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If you’ve been on the lookout for a new pair of headphones recently, you might’ve noticed some new trends, like true wireless and noise cancellation. The innovation in the space … Read more
A piano made out of bananas. A Play-Doh Tetris game. A whisk and pie-tin drum set. Visitors to the Engadget Expand event in New York City over the weekend got … Read more
You already know Best Buy sells all the latest tech products. Did you know we make some of them, too? We manufacture hundreds of unique products —from cellphone cases to smart TVs — under our five private-label brands: Insignia, Rocketfish, Platinum, Modal and Dynex. And we’ve been doing it for 15 years this month! These…
A statement from Best Buy Chairman and CEO Hubert Joly on tax reform. “I am encouraged by the latest efforts by the Administration and Congressional leaders to advance corporate tax … Read more
Shane KitzmanStaff Writer High-resolution audio is expanding to more than 250 Magnolia Home Theater locations across the nation beginning this week. Last year, Hi-Res Listening Station displays – developed with Sony Electronics – debuted in 82 Magnolia Design Centers at Best Buy, bringing studio-quality music to masses. High-resolution audio sounds like you’re standing right next…
Everyone screams how green they are as Earth Day nears. But Best Buy can prove it. Just last year, Best Buy recycled more than 96 million pounds of electronics. That … Read more