June 26 (Bloomberg) -- With the World Cup in full swing, you surely want to watch the games on the biggest TVs with the highest definition. Companies like Sony and Samsung are trying to push a new feature: "the curve." Businessweek's Sam Grobart tested one out to see if the curve was worth the hype. Video by: Dan Przygoda, David Yim.
26:39 - Gadget makers often lean heavily on celebrity endorsements to hawk products, and Microsoft has traditionally been one of the most egregious. But for the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft has made a conscious decision not to drop money on a big name for an uncomfortable on-stage cameo. Bloomberg takes a look back at some of the most entertaining examples of when celebrities were liabilities. (Video by Sam Thonis) (Source: Bloomberg)
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