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LG reveals 2012 refrigerator innovations, including the CES Innovation Award winning Blast Chiller.
LG unveils the largest and thinnest OLED along with a giant 3D TV with twice the resolution of a standard 1920 x 1080 display.
President Obama wondered if his credit card still even worked on a shopping outing in Virginia Wednesday. He bought Wii game "Just Dance 3" for his daughters and a few other things at Best Buy.
Hans Vestberg has just been announced as one of the keynote speakers at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Among other things, he will talk about how people will start using connected devices to the benefit of individuals, businesses, and society.
With Director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon and Musical Director Paul Mirkovich at the helm, T-Mobile surprises shoppers at the Chicagoland area's Woodfield Mall with a surprise performance and updated spin on the holiday classic, "(There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays."
Euromonitor research analyst Howard Telford discusses how majap makers are working to overcome the prolonged U.S. market slump. Innovative features, technological enhancements and creative designs, as seen in Samsung's "smart fridge" with built-in touchscreen and pre-loaded apps, and LG's "Think Technology," which syncs smartphones with majaps, will hopefully compel consumers to trade up to higher-margin models.
Marshall Headphones is producing a multi-episode series that focuses on the "traveling rock and roll lifestyle." The shows focus on what happens behind the scenes for touring bands, and examines such subjects as pyrotechnics, roadie relationships and, of course, groupies.
Cellphone maker Huawei launched a "Share With Honor Tokyo Giveaway" in which one fan of Huawei's Facebook page will win a trip for two to Tokyo and other prizes totaling $8,000. The campaign pokes fun at people who share too much information online and features a humorous video. The giveaway runs from Nov. 11 through Dec. 9.
Escort has created a video that details how its new Escort Live alert system works. The system, which debuted at last month's SEMA Show in Las Vegas, lets drivers share alerts with one another.