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New study suggests there may be such a thing as "too clean"
A study involving over one thousand Swedish children suggests that those who ate off hand-washed dishes were less likely to develop allergies.
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Hands-on with Nikon's latest AA-powered travel camera.
Keeping it old school, Nikon produces yet another travel-friendly, AA-powered compact point-and-shoot. We went hands-on at CP+ 2015.
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Your photos are priceless, but photo storage is not.
We compared every major photo storage solution to find the best services for professionals and consumers alike.
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The Maytag MHW7100DW washing machine adds a touch of class to the laundry room.
Step up to Maytag's MHW7100 for a slicker look and a few extra features.
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Bet you didn't know Buzz Aldrin took the first space selfie!
For the first time, a huge collection of NASA photos from the glory days of space exploration have been revealed to the public.
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Equal parts strengths and weaknesses make the Sharp LC-32LE451U LED TV hard to recommend.
The 32-inch LE451U is a decent performer, but is bested by a few similarly priced options.
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With a sturdier, more mature design Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 gets to work.
With a sturdier, more mature design Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 gets to work.
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Food redeposit is a pain in the neck, but you can prevent it.
My dishwasher is supposed to wash dishes, right? So what are all these little specks of food doing on my dishes?
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A vacuum in sync and in step with what consumers want.
The Samsung VU7000 upright vacuum is a match for the Dyson Animal at almost every turn.
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We doubt anyone saw this coming...
Leica and Lenny Kravitz have teamed up to release a limited-edition version of the Leica M-P, which sports a unique, worn-out aesthetic and a snakeskin case.
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The Vizio P series gets even better. A new firmware update address overly aggressive sharpening in the P Series.
Vizio's P Series recently got a firmware update that adds support for Amazon Instant Video in 4K and makes some key alterations to the TV's picture quality.
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We got to live out our pizza chef dreams with the Kalamazoo Built-in Artisan Fire Pizza Oven.
The newest outdoor pizza oven from the folks at Kalamazoo is perfect for a fully finished outdoor kitchen. We went hands-on at KBIS 2015.
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