Britney spears is all set to take Las Vegas by storm in her perfect bikini bod. Showing off her slim figure on the cover of Shape magazine that reads, "Britney at her best! 31, firm & fabulous." The singer is seen on the cover in a tiny white bikini by Deja Soleil Swimwear.
A recent report talks about Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which grabbed the attention of techies around the world, from January 8-11, at Las Vegas. There were many technology companies and start-ups which got the chance to showcase new things for consumers. If reports are to be believed, as many as 20,000 new gadgets were launched there under over 3,250 exhibitors.
Polaroid is now all set to open a good number of stores to help people get their pictures printed into museum-quality.
American based Polaroid Corporation is a famous international consumer electronics and eyewear company which was founded back in 1937 by Edwin H Land. It gained popularity for its instant film cameras which hit the market in 1948.
As per recent findings, it has been revealed that a group of visitors to city Las Vegas was drastically affected by the side effects of alcohol.
Canon will showcase its two new imagePrograf large-format printers at the upcoming WPPI (Wedding & Portrait Photographer International) Convention which will take place in Las Vegas.
In order to combat falling sales of cameras, manufacturers have now started to cut price of their products for point-and-shoots. At the same time, some have also started offering higher features at the same price. In many cases prices have come down to even below $100.
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