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  • LG, GE Ink Licensing Deal
    LG Electronics has entered into a cross-licensing agreement with GE Consumer & Industrial to use one another's patents for refrigerators and cooking appliances without paying licensing fees. LG and ...
  • Apple Offers IPod Shuffle For $49
    Apple is offering its iPod shuffle for $49 and is introducing a new 2GB model of the iPod shuffle for $69. The popular iPod shuffle is just half a cub ...
  • Top 10 Stores For Electronics
    How likely is it that you would recommend this store for electronics to a friend? Shop most often at: % NPS* Amazon 48.7% Costco 35.4% Fry's 21.9% Best Buy 14. ...
  • Palmisano Talks About IBM's Global Growth Strategy
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  • Appliances Market Suffers Effects Of Housing Downturn
    [Electronics] Sears, Lowe's and Home Depot combined comprise half of the major appliance industry. A market analyst who studies this market says that, while the drop has affected both ma ...
  • Netflix And Best Buy Back Blu-Ray DVDs
    Best Buy--the largest consumer electronics chain in the U.S.--says it will recommend that its customers choose Sony's Blu-ray format when shopping for a high-definition DVD system, and online video rent ...
  • Can Circuit City Survive Boss's Cure?
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  • Sony Tops TV Sales for Holidays
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  • AMD Learns To Piggyback Off Intel's Marketing Expense
    [Electronics] The marketing strategy didn't come easy. AMD stopped marketing to consumers. Execs left egos at the door and found ways to help partners grow their businesses, relying more ...
  • Apple Adds Storage Io iPods, iPhones
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  • Amazon Will Pay $300 Million For Audible.com
    Amazon.com is buying online audio book seller Audible Inc.--whose catalog includes about 80,000 audio books, radio programs, spoken word selections and other digital content for download--for $300 million. The off ...
  • Motorola May Sell Or Spin Off Cell Phone Division
    Motorola--which has been the largest and most successful cell-phone manufacturer in the U.S. largely on the back of its Razr--says it is considering separating the cell-phone division from the re ...
  • Amazon Falls On Profit Outlook
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  • LG Electronics To Offer 'Techorating' Tips
    Celebrity interior designer Doug Wilson is working with LG Electronics to help consumers by offering tips and ideas on how to "techorate" their homes by melding innovative consumer electronics wi ...
  • Nielsen Commercializes VOD Set-Top Data Service
    Nielsen Company Thursday announced the commercial launch of Nielsen On Demand Reporting & Analytics (NORA), a new measurement service that aggregates and anonymously reports on video-on-demand (VOD) usage based ...
  • Alpine Electronics In 'Rock The Dash' Promo
    Alpine Electronics of America, Inc., which makes automotive audio equipment, is tapping independent music artists for a consumer-facing promotion for its telematics products. The effort, called "Rock the Dash," ...
  • Apple Deemed "Outrageous Buying Opportunity"
    Apple got burned on Wall Street yesterday, shedding 11 percent its value after disappointing investors with a weak outlook and lower than expected iPod sales. The electronics giant is famo ...
  • Microsoft Earnings Should be Strong
    The tech sector is reeling on Wall Street and could use some good news when Microsoft and Google deliver fourth-quarter earnings later this week. Analysts expect Microsoft to report ...
  • Texas Instruments To Sell Rear-Projection TVs
    Sony and Philips announced that they were getting out of the rear-projection TV business last month but Texas Instruments--the chip maker that developed the digital light processor most commonly fou ...
  • How Do You Market Open-Source Applications That Are Free?
    [Electronics]" One day we'd like to see ads for four Linux desktops and three Linux laptops when you walk into at a Best Buy store," says Larry Kettler, president/CEO ...
  • Apple Leads, The Entertainment Universe Follows
    Apple CEO Steve Jobs intended to wow the faithful at Macworld Expo with the ultra-thin MacBook Air computer and iTunes digital movie rentals. Apple stock dropped, and consumers yearned f ...
  • Cheap Computers Threaten Microsoft, Dell, Intel
    Nonprofits like Inveneo and One Laptop Per Child, which are working to bring computing and the Internet to people in the Third World who have never touched a mouse pa ...
  • Apple Introduces Ultrathin Laptop; Online Movie Rentals
    Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who has made his keynote presentation at the opening of the Macworld Expo trade show a consistent marketing tour de force in recent years, yesterday introduc ...
  • Macworld: Short on Fireworks, Long on Substance
    Apple King Steve Jobs' Macworld keynote (dubbed "Stevenote" by techies) wasn't well-received on Wall Street: the company's stock fell 5.5 percent following the annual address, more than twice the 2 ...
  • Microsoft In Two New EU Probes
    Microsoft is under the European Commission's microscope yet again in two new probes: the first for allegedly preventative technology inside Internet Explorer, its Web browser, and the second for faili ...
  • Motorola's Hand-Held Scanners Target Retailers
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  • Apple's Product Updates May Disappoint Consumers
    By constantly redesigning its products and introducing new ones-- and then trumpeting the changes in high-profile marketing campaigns--Apple has habituated many of its customers to living in a continuous upgra ...
  • Apple Faithful Await Macworld
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  • Apple Needs To Play Fair
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  • 'Uh, just the states?'
    TORONTO, ONTARIO - The traffic on the Queen Elizabeth Expressway was mounting, but we still made it here with time to spare. I've arrived at my hotel in this city ...