Consumers are about to get fresh cooking tips from, of all places, their refrigerator. South Korea's LG Electronics recently introduced a smart fridge that “suggests” healthy recipes based on the food that's inside. The appliance also detects when items go bad, and can relay a shopping list to the user's smartphone. With a price tag of $3,300, the new refrigerator is the latest addition to a growing line of tech-heavy appliances designed to make modern living easier. According to market ...

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