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Become an urban farmer with the new Herbert hydroponic vertical garden

Herbert is a hydroponic vertical garden that promises to help you grow fresh organic food right in your home. It's the latest product to be released by Ponix Systems, a company started by self-described "tech freaks and urban farmers."
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Get cozy with these Zinc-infused bedsheets, available from Modern Zinc

A new line of zinc bedsheets from the Irvine, California-based startup Modern Zinc claims to "harness the powerful benefits zinc has to offer" by infusing mineral zinc into its cotton sheets.
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Keep your kids from spending hundreds of dollars and more ways of parenting with Alexa

Amazon's digital assistant is capable of providing some amazing services. However, as many parents have learned, it's also capable of enabling some colossal parenting bungles. Here are a few ways to keep her a little more PG.
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Italy’s Oberholz Mountain Hut pairs great food with stunning vistas

Located in Italy's gorgeous Dolomites mountain range, the Oberholz Mountain Hut pairs exquisite cuisine with breathtaking views. Built in 2015 by design firm Peter Pichler Architects, the structure resembles a fallen tree.
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Google Assitant gains 10 new skills, including updates from CNN

It's still got a ways to go before catching up with Amazon's Alexa, but Google Assistant is already proving its mettle with the addition of 10 new skills, including a virtual sommelier.
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Light up your life with the best LED lighting solutions on the market

With traditional incandescent bulbs being gradually phased out, LED bulbs are quickly becoming an affordable and practical way to outfit your home with some slick technology. These LED lighting solutions and systems are the perfect case in…
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Clear some counter space for these 5 great kitchen gadgets for under $50

You don't need to spend your entire paycheck to outfit your kitchen with some of the latest-and-greatest tech. Here are some of the best devices to be had for under $50, whether you're a rice junkie or a wine lover.
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Stanford researchers use a compound in fertilizer to create inexpensive battery

Stanford engineers found urea, a compound typically found in fertilizer, proves a cheap and competent base for a renewable energy battery. Furthermore, the team thinks the battery would last upward of 10 years.
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Harvard creates a renewable battery that can last for 10 years

Harvard researchers hope one day you'll have a flow battery in your basement that's non-toxic, non-corrosive, and can last for 10 years. The researchers say it could change the world.
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Google might be working on a security system that knows when you’re not home

Patents filed by Google reveal possible plans for a security system that is completely automatic. It can arm and disarm itself using input from sensors scattered all around your house.
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Oregon home generates more energy than it uses, completely recycles its used water

Located in the high desert of Bend, Oregon, the Desert Rain House recycles every drop of used water and produces more energy than it uses. It was just recognized as the first Living Building Challenge-certified home in the world.