>> You’re going to get left behind.
>> You know the Internet of things is coming.
>> All your appliances, your tools,
your vehicles they’re going to be talking to each other.
>> Oh yeah.
>> Your washing machine will tell you if you’re out of detergent.
>> Your can opener it’s going to be talking to your light bulbs.
>> [LAUGH] >> Yeah but
why would I want my can opener attached to my light bulbs.
>> Because it could save lives, Sara.
>> Anyway, if you want to see the future of the future,
check out this new smart fridge that I just bought for the office.
>> Look at this baby.
>> It looks like a regular fridge.
>> It does, doesn’t it?
>> But, it has an advanced sensor, it has an 8-bit microcontroller and
it has low connectivity to the wi-fi.
>> I’m telling you, this thing’s amazing.
>> I can tweet from it.
>> Also, it’ll turn blue when it’s about to rain.
>> And it’s a baby monitor.
>> It let’s you know if you left a baby in there.
>> Guys, why is my beverage warm?
>> Well, doesn’t actually keep anything cool.
>> I got too many apps running on it.
>> But that’s why I bought this smart fan.
>> What’s a smart fan?
>> It’s a fan that talk to your toothpaste tube, and your kitty litter.
>> But I don’t understand.
>> Well, okay.
[SOUND] So, you have, like a two.
>> Oh wait, hold on, sorry.
>> This smart fridge is calling me.
>> No. How would I know that you have a yogurt preference?
>> I didn’t authorize you to order three cases of yogurt.
>> You’re right. I’m sorry.
>> I shouldn’t have yelled at you.
>> It’s just that sometimes when you order things without me I feel
like you don’t need me.
[LAUGH] No you are.
[LAUGH] I know, I had so much fun too.
>> I want you to meet my parents.
>> Yeah, I’m ready for that.
>> And one day I want meet your factory.
[LAUGH] You are so funny.
[LAUGH] The funniest fridge.
>> No. No you are.
[LAUGH] I can’t do this right now.
>> I’m with people.
>> I can’t really go there right now.
>> I’m in front of some co-workers.
>> Yeah. I love you too.
>> It’s really nice to see that.
>> That’s really nice Charles has got something like that.
>> Steve are you all right?
>> Yeah, I’m fine.
>> It’s taking me back to my college days.
>> I fell in love with a toaster.
>> I found that toaster in bed with a Sega Genesis.
>> I walked in and
the game cartridges was four inches deep inside the toaster.
>> I could smell the plastic melting.
>> It was like, smells like plastic sex in here.
>> Steve, come here.
>> I’m so sorry.