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  • Web Exclusive: Ultra HD TVs

    Web Exclusive: Ultra HD TVs

    (CNN) -Some people just have to have the latest in television technology. The newest TVs on the market- ultra-high definition TVs- or UHD TVs. They have higher screen resolution than current high def screens, and are also known as "4-K" sets. "More >>
    (CNN) -Some people just have to have the latest in television technology. The newest TVs on the market- ultra-high definition TVs- or UHD TVs. They have higher screen resolution than current high def screens, and are also known as "4-K" sets. "More >>
  • Web Exclusive: A product to help keep sharks away on sale

    Web Exclusive: A product to help keep sharks away on sale

    Monday, July 28 2014 9:40 AM EDT2014-07-28 13:40:46 GMT
    If you're headed on a beach vacation, there's a product you may be interested in to help keep sharks away.  The device is called a Shark Shield.  It is now being sold in Florida.More >>
    If you're headed on a beach vacation, there's a product you may be interested in to help keep sharks away.  The device is called a Shark Shield.  It is now being sold in Florida.More >>
  • Web Exclusive: Back to School costs really add up

    Web Exclusive: Back to School costs really add up

    Friday, July 25 2014 9:14 AM EDT2014-07-25 13:14:59 GMT
    Before you know it, fall will be here and it will be time to go back to school.  For parents that means stocking up on notebooks, number two pencils, and back to school clothes, all of which usually take a big chunk out of a family's budget.  So, just how much do parents will pay to send their kids off to school this year?More >>
    Before you know it, fall will be here and it will be time to go back to school.  For parents that means stocking up on notebooks, number two pencils, and back to school clothes, all of which usually take a big chunk out of a family's budget.  So, just how much do parents will pay to send their kids off to school this year?More >>

(CBS/CNN) - Microsoft is trying to lure people away from gmail and yahoo.  The company has launched a 30 million dollar TV and digital advertising campaign to get people to sign on to Outlook.com.  Starting today, all of Microsoft's email services like Hotmail and MSN will be automatically converted to Outlook.com.  Users old emails and contacts will be exported to Outlook.com's new service.  But, you will still be able to use your old email address.

BMW is recalling more than a half-million cars in the U.S. due to possible power failure and engine stalling.  Apparently, a battery cable that supplies power to the car's fuse box can wear out and cause problems.  The recall affects BMW's 1-series, 3-series and Z4 models, some made as early as 2007 and as late as last year. BMW has known about the problem since July 2010. 

Google may be looking to open retail stores in several major cities.  That's according to a report from 9to5google.com.  The tech news website cites an unidentified source as confirming that Google is building stand-alone stores in hopes of opening them in time for the holidays this year.  The stores would allow consumers to test out some of Google's products, like the Google Glass, before buying them.  Google hasn't yet confirmed the rumor.

Your next job interview could be on twitter!  They're called "twitterviews" and some tech, media and marketing companies are using them instead of formal interviews.  It works like this: companies tweet out a question and allow potential employees to tweet back an answer. Some companies say you can learn a lot about a person's personality through tweets...

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