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Perfume Tools: All the smell, none of the allergies

Sensitive skin and perfume can now get along thanks to metal diffuser jewelry that melds industrial design with the ability to soak up and release smells.

By Oct. 30, 2012

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Smell like a MacBook Pro with this new perfume - yes, really

A custom perfumerie has created a scent based on the smell of the inside of a MacBook box. Great news if you love smelling like packaging.

By Apr. 17, 2012

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Microsoft VP creates perfume that smells of money

Patrick McCarthy, a vice president of sales at Microsoft, decides that what the world needs (men and women) is a fragrance that is pure money.

By Jan. 20, 2011

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eBay fined $2.5 million in French perfume case

Company criticizes $2.5 million fine levied against it by a French court for failing to stop sales of LVMH perfumes. Court says eBay violated a 2008 order to remove all such listings.

By Nov. 30, 2009

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The AM-FM radiator (perfume optional)

A new model for the radiator connoisseur.

By Jun. 18, 2007

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Friday Poll: Where would you wear 'Star Trek' perfume?

Ladies of the Internet, please tell a single nerd where he could find a lady like you wearing a scent called Tiberius.

By Mar. 20, 2009

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Music vid shows digital retouch of woman in real time

As a statement on unrealistic beauty standards, a Hungarian pop singer has released a music video in which she undergoes the sort of digital transformation usually seen in glossy magazines.

By Jan. 24, 2014

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Smell 'camera' preserves odors for posterity

Using technology developed for the perfume industry, a designer created an odor-capturing camera that gathers scents instead of visual images.

By Jul. 1, 2013

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Stan Lee cologne smells spicy, musky, superheroic

Comic book icon Stan Lee now has his own official signature cologne, so that you, too, can smell like a superhero-creator.

By Jun. 11, 2013

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Smell ya later: Scientists want to track you by your scent

Researchers in Madrid are finding that body odor can help identify people in a crowd more accurately than facial recognition.

By Feb. 11, 2014