Demy Kitchen Safe Touchscreen Recipe Reader, will retail for $299. This is something I’ve wanted for quite some time. We have a whole drawer stuff with recipes, and it’d be great to have them available on a device like this.

It syncs with your computer, holds 2500 recipes, has a built-in timer, conversion tool so you can conversion portions for one measurement to another, and even has a list of integredient substitutions. Pretty cool.

<a href=";playlist=videoByUuids:uuids:a517b260-bb6b-48b9-87ac-8e2743a28ec5&#038;showPlaylist=true&#038;from=shared" target="_new" title="Future Vision Montage">Video: Future Vision Montage</a>

(via Engadget)

Amazon’s Kindle 2 was released today, If you pre-ordered it, it’ll show up in the next day or two.

What’s a Kindle, and why would you want one? It’s an electronic book reader, but it’s quite a bit more than that. The device has a built-in cell radio that let’s you download content no matter where you are. The key things about that feature are 1) You don’t have to pay monthly fees, so once you buy it, that’s it; 2) You can download new books, sometimes at a substantial discount from Amazon and have them go straight to your Kindle; 3) You can download more than just books – magazines, blogs and newspapers are also available!

If you’re interested, take a look at the Kindle Video to find out more.

Evernote gets Eye-Fi connectivity. Shoot a picture with a digital camera, and it’ll automatically upload the pictures to Evernote, where it’ll recognize text in the picture and make it searchable. Can’t tell from the video if they have geo-tagging it as well, but this is definitely a nice addition to EverNote.