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    High-Tech Stores Pop Up for Holidaysi
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    December 20, 2013 12:12 AM
    High-tech companies are reaching out to consumers with temporary outlets called "holiday pop-up stores." Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles that Intel, Google and Wired Magazine are showcasing technology and giving buyers ideas for holiday gifts.

    High-Tech Stores Pop Up for Holidays

    Published December 19, 2013

    High-tech companies are reaching out to consumers with temporary outlets called "holiday pop-up stores." Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles that Intel, Google and Wired Magazine are showcasing technology and giving buyers ideas for holiday gifts.


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