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Buddha Fresh: Bamboo in a Bag Absorbs Odors Anywhere

A few years ago, I decided to adopt a more natural, sustainable lifestyle.  I began using organic cleaning solutions and completely eliminated air fresheners and other chemically based fragrance products.

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Lumma: The Smart Pill Dispenser That Really Works

We lead busy lives. With so much to manage, it can be easy to forget to take your medicine and supplements. Missing a dose of some medicines, however, can actually

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Amazon Isn’t the Low Price Giant It Was

If Amazon was hoping to keep prices high and have no one notice: we noticed. “What Amazon appears to be hoping is that, after seeing low prices on one or two

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Target Asks Fans for Their Memories of a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Target is partnering with Lucasfilm to collect and organize fans’ Star Wars memories in the form of photos and videos. It’s a highly interactive and really fun publicity campaign ahead

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California Legislation Could Deal a Deathblow to Amazon’s Drone Program

What if we don’t want delivery drones flying a few hundred feet over our heads? The California legislature has our backs. What if we really like the idea of goods

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H&M Is Willing to Pay Big Money to Counteract the “Throwaway Culture”

Fast fashion means cheap clothes, and a lot of them. Recycling textiles, though possible, isn’t efficient: the end product is usually undesirable. Blended fibers present their own set of problems,

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Target’s Beacons Don’t Stand a Chance

It’s over before it’s begun. Target’s beacon strategy is fundamentally flawed, based on nonexistent shopper behaviors and false notions of shoppers’ desires. Store goers don’t pace the aisles with their

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SOL Purifies Water Using Only the Power of the Sun

From recreational camping and hiking to more natural or even serious off-grid living, people usually end up depending on some kind of technology to provide convenient, reliable solutions for subsistence.

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Jeff Bezos Is Not the Man to Let The New York Times Run Over Him

The New York Times slammed Amazon, hard, and Jeff Bezos isn’t going to just sit and take it. In a memo to Amazon employees, Bezos didn’t waste time fighting the

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Post-Recession Consumers Present Retailers with a Problem

The recession presented retailers with the problem of a changed consumer. Department stores (for instance) have taken a hard hit, with profits falling beneath the stroke of a two-headed trend: decreased