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'Morning Edition' Returns: Does this Thing Smell Right?

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'Morning Edition' Returns: Does this Thing Smell Right?

'Morning Edition' Returns: Does this Thing Smell Right?

'Morning Edition' Returns: Does this Thing Smell Right?

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A German company is working on a mobile phone that detects not only bad breath, but... other odors... that a caller might give off. Seimens Mobile says the phone has a tiny chip that detects smells "in the vicinity" including alcohol and "atmospheric gas."

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