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13Sep/110

Automotive News

For 60 years now, Eibach has been known as the world standard for high-quality springs. On the occasion of this milestone in Eibach history, CEO Wilfried Eibach talks about how his father, and the rest of the Eibach family, created a worldwide industry leader from humble beginnings in a small workshop.

For more than 50 years, professional auto body repair experts as well as automotive do-it-yourselfers have been using Bondo® Body Filler for large  and small repair jobs. Now those users get to sound off about it -- and possibly win a dream NASCAR® experience.

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13Sep/110

Entertainment Arts & Technology

Dems Hit Up Hollywood Donors to Replace Missing Funds

Get ready for action, adventure, suspense and great performances when THE LIAM NEESON FILM COLLECTION comes to DVD November 1 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. This is the first time a collection of this kind has been released for the star across all major studios making it a prime gift for the holidays!

Bongiovi Acoustics' Digital Power Station (DPS) brings Patented Real-Time Audio Re-mastering™ to your PC and any system or device you connect to it.  With a simple download, you can breathe new life into all of your digital media, whether its music, videos, movies, TV, internet radio, VOIP or podcasts. The DPS Windows Plug-in is available now for a limited time, introductory price of $14.99 and there are no subscription fees or additional costs. You can also sample for free by visiting www.dpsplugin.com.

CHARLIE SHEEN TO APPEAR ON NBC'S 'THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO' THIS THURSDAY (SEPTEMBER 15) 

New and returning syndicated daytime shows got off to an atypical start on Monday, Sept. 12, due to the rain-delayed final of the U.S. Open Tennis Championships. That meant that CBS affiliates preempted their normal schedules for tennis.

When Charley Pride took the stage at the October 2010 All for the Hall benefit concert at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, the reception was startling.

Stars with recent hits — Billy Currington, Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride, Keith Urban and others — dotted the lineup at this annual fundraising event for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Many of the 13,000 or so fans in the audience hadn’t even started school yet when Pride hit No. 1 in 1983 with “Night Games” (written by Alan Mevis and Norro Wilson). It was easy to wonder if a large block of seats might be occupied by people who were unfamiliar with his work.

But then Pride launched into his signature song, “Kiss an Angel Good Mornin’” (Ben Peters) and a scant two minutes later the response was long and loud.

Samsung looks beyond smart TVs to mobile devices, PCs
Samsung Electronics is expanding its "Free the TV Challenge" program for application developers beyond apps for smart television sets to software that connects TVs with PCs, smartphones and tablet computers. The Korean company looks to emulate Apple by promoting connectivity among its full consumer-electronics line, according to this analysis.

Polymer gel batteries on the way for smaller electronics
The trend toward shrinking the thickness of notebook computers and smartphones is forcing consumer-electronics manufacturers to find new ways to power those products. One approach is a polymer gel developed at the University of Leeds and licensed to American Polystor Energy.

Vote for Hispanic Digital and Print Media Awards!

Portada’s Audience has nominated many candidates in 7 different categories. Now is the time for you to vote!

Make sure you have voted by Friday! Award Winners will be announced at the Fifth Annual Hispanic Digital and Print Media Conference in NYC next Thursday. Make sure to register to Portada’s flagship Hispanic conference.

13Sep/110

Breaking News: is viral video on the way out

Google may be targeting a new market: Offering digital rentals of movies and television shows, supported by advertising.Google is locking up streaming rights to various films and TV shows, which could lead to a revamp of the YouTube  video site and turn it into a platform for digital content rental.

A reason to purchase Hulu?

There have been changes being made to see what video providers mess with advertisers and which ones don’t.

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