British smartphone manufacturer Vertu is flaunting the “jewel-like” qualities of its latest Signature Touch Clous de Paris mobile device to compete with jewelers this Valentine’s Day.
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While overall spending in China is back up to where it was in 2013, spending on gifts has decreased 30 percent over the past two years, according to a report by Hurun.
British smartphone maker Vertu is helping its consumers stay digitally connected on select devices with a complimentary WiFi subscription.
Appliance maker Jenn-Air is a collaborator for the Virginia Tech Center for Design Research’s new futuristic kitchen at the Las Vegas Kitchen & Bath Industry Show Jan. 20-22.
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Danish audio and video brand Bang & Olufsen is melding consumers’ music and online streaming sites into one collection in its new BeoSound Moment.
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U.S. fashion label Michael Kors is appealing to the fashionista on-the-go with its promotions for its Duracell Powermat kit cell phone accessories.