A so-called "smart fork," this connected eating utensil – designed by the French, natch – hopes to curb America's obsession with overeating. Built to vibrate if you're wolfing down lunch too quickly (high-tech spoons also available!), the sensor-equipped gadget actually tracks how fast it's raised to your lips, then provides tangible prodding to stop porking out. Programmable by individual pace, data can even be transferred and tracked online, hopefully training you to stop doing your best DustBuster impression.
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