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New York Times, 1/27/11
You’ve heard of iMac, iPod, iTunes, iPhone and iPad. It’s time to meet iGrill.
That’s right, iGrill. This cooking thermometer will let the host of a barbecue socialize with guests without having to worry about what’s sizzling on the grill. When the meat is ready, the iGrill will beep the host’s iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch via a Bluetooth connection. The iGrill may be the perfect cure for distracted cooking. Or as the marketing pamphlet from iDevice, the marker of the iGrill, says, it is “redefining how we socialize.” I have to think that was said tongue-in-cheek.