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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 pretty in pink from today

For all aspiring Cher Horowitz and Elle Woods wannabes, the Galaxy Note 3 is pretty in pink exclusively at Phones 4U from today.

By October 31, 2013


Google Buzz: Gmail status update and content sharing has us bam-Buzz-elled

There's a buzz around Buzz, Google's status update and content-sharing feature in Gmail. Sound familiar?

By February 10, 2010


Winona Ryder: I don't touch the Web

In an interview with Elle, the actress declares she has a BlackBerry but doesn't surf the Web and has never read a blog.

By December 13, 2010


GlamPhone ELLE No3: Alcatel does designer

Looking for a phone to match your glossy mag? Then take a peek at Alcatel's latest fashion phone offering, the GlamPhone ELLE No3

By May 24, 2007


The Elle Glamphone for the ladies

The Elle Glamphone for the ladies

By August 15, 2006


Images: Dude, that's Dell's flamingo pink

Would it win over Elle Woods? New Inspirons also come in sunshine yellow, alpine white, ruby red, jet black, midnight blue and espresso.

By June 27, 2007


Elle publisher creates electronic unit

Lagardere and its subsidiary Hachette Filipacchi Medias say they have created a new division in North America that will focus on the development of electronic media, including cable, interactive TV, wireless, broadband and the Internet. The new venture will be called Lagardere Active North America. Jack Kliger, who has been serving as chief executive for Hachette Filipacchi Medias, has been appointed chairman of the new division. Benjamin Tatta, former senior vice president of USA Network's Interactive division, will be chief operating officer. Hachette Filipacchi Medias publishes more than 200 consumer magazines in 33 countries and its subsidiary, Hachette Filipacchi Magazines, has 18 consumer titles, including Elle, Metropolitan Home, Premiere, American Photo and Travel Holiday, among others. In the fall, the company is launching Elle Girl. The new division will aim to extend the company's brands and will also introduce new content categories.

February 15, 2001


Short Take: FooFoo.com appeals to the chichi

FooFoo.com officially launched its site today, promising to offer the finer things to yuppies online. The site includes articles on health, dining, and travel from magazines such as Men's Health, Elle, and Food & Wine. It also offers cigars, golf clubs, PalmPilots, and other products through partnerships with e-commerce players such as Chipshot.com and Sharperimage.com. The site also provides restaurant recommendations and can help visitors obtain event tickets.

July 28, 1999