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Samsung Teases Public Event in Times Square for the Galaxy S IV Launch
February 28, 2013

Samsung continues to hint at the reveal of its new flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S IV, after it posted an image from its Samsung Mobile Twitter account revealing a new public event taking place in Times Square on March 14.

The poster reads "be ready 4 the next Galaxy", mimicking the original teaser image used to promote the launch earlier this week.

The event will take place at 7pm and coincide with the official launch, which will take place at another event in New York City. Samsung has confirmed

D&H Offers "Trending" Products
February 27, 2013

D&H Distributing is borrowing a page from Twitter and designating products that are "Trending" on its website. The "What's Trending" feature lists the most frequently-viewed items on dandh.com.

Clouds Reign Profit For Brick & Click Retailers!
February 27, 2013

Brick and mortar retailers are developing and enlisting pithy mobile apps at record speeds, designed to attract, convert and retain shoppers throughout their home, mobile and business lives.

CEA's Shapiro Talks to Reddit Tuesday
February 26, 2013

Consumer Electronics Association president and CEO Gary Shapiro will participate in an "Ask Me Anything" chat on Reddit Tuesday afternoon.

Oprah Heats Up Appliance Firm Shares
February 25, 2013

Shares in French appliances group Seb soared recently after US television personality Oprah Winfrey told her millions of Twitter followers its low-oil fryer had "changed my life". Seb stocks were up 4.05 percent to 62.42 euros in midday trading on the Paris stock exchange, hitting a six-month high.

Winfrey had Tweeted about using the company's T-Fal Actifry, a low-oil fryer which went on the market in the United States in 2011.

"This machine...T-Fal Actifry has changed my life. And they're not paying me to say it," Winfrey wrote to her more than 16 million

Why Getting Hacked Isn't All Bad
February 24, 2013

Last week hackers took over Burger King's Twitter account, changing the picture to a McDonalds logo, and making plenty of inappropriate comments, but it's not that bad for Burger King.

Is Apple Losing its Cool Factor?
February 19, 2013

Apple is getting pushed around a lot these days. Digerati reaction to the iPhone 5 was "meh," response to the iPad Mini was akin to "it's about time" and we are all more excited about unicorn-like products such as an iWatch and iTV than the things you can buy right now. Apple's strength is its Achilles' heel: We expect it to reinvent on schedule and when, in our infinite wisdom, we believe it is not, we treat it like the kid who no longer belongs in our clique.