Minneapolis residents and tourists who shop at the Mall of America are getting an added treat this month; a giant ice castles display outside.
Fires continue to burn out of control in New South Wales Australia. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Samsung unveiled a flexible, foldable smart phone prototype at the 2013 International CES in Las Vegas. The technology could lead to dramatic new screen designs and phone formats. AP’s Haven Daley has the details.
As court hearings continue this week for the suspect in the Aurora theater massacre, the father of a young man who was killed there says won’t attend. Tom Sullivan says he has spoken with prosecutors and has everything he needs.
Street dogs rounded up after a string of deadly dog attacks. Julie Noce reports.
A wearable communicator called the CommBadge is seeking funding on Indiegogo. The device would pair with your smartphone and work like a combination bluetooth headset and speakerphone.
Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai meets members of the US Senate. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
BlackRock (BLK) had its price target raised by Jefferies (JEF) as the company has been growing organically. A hold rating was issued with a price target of $215.
Google executive Eric Schmidt and U.S. diplomat Bill Richardson visit a computer center in North Korea. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Remember a while back when we confidently declared that 4K and OLED would be an “either or” proposition for consumers for the foreseeable future? Well, Sony went ahead and put us all in the time machine by announcing Monday at CES the world’s first 4K OLED. Despite this 56-inch marvel making a mockery of our predictive capabilities, we decided to give it the benefit of the doubt and have Sony’s Brian Siegel give us a tour.