For most of my early working life, I was a short-order cook.
The biggest technical advancement in my era was the addition of a microwave oven, one of those big units with a label warning people with pacemakers to keep their distance.
If you haven’t already discovered it, eggs will explode inside a microwave. There are a few ways to make this not happen, but none that made cooking an egg faster or better than on a grill or in a pot of boiling water.
Nevertheless, gadget-makers continue to try to improve egg cooking. As this article from The Guardian shows, they’ve yet to make much progress. The device produces “…without warning, a flaccid, spongy log half jumps from the machine, writhing like an alien parasite in search of a host body.”
The article links to Amazon UK. American readers can find a similar product on Amazon in the good, old US of A.