We’ve seen our share of devices modified to use Twitter, so we’re always on the lookout to see what will happen next. Home appliances are just begging for a Twitter makeover, like this Twittering kettle, or Twettle.
Twettle can connect to your home Wi-Fi and has a small display, so you can enter the network password and Twitter details. Twettle also sports an API (application programming interface), allowing you to tweak it and add functionality if you want to get more out of it. You can set Twettle to actiate via a Twitter Direct Message, or have it boil at a lower temperature. Whatever you want.