If you've got $9,000 to spend on a TV, you may never have to argue over what to watch again!
Samsung unveiled it's new 55-inch OLED TV. It's curved and has loads of features. Two people can watch different shows at the same time. It comes with built in Wi-Fi, a full web browser, a variety of apps, and even voice and gesture control.
An OLED TV uses self-illuminating technology, meaning it doesn't require backlights like LCD Tv's. They produce brighter colors, and deeper darks. Right now, only Samsung and LG have announced OLED TV's that you can buy. LG's OLED costs $15,000.
Is Craigslist killing the newspaper business? Two business school professors from NYU and Harvard say, yes. They say cheap ads on Craigslist caused a drop in newspaper classified ads, forcing them to increase their subscription and newsstand prices.
There are whispers that the new iPhone will have a better camera. Well, some iPhone users have created the winning images showcased in the 2013 iPhone Photography Awards with iPhone's current camera. They aren't your average quick-snaps. The photographers created them with some iPhone manipulation, and by pushing the limits of their iPhone camera.
Here's the link to all the pictures.
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Republican state Rep. Jamie Ison of Mobile says she won't seek re-election next year. Ison said Friday she will retire at the end of her term to focus her attention on her real estate career and her volunteer work.
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The Mobile Jaycees have announced the members of the 2014-15 Azalea Trail Court.