Participants often stood in front of the wall for ten minutes or more to experience and enjoy the 3D visuals cooked up by LG. There were no less than six different 3D glasses distribution kiosks to service the crowd.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The rights to Royals left-hander Everett Teaford were sold to the LG Twins of the Korean Baseball Organization after it became clear he was not going to make the team out of spring training.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Royals placed right-handers Louis Coleman and Luke Hochevar on the disabled list as part of a series of moves that set their roster for Monday's season opener in Detroit.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google has released a new version of its Android software tailored for Internet-connected watches and other devices that can be worn instead of held.
(ARA) - As the weather gets warmer, fans anxiously wait for their favorite sport to take center stage. College basketball fans fill out their brackets, golfers dust off their clubs and dream about green jackets, baseball diamonds are prepped for opening day and the professional basketball playoff run starts heating up.
(NewsUSA) - If you're like most people, you have at least one gadget lover on your holiday gift list. That one person that craves "the next big thing," and short of that, nothing else will do. That would be fine, if you had an inkling of what that meant.
(ARA) - Today, time is an incredible luxury - one that we too rarely have. Between family responsibilities, work commitments and everyday stresses, it can often be hard to accomplish everything on the to-do list, let alone carve out time for oneself. A mainstay on the to-do list has always been laundry, and with the average American household doing 7.5 loads per week, the time spent washing, drying and folding really adds up.
(BPT) - Spring is one of the best times of the year for many reasons. The light at the end of winter’s tunnel, it conjures images of beaches, picnics, barbecues and more. For sports fans, it’s also one of the busiest times of the year. Professional baseball is just getting started, the playoff races for professional basketball and hockey are in full swing and, of course, the men’s college basketball tournament has people following brackets and games rather than working.
(ARA) – The new school year is upon us and with it comes hectic schedules and harried mornings that make weekdays a mad dash. With school lunches to make, snacks to prepare and evening meals to plan, getting out the door on time can be a challenge. Having the house in order and a few things made ahead of time can be a huge convenience that means a world of difference in those time-crunched minutes.
(BPT) - Remodeling trends come and go, which is a good thing if you’re talking about shag carpet or avocado-colored Formica. But some trends have both staying power and universal appeal, such as the strengthening movement toward homes that are more energy efficient and eco-friendly.
(ARA) - Long gone are the days when TVs were a "one size fits all" proposition, when all you really wanted was the right size box for your living room: a picture tube TV with an unassuming appearance, only matched by its archaic remote controller. Today, the game has changed, and the choices of flat-panel HDTVs are almost as diverse as the viewing audience.
(NewsUSA) - The first International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took place in New York City in June of 1967. Since then, thousands of products have been announced at the yearly show, including the VCR in 1970, the CD Player in 1981, HDTV in 1998, 3D HDTV in 2009 and Ultra HDTV, Flexible OLED and driverless car technology in 2013.
(ARA) - Keeping your home beautiful, organized and running smoothly is a never-ending task. The chores from the kitchen unfold into the dining room, which spills into the living room, the bedrooms, bathrooms, laundry room and beyond. Once you've added it all up, the amount of time and energy you spend on housework - day to day and year to year - is staggering.
(NAPSI)—Consumers continue to watch their budget and streamline their lifestyle in ways that are smart and effective while maintaining services they need. When it comes to wireless cell phone services, consumers are finding they can have quality service without a contract and without the extra features associated with a smartphone. Why pay for what you don’t need?
NEW YORK (AP) — Encouraging news on housing has helped the stock market build on yesterday's gains. The Commerce Department said today that while home construction slipped 0.2 percent in February, applications for permits to build homes rose a solid 7.7 percent. The S&P 500 rose 13 points to close at 1,872. The Dow added 89 points to 16,336. And, the Nasdaq composite had the biggest gain, climbing 53 points, or 1.3 percent, to 4,333.
(BPT) - Each week, the average person spends between 10 and 20 hours doing yard work and other tasks around the home, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While necessary, these routine tasks don’t exactly fit neatly into today’s busy, on-the-go lifestyles, which is why technology is stepping in.
(ARA) - Some interior design trends are hard to understand. That jagged piece of cement that is supposedly a chair or headache-inducing paint color may look great in the glossy pages of a design magazine, but would average people really want it in their own living room?
PORT CHARLOTTE, FL. - Charlotte County Sheriff's deputies arrested an El Jobean couple for stealing a $578 television from the Murdock Wal-Mart, thanks to alert employees.
(ARA) - The weather's warming up, and people everywhere are gearing up for the summer season. For many, with it comes the opportunity to enjoy outdoor parties and share great meals with friends and family.
(NewsUSA) - Tech is a growing trend for gift buying, and this year is expected to be at an all-time high. Tech and Trends personality Mitch English visited TV stations around the country with some of his top holiday picks.
(NewsUSA) - Trying to find that perfect holiday gift for friends or family who have everything can be a daunting task. If they're a techie, the job can be even more difficult.
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