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  • Made with smartclean technology ™, a patent-pending formula using a radical technology, Method Laundry delivers outstanding cleaning power but with 1/4th the dose of the leading national brand.

    HOW TO: Green Your Laundry Room | Inhabitat

  • Eschewing traditional season-based drops in favor of gradual rollouts, their most recent addition comes courtesy of the flap-pocketed Pivot Sleeve button-down -- whose patent-pending design reduces un-tuckage/sleeve ride -- now made from a moisture & grime repelling cotton so complicated it's woven in an Austrian mill, then goes to Switzerland to get "blazed", so apparently cotton's moved beyond gin.

    Thrillist: Outlier: Gear For Both Big City And Friday Night Lights

  • In the second quarter of this year, Max Sound Corporation introduced its patent-pending HD audio technology to the entertainment and multi-media industries.

    Sugar Rautbord: Changing the World As We Hear It

  • A spokeswoman for Colgate-Palmolive Co., which owns Speed Stick, would only say the patent-pending formula works "by staying on your skin and by containing low-stain causing ingredients."

    Out, Out, Pesky Sweat Stains

  • The site is called WhatsWhat.me (Beta) a "kids-only" Website that provides safe, secure social networking for kids ages 7 to 13 ("tweens") and utilizes patent-pending facial recognition technologies, moderation and kid-friendly features.

    Kari Henley: Should Kids Be Using Facebook?

  • In the second quarter of this year, Max Sound Corporation introduced its patent-pending HD audio technology to the entertainment and multi-media industries.

    Sugar Rautbord: Changing the World As We Hear It

  • The site is called WhatsWhat.me (Beta) a "kids-only" Website that provides safe, secure social networking for kids ages 7 to 13 ("tweens") and utilizes patent-pending facial recognition technologies, moderation and kid-friendly features.

    Kari Henley: Should Kids Be Using Facebook?

  • Beginning Feb. 1, the company also plans to start selling the patent-pending RipSurfer X through its website for home use for $765.

    Surf's Up Inside the Gym

  • The site is called WhatsWhat.me (Beta) a "kids-only" Website that provides safe, secure social networking for kids ages 7 to 13 ("tweens") and utilizes patent-pending facial recognition technologies, moderation and kid-friendly features.

    Kari Henley: Should Kids Be Using Facebook?

  • The site is called WhatsWhat.me (Beta) a "kids-only" Website that provides safe, secure social networking for kids ages 7 to 13 ("tweens") and utilizes patent-pending facial recognition technologies, moderation and kid-friendly features.

    Kari Henley: Should Kids Be Using Facebook?

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