Chuck wants to know if there's a smoke detector that can alert you remotely if there's a fire. Leo says that SimpliSafe (a sponsor of the TWiT network) has a system that will alert you wirelessly of fire, but also carbon monoxide, broken glass, everything. But you need to get the base station. Fire Alert uses something called Wireless Interconnected to alert you as well. It's basically smoke alarms to talk to each other, and when one alarm goes off, they all do.
This week's gadget is MAX, a low cost safety and security alarm which changes tones in case someone can't hear the higher toned alarm. It has a built in motion detector that can sound an alarm and set off a bright light when it detects movement. You can use it as a nightlight that goes on when you get out of bed as well (with no alarm, of course.)