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You don't need big money to get the most out of your 4K TV.
4K TVs are everywhere. 4K Content? Not so much. But you don't have to pay an arm and a leg to take advantage of all those pixels—here are some cheaper options.
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There's more to your clothes than where they were made. 
An ad campaign from the Canadian Fair Trade Network, called "The Label Doesn't Tell the Whole Story," is raising awareness regarding sweatshop labor.
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New Epicurious app puts smart timers on your wrist. 
A new (free) app from Epicurous, the online recipe resource, is a timer for common cooking recipes—but it's real appeal in on the Apple Watch.
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These lenses come with a neat trick—OLED displays 
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The K-3 finally gets the makeover it deserves.
Ricoh announces the latest Pentax SLR, the K-3 II with built-in GPS and super resolution features.
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Leica styling, just smaller 
Leica gives its premium compact line some much-needed improvement. But is the price tag justified?
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The Bike Washing Machine gives you and your soiled clothing a workout at the same time.
This conceptual product combines a exercise bike and a washing machine.
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The Lyric Thermostat just got a lot less lonely.
We tried out Honeywell's new Lyric home security system, which functions as a Z-Wave hub and a command center for the smart home.
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Lay off the harsh detergents if you want to maintain your anti-bacterial clothing. 
A new study has found that harsh detergents can cause the germ-fighting nanosilver coatings on clothing to come off and release toxic silver ions in wastewater.
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Reduce your water footprint, starting in the laundry room.
It’s not just the drought-plagued American west that can benefit from greywater reuse, and your laundry room is an easy place to start.
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Only 7 percent of e-waste comes from cellphones and computers.
A new report from the United Nations University has found that 60 percent of electronic waste comes from household appliances.
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For this appliance maker, it's all about looks. 
BlueStar—known for its high-end ovens and ranges—has entered the fridge market, and its first product offers a variety of unique features.
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