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An offer of a $9 pizza if the longshot Wichita State team wins the tournament is no deal at all.
Devices from SodaStream and SodaSparkle let you craft your own soft drinks or seltzers. Cost-effective? That depends.
Sensors could put food through the sniff test, but until then, other tech is helping stem the flow of food discards.
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