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LG's mirrored fridge is no wallflower

LG adds a second nestled compartment and a snazzy black mirrored finish to its newest Door-in-Door fridge.

By January 7, 2015


The Blendtec Designer Series WildSide Blender is no wallflower (pictures)

The Blendtec is a master of mixing. Its powerful motor can handle pretty much anything you throw its way.

9 Images By October 28, 2013


Microsoft tries to do social networking like the big boys

Perhaps influenced by prominent social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace, Microsoft will begin integrating features such as a news feed and profiles into its Windows Live applications. On this Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Ina Fried discuss the company's motivation to join the party and the potential to infuriate long-time users with these newfangled features.

By November 13, 2008


Sony Ericsson's new C510 Cyber-shot

The C510 offers a low-end option for the Cyber-shot line, but it's no wallflower.

By January 7, 2009


Motorola: A CTIA wallflower

The handset maker announced updates to its Razr, but the world's most popular cell phone just doesn't generate buzz like it used to. Photos: Motorola's CTIA lineup

By March 29, 2007


LG projector: wallflower power

LG projector: wallflower power

By January 4, 2006


Google's antisocial downside

When it comes to the online social-networking party, the search giant is playing the wallflower. Is that a wise move?

By July 13, 2006


Who's the coolest blogger of them all?

Google, search master and proprietor of the largest blog hub, is playing the wallflower when it comes to company blogging. Or at least some disapproving Googlers think so. [Missing Links]

By February 23, 2005


Gadgets galore at Japan show

photo gallery Ceatec exhibition features electronic gear from a "wallflower" touch screen to a fuel cell-powered mobile phone.

October 7, 2004


Commentary: Dances with penguins

Financial services firms should stop playing the wallflower, get on the dance floor--and enjoy the benefits of Unix reliability at Intel prices.

August 4, 2003