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RadioShack this week announced the arrival of a new smobile device repair service called Fix It Here. The Service starts at just $39.99, and includes a  six-month warranty on parts and labor.

AT&T is rolling out its new Digital Life home automation service to seven more markets across the country.

Beginning Friday, customers in Baltimore, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Sacramento, and Washington, D.C., can receive a live demonstration and purchase Digital Life in stores.

The system, launched in April, brings "security, convenience and peace of mind" to AT&T customers in 15 major cities; it is expected to hit 50 markets by the end of the year. The IP-based Digital Life lets users keep tabs on their home from any PC, tablet, or smartphone

Polk said this week that it will kick off its "Listen Up" tour at International CES next month, bringing live music to its booth at the show.

Almo Corp. this week announced that it has added to its sales team in five different U.S. territories.

Polk Audio said this week that it is marking the 40th anniversary of its founding, with a party for its staff at its Baltimore headquarters. 

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