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purifiers

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Project puts gardens on bus roofs to purify city air

Green project Phyto Kinetic aims to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide emissions in the air -- while adding a little color to concrete jungles.

By September 6, 2013

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Philips brings Net smarts to coffeemaker, cooker, air purifier

At the IFA show, the electronics maker shows two products and two prototypes with wireless communications abilities. Expect more as the Internet-of-things idea spreads.

By September 6, 2013

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Solar Bag concept purifies water as you walk

Relying on UV in sunlight as a purifier, the Solar Bag could help people without clean drinking water.

By August 5, 2012

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At CES, Belkin bets big on WeMo

With new connected bulbs, devices, and appliances, Belkin wagers the house on home automation.

By January 5, 2014

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Apple's new Mac Pro looks like Darth Vader: Yea or nay?

The new Mac Pro appears to be built for the future of powerful computing, and its unique design is already attracting attention.

By June 11, 2013

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The weird things you find in a Japanese electronics shop

From face-shaping tools to cell phones for tots, Japanese electronics retailers have it all. Crave swings by Yodobashi Camera in Tokyo.

By April 9, 2013

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Air-purifying gown supposedly soaks up pollutants

Highly experimental prototype dress called Herself is sprayed with a chemical that absorbs pollutants such as nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide. But is it machine washable?

By January 19, 2011

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Purify water by adding bacteria

The U.S. Army is sending to Afghanistan units of a new water purification system that uses common bacterial strains to create potable water in less than a day.

By February 11, 2010

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Solar lamp, water filter aimed at India's poor

The Sollys solar lamp and Sheba water filter are designed to help people in India who live without electricity and clean water.

By August 27, 2010

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Showers may be far dirtier than we think

A study out of the University of Colorado shows that biofilms clinging to the innards of bathroom showerheads can harbor up to 100 times the levels of pathogens found in city water.

By September 15, 2009