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NYNE Expands to Four New Retailers
October 29, 2014

The NYNE brand announced Tuesday that it has added four new retailers in North America: DataVision Computer & Electronics, f.y.e. for your entertainment, Micro Center, and Premium Home Leisure

3D Printing: First Steps on the Path to Mainstream
August 20, 2014

3D Printing is still in its infancy but marketers are already predicting a mainstream demand for 3D printers and 3D-printed products. As 3D printing becomes integrated into both physical and online sales spaces, the industry potential becomes clearer.
Current trends reveal a variety of needs for 3D printing in personal and professional areas of life. According to Sam Cervantes, CEO of Soilidoodle, the company is seeing more features and increased usability for mainstream consumer adoption.

Warranty Group Teams With Micro Center
January 4, 2014

The Warranty Group announced Friday that it has reached a multi-year agreement with retailer Micro Center, in order to provide support for its national Protection Plan program. 

Dealerscope Names 2013 40 Under 40
June 20, 2013

They come from a variety of backgrounds, possess different skills and work in diverse fields within the CE industry. But this year’s 40 Under 40 nominees share the common traits of leadership, intelligence, perseverance, determination and hard work that have earned them a home in this prestigious category.

BenQ Has A New Story To Tell
January 3, 2013

Retail sales associates love to have a good story to tell customers regarding particular products. BenQ has recently come up with a few—as well as a handful of new products—it would love retailers to share.

Galaxy Tab 10.1 Arrives
June 17, 2011

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will officially be available nationwide Friday in retail stores such as Fry’s Electronics, Best Buy, Amazon, Newegg, Tiger Direct, and Micro Center.  The 16GB Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be available for $499, while the 32GB model will be available for $599.  The Galaxy Tab 10.1 has already debuted at Union Square in New York City

SteelSeries Targets Growing Serious-Gamer Market
April 18, 2008

The Denmark-based gaming accessories maker SteelSeries has been a fixture in the European market since its inception in 2001. Now, the company, with a base in the Chicago area, is poised to broaden its distribution in the U.S. beyond its current Internet sales footprint. The company plans to more widely address a 55-million-household gamer demographic, with what newly appointed CEO and former Motorola executive Bruce Hawver says is a “gamer-driven” product suite offering “winning is everything” features that give users a competitive advantage – and dealers product margins ranging anywhere from 30 to 40 points. The brand is also in the 21-store

DS0307 Retail 101 ListingNews
March 1, 2007

In 2006, Dell was affected by a massive recall of Sony batteries—batteries Dell uses to power many of its laptops. In early 2007, the company opened its first store in Shanghai. Store counts and sales represent the company’s United States operations only. Best Buy Canada is covered elsewhere in this registry. Wal-Mart is aggressively remodeling many of its stores, and some analysts believe that it will take several months before its sales begin to benefit from those efforts. Sales and store counts represent United States and Canadian operations only. Falling prices on flat panel TVs helped account for Circuit City’s disappointing third quarter sales,