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Founded in 1998, Coupons.com could easily have gone the way of the newspaper. Instead the $1 billion company keeps coupons relevant as ever with social technology.
North American seller of Brita water filters responds to a grassroots online campaign to get the company to implement a system for recycling used carbon-filled plastic cartridges.
Clorox's MyStain iPhone app may be a marketing ploy, but at least it's a useful one.
Apple has provided some tips for disinfecting your Apple devices and a list of things you should definitely not do.
Mint is a robot mop/duster for hard floors that can detect walls and fit into tight corners. It's a cheaper, smaller alternative to Scooba, but offers a lighter scrub.
Some tips and recommendations for cleaning grime off of your computer.
The search company says that Jim Safka decided to leave after the recent death of his brother.
Google's CEO envisions 50 percent cut in emissions through renewable energy sources and plug-in hybrid cars.
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