feb 19
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I heard about the big cyberattack in Germany. Those of you who are old enough to vividly remember the era of the so-called "

10 Feb 19
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The best diaper pails keep odors locked in and are easy to use. Babies go through several diapers a day, so it’s helpful to have a convenient place to dispose of them. If you’d like to keep it simple, you can just use a stainless steel trash bin but that won’t do much in terms of odor control. For […]

09 Feb 19

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07 Feb 19

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06 Feb 19
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EACH household in the UK produces over a tonne of waste each year, so we all need a sturdy bin to help carry the load. Choosing a bin isn’t the most exciting job though, it’s a practical buy – not one most particularly want to break the budget over. Each household produces over a tonne of waste each year It’s not something many want to spend precious time on either. But whether you prefer a handy pedal to flip the bin lid up, or you want a cheap and cheerful number that does its job and nothing extra, there are plenty to choose from. To keep it simple, we’ve done the hunting for you. With seven styles of bin on offer and prices varying from £6 to £179, it should be simple to pick your favourite from our selection below. Most stylish bin This bin is perfect for minimalist stylish kitchens We know we said a bin is all about practicalities, but this is an exception. Crafted in sleek steel with chic mid-century angled legs, it’s sure to bring a stylish dimension to your kitchen. But it’s not all about style: the soft-touch closure and easy-to-clean removable inner make those everyday chores a little bit easier, too. It’s a lot of cash to splash on a bin, but we think it’s worth it. Brabantia Bo Touch Bin, 36L, Platinum, £149 from John Lewis – buy here Most retro bin The only downside of this bin is you have to manually lift the lid, but let’s not get too lazy shall we? The upside is that with such a simple design, there’s no push or pedal mechanism to break, so it’s sure to last. It’s a chic vintage design, especially in cream, but it comes in plenty of colours, so you can make it fit your kitchen’s theme. Reviewers are with us when it comes to style, with people also raving about how the retainer ring doesn’t rip the bag when you remove it. Habitat Alto cream kitchen bin, 32l, now £24.50 – was £35 – from Habitat – buy here The smartest bin This 30l bin will impressively house up to 90l of rubbish We do love when household appliances are smart. This bin’s compactor will crush your waste down so you can fit three times as much rubbish in as a regular bin of the same capacity. That of course means taking out the rubbish less – always a winner. The worry with 90l of rubbish in your house is the smell, but it has an odour filter you can keep replacing, so a stinky bin isn’t an option. You’re going to use less bin liners too, so it’s lighter on the wallet in one way at least. Joseph Joseph Titan Compactor Bin, 30L, £179 from John Lewis – buy here Cheapest bin This bin does its job on a budget This is a no-frills bin. You get what you see, which is an easy swing lid bin that’s made of plastic. Plastic is not great environmentally, but it’s durable as it’s wipe-clean, so it’s likely to last a long time. Its minimalist two-tone grey hues will complement most kitchens, too. Curver Mistral 25L Small Swing Bin, £6 from Argos – buy here Best for recycling This trash container helps you recycle easily and neatly Recycling is non-negotiable – it needs to be done for the sake of the environment and lack of landfill space. This dual compartment bin makes it easy to do, with one side for regular rubbish and the other for recyclables. No more glass jars hanging around the sink, or empty wine bottles lined up near the trash, you can use this dustbin to keep things neat. It’s got a huge capacity, but it’s not ideal if you’re limited on space. VonHaus Recycling Pedal Bin with Double Compartments, 60l, £79.98 from Amazon – buy here Most hygienic bin This stylish metallic bin has a handy foot pedal The first great thing about this bin is its sleek metallic exterior, set off by black details. Because of its foot pedal, it’s much more hygienic than the average bin which opens by hand. Plus, it’s been made to last so the pedal shouldn’t need replacing any time soon, while the inner bucket is easy to remove, so it’ll stay mess-free and be easy to empty, too. Simplehuman Brushed Steel Butterfly Pedal Bin – 10l, £60 from Amara – buy here Best for making a statement Your kitchen is going to look fun and stylish with this bin in place We’re proving ourselves wrong again here – it turns out bin shopping is more exciting than it first appears. This playfully printed bin is one to help brighten up your kitchen. It’s not all looks though, as it boasts an anti-rust finish and the slimline design is ideal for compact kitchens. Elements 40 Litre Slim Printed Bin, £34.99 from Dunelm – buy here [article-rail-topic title=”MORE FROM SUN SELECTS HOME” term_id=”14223″ posts_number=”12″ /] [bc_video video_id=”5988753761001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Bins chaos across Birmingham after workers vote to take industrial action”] This article and any featured products have been independently chosen by The Sun journalists. All recommendations within the article are informed by expert editorial opinion. If you click a link and buy a product we may earn revenue: this helps to support The Sun, and in no way affects our recommendations.  
05 Feb 19
Markets n Trends Analysis adds “Global Cosmetic Mirrors Market Research Report 2019” new report to its research database. The report spread across 98 pages with multiple tables and figures in it. The global Cosmetic Mirrors market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at […]

05 Feb 19
Markets n Trends Analysis adds “Global Best Kitchen Trash Cans Market Research Report 2019” new report to its research database. The report spread across 96 pages with multiple tables and figures in it. The global Best Kitchen Trash Cans market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end […]

04 Feb 19

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03 Feb 19
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02 Feb 19
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Doing your dishes might be a main drag for people who have a very tight schedule. It is therefore important to have the needed gear if you are looking to have the job done in a timely manner. Nothing feels worse and unsanitary than having to make use of a scrubber which has been lying […]

31 Jan 19

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31 Jan 19
A dying baby piglet makes a unique sound. Spend enough time around pigs and you can distinguish squeals they make when they’re being crushed, SwineTech CEO Matthew Rooda told VentureBeat in a phone interview. Approximately 6 million piglets are killed every year when the mother sow rolls onto them, so preventing such incidents could save pork farms billions every year, according to National Pork Board data gathered from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. “I grew up in the industry before going to college, and … we figured: If we can hear with our own ears, there’s no way we can’t produce a technology that can do the same thing,” Rooda said. “We went and collected a lot of data from the environment and captured the sounds of piglets getting crushed, brought that in and tagged that data, and were able to develop an algorithm around that through through machine learning.” Once a microphone detects that distinctive sound, a chiropractic impulse and vibration is used to stand up a sow pig. The power behind SwineTech’s solution to save piglets is durable IP67 waterproof microphones from Vesper, a company that demonstrates the robustness of its microphones by dipping them into beer and boiling oil, bringing them on whale watching trips, leaving them in dust storms, and other fun tests you can see on the company’s YouTube page. Backed by Bose Ventures, Baidu, and Amazon’s Alexa Fund in a $23 million funding round last year, Vesper makes microphones for home appliances like smart speakers and TV remotes as well as extreme environments. It sees applications for its microphones virtually everywhere. “I think what will happen in the next wave as you have things like an Echo Dot or Google Home Mini that were plugged in, or you have something like a TV remote that you had to press a button on to activate the voice assistant, and I think what you’re going to have is these kind of small, battery-powered voice nodes throughout your house,” Vesper CEO Matt Crowley told VentureBeat in a phone interview. Earlier this month at CES, Simplehuman introduced a garbage can that uses a Vesper microphone to respond to simple voice commands; its battery power is expected to last one year. Vesper works with hardware manufacturers to power things like TV remotes and smart speakers, but also sees opportunities where AI and durable microphones can change multiple industries. Later this year, Vesper will debut a microphone that can withstand sound as high as 150 decibels that can be used in places like jet engines or heavy machinery in factories. “All the devices made in the future are going to have some level of sensing ability and intelligence,” he said. Listening to save lives More companies are using durable microphones to improve their products. The 2020 Porsche 911 will include microphones to hear the sound of water splashing in the wheel well to tell a driver to turn on wet weather mode for a safer drive. Jabra Elite 85h headphones due out later this year will use artificial intelligence and microphones to detect noise levels to increase noise canceling during your commute, then turn it down when you’re talking to someone when you get home. Crowley believes microphones trained to listen for specific sounds could reshape a number of industries. “Insurance is going to be massively impacted,” Crowley said, convinced that sensors will move it from a mindset of recovery from loss to prevention of loss. “The entire business model is shifting from one of ‘use statistical data and trying to price things so that you can recover from that event’ to ‘use sensors to get real data about what’s going on in your insured asset,'” he said. Ambient listening with microphones that require little power can be used to detect termites or water in basements, or to differentiate between the sound of hail and a hammer on the roof of a home. For example, a device from LifeDoor that listens for the sound of smoke alarms made its debut at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) earlier this month that automatically closes doors inside a house in an attempt to reduce the spread of smoke or fire, reduce property loss, and better protect human lives. Ambient listening devices in home appliances could also factor into elder care or home security systems. Alexa Guard, which made its debut last fall, will alert a homeowner if an Echo speaker detects the sound of an alarm or breaking glass. What about privacy? The prospect of microphones everywhere is a total nightmare to privacy advocates. Especially after things like the FaceTime bug and still-unexplained sharing of recordings of Alexa users, the prospect of devices that are constantly listening in the home might be too much for some consumers. Crowley said Vesper has seen an increase in products that deploy AI without the need to share data or be connected to the internet. “Our chip partners are more moving into chips that have a lot more robust ability to do local voice processing and even some level of conversational processing,” Crowley said. “We’re agnostic as to how the system is architected but I will say, I think there will increasingly be a push to do more of the processing locally, you know, in device,” he said. “Certainly privacy is the place where the edge has the edge.”
31 Jan 19
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31 Jan 19
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31 Jan 19
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30 Jan 19
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Ahhh…that mysterious pantry door. I don’t know if you are like me (probably not) but it’s a genuine amount of anticipation and potential joy vs. horror for me to grab that pantry door handle in anyone’s home. Does this person have a big pantry–you know, the ones in magazines that you walk into and there’s […]