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SOURCE Zazzle SAN FRANCISCO "National Geographic has built a reputation for producing images that inform, entertain and inspire. Through Zazzle, consumers will now have access to a wide range of these images and can use them to reflect their own personal style through a vast array of products, from wall decor to customized personal accessories," said Maura Mulvihill Zazzle will feature a variety of subjects drawn from National Geographic's catalog of images, including stunning wildlife and nature shots, landscapes and cityscapes. All imagery will be available on a wide range of custom products, inducing greeting cards, postage, consumer electronic

Online art buyers have long lacked a way to accurately visualize art on their walls, forcing shoppers to purchase without the certainty of seeing how the piece will look in their own living space. To solve this problem, Zazzle, an online product customization and visualization platform, launched Realview, an easy-to-use tool that enables anyone to instantly and accurately visualize posters on their own walls.

New York City -- Electronic Arts, the Redwood City, Calif.-based sports video game developer, will make its freestanding retail debut this fall, opening an EA Sports store in North Carolina’s Charlotte/Douglas International Airport. The company is looking to open at least two additional stores in the next year.

Brides and catalogers turn to online registries National retail chains used to dominate the wedding gift registry market. Now the Web is cutting catalogers a bigger piece of the $35 billion wedding cake as online gift registries make registering and shopping for gifts easier for far-flung guests. Renowned gift catalogs, including Ross-Simons and, have already put their popular real-world registries online. Now Web gift registry networks are making cross-catalog registrations possible so that a bride and groom with eclectic tastes can register for everything from fine china to outdoor recreation gear. These registries include Della & James (, which was

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