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We always thought that the old Dyson washing machine was the ugliest washer that we'd ever seen and, in all honesty, we didn't think that the humble washing machine could be made more unattractive.

Samsung and designer Andre Kim have proved we were wrong.

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A washing machine that both recycles water and gives consumers the option to "air wash" clothes has been unveiled by Sanyo at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

The AQUA Washing Machine, reports Yahoo! Tech, has been launched in Japan and uses a device called Aqualoop which recycles water for use in further washes, aiming to conserve around 50 litres of water.

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A refrigerator equipped with RFID technology that informs the owner when food needs to be replenished is being developed by Samsung Electronics.

The fridge aims to identify when products such as eggs or milk are running low and notify the owner accordingly via their mobile phone, the Korea Times reports

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Wrangles over a washing machine have pressured the US' Environmental Protection Agency to regulate commercial products containing silver nanoparticles. But it is not yet clear how the surprising policy, which has been called a 'kneejerk reaction', will be enforced.

Under the EPA's regulation, any company marketing a product as using silver nanoparticles to kill bacteria must provide scientific evidence that the particles don't pose an environmental health risk.

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The German branch of Friends of the Earth, Bund f¼r Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland (BUND) has warned consumers not to buy a new type of washing machine that uses silver nanoparticles.

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Samsung Electronics is seeing strong sales of two-door refrigerators in China and will boost marketing efforts in the burgeoning market. The Korean electronics giant controls the largest share of the Chinese market for two-door refrigerators with 29 percent, according to market research firm GFK. As usual trailing just behind Samsung is another Korean giant, LG Electronics, which holds 26 percent.

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Anti-bacterial washing machines using tiny silver particles have become a standard household item in both the domestic and global markets as controversy over their effectiveness has shriveled over time.

The silver-wash machines use the metal substance either to coat the washing drums, or to create ion particles that dissolve in water and kill germs. Since 2004, manufacturers such as Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics have claimed that those silver-washing technologies are capable of eliminating 99.9 percent harmful bacteria.

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Samsung has signed an agreement with fashion designer Andre Kim for designs of the Zipel and Hauzen brand of home appliances, according to The Korea Times. The company will also use the designer's name in a new lineup of products that will be on the market late in 2006. LG Electronics has stated that it will be working with Tricia Guild, a British interior designer on high-end washing machines.

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If you're a stickler for cleanliness, it sounds like a dream invention - a washing machine that destroys bugs in the weekly laundry. It designers at Samsung claim the technology will remove or kill 99.9% of odour-causing bacteria, including e.coli. And they say the system will keep clothes fresh for up to 30 days

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Samsung Electronics' recently launched Silver Nano washing machine marketing is being put through the wringer by the Korea Consumer Protection Board.