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Is Facebook contributing to eating disorders?

Study shows that young women felt bad about their looks after comparing themselves with other women on social media -- or at least a carefully curated version of other women.

By Mar. 6, 2014

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Electrolux Precision Brushroll Clean

This vacuum cleaner is entirely worth its $300 price tag. The search for vacuum perfection is ongoing, but the Electrolux Precision Brushroll Clean gets pretty darn close.

By Oct. 11, 2013

4 stars Editor's rating Oct. 11, 2013
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Eating food off the floor may be OK, scientist says

A microbiologist experiments with dropping food on various surfaces to see how much bacteria they pick up. Carpet is, apparently, not bad at all. And the five-second rule might be just right.

By Mar. 13, 2014

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iPhone 5S outsells 5C three to one, but 5C eating into Android

Three times as many people are buying the iPhone 5S than the 5C, but Samsung and LG owners are defecting to the 5C.

By Dec. 2, 2013

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Eating your own, Microsoft style

Microsoft's version of Apple's "cannibalization" isn't pretty, but it's probably necessary.

By Jan. 26, 2013

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Toot with abandon in odor-eating underwear

Smelling less than rosy down south? Or perhaps you'd like to break wind with wild abandon in public. Japan has your ticket to blissful flatulence.

By Nov. 15, 2012

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iPad Mini eating into iPad sales?

Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster estimates the bulk of first-weekend iPad sales -- 2 million to 2.5 million out of a total 3 million -- were for the smaller tablet.

By Nov. 5, 2012

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A new use for your power drill: Eating corn

A remarkably inventive and bizarre YouTube video suggests that power drills can help the hungry on the go.

By Dec. 1, 2012

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Can't stop eating? Pump will suck your stomach contents

Segway inventor Dean Kamen's AspireAssist has helped obese people lose half their excess weight.

By Jan. 14, 2013

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New 'Bite Counter' a pedometer for eating

Device tracks wrist-roll motion to tally how many bites people take in hopes they can better gauge not calories or nutrition, but at least consumption.

By Aug. 3, 2011