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This credit card-sized wearable badge contains a new type of silica that can absorb a variety of VOCs. Credit: Airotect
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Microsoft today released Windows 11 Dev channel build 22499,
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In the latest version, Marc Jacobs' Heaven has teamed up with German toy manufacturer Steiff to create a plush teddy bear.
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