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By JUDI DASH | October 23, 2005
Ionic technology, which uses an electrical charge to dissipate odors and make air cleaner, has become all the rage in home air purifiers. Now the technology is going to the dogs in the form of the battery-operated Waterless Bath Pet Brush, designed to neutralize nasty smells and electrostatically break down and "lift out" dirt particles and dander. Sturdy bristles do a pretty good job of untangling fur - though my dog didn't like the low vibration of the brush. She did smell fresher, although the brush, which runs on one 9-volt battery (not included)
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By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2003
Like car manufacturers rolling out their new models, the makers of kitchen products have introduced their latest gadgets. Trends this spring include more ergonomically correct tools, high-tech materials and even more specialized appliances and cookware. Here are some highlights: The right cut A Precise Slicer Adjustable Knife from BonJour features a serrated blade and an adjustable cutting guide that lets cooks slice meats, breads, vegetables and other foods into perfect slices. The cutting guide can be adjusted to create slices ranging from paper-thin to 1 inch.
ENTERTAINMENT
By TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES | July 27, 2006
Chromehounds Sega [Xbox 360] Rated T for Teens If there's one thing we all need, it's more giant robot games. When it comes to the fine art of building and blasting giant robots, Chromehounds is a true masterpiece. Craft a killing machine from inventories of parts and arrange them in any way imaginable, then hunt down enemies through vast environments. The trick is to nail them before they have a chance to nail you. Choose from six role types: the versatile soldier, the tough defender, the ranged sniper, the speedy scout, the powerful gunner or the strategic commander.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Kevin E. Washington | May 20, 2004
Entertainment Liteon 5005 DVD Recorder/Player Affordable DVD recorders have been promised by manufacturers for a couple of years , but they're only now getting into the price range of home electronics consumers. The Liteon LVW 5005 ($400) makes a great addition to any home entertainment center. For one, you can record DVD plus and minus Rs and RWs along with CD-R and RW. It will play regular DVDs, DVD+VR, Video CDs, SVCD, audio CDs holding MP3s, JPEGs and other files. You can record up to six hours of television onto a DVD and it won't fade after repeated playbacks.
NEWS
By SCOTT SHANE and SCOTT SHANE,Scott Shane is a reporter for The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 1993
I latch the seat belt on my three-year-old son's airline seat.He begins to study how to unlatch it, so that I'll latch it again, so that he can unlatch it, so that I'll latch it again. But it's a challenge for him, which gives me a chance to reach into the seat-pocket in front of me and enter another world.Skymall, says the on-board catalog. I like the sound. I like the slick, crisp pictures, the cooing copy. Skymall is consumer pornography of the highest order. It is salve for the human condition, in which satisfaction seems always barely out of reach, always on order but never quite arrived.
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