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How to test your Lumber Liquidators floors for formaldehyde

Retail flooring giant Lumber Liquidators is sending thousands of formaldehyde test kits to concerned consumers after a 60 Minutes episode claimed the company sold flooring containing high levels of the chemical.
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Bosch’s new finger-sensing table saw uses small explosives to prevent cutting injuries

Unlike the now-infamous SawStop, Bosch's new REAXX table saw can be reset and used again after the emergency braking system has been activated, so it saves your fingers and the saw.
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‘Inventor’ of toilet paper weighs in on ‘over vs. under’ debate via 1891 patent

A patent from 1891 that shows toilet paper in a certain configuration is being used as evidence in the debate over whether TP should go over or under the roll. But is it decisive?
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Dance party in the house: A new app syncs your color-changing lights with music

Light DJ Pro is an app that creates a dance floor in your living room. It lets users customize and sync their smart light bulbs from Lifx to their music using an iPad, switching between an array of colors.
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Did you forget to water your plants? This smart watering can will remind you

Freiya, a new smart watering can, reminds you to water your plants. The app-controlled device can access data on your specific plants and adjust watering schedules accordingly.
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Would you blow over $6,000 on this 3D-printed air conditioner?

This 3D-printed air conditioner was a hot commodity at the recent Appliance World Expo 2015 in Shanghai. Haier's attractive, one-of-a-kind device sold for over $6,000.
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Ikea predicts chaos, says no to massive hide-and-seek game with 32,000 players

Ikea's decision to allow a game of hide-and-seek at one of its stores last year may have seemed like a clever customer-relations move at the time, but now it looks like the whole thing has gotten a bit out of control.
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Watch what you eat: New Electrolux oven has a cam to capture culinary conquests

Later this year, Electrolux will introduce a smart oven that allows home cooks to download and share recipes with others from an app, while filming their meals cooking in real-time.
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Robot stalk-er: a 3D-printed bot designed to pull weeds

One of the most cumbersome tasks of gardening is pulling up weeds. Though this robot is just a prototype and actually designed with farmers in mind, we can't help but imagine this weed-pulling bot zooming around our gardens.