Among the new releases, a commercial for General Electric Software tells a story of two fuel gauges: one that doesn't save fuel and one that does, allowing for additional flights. Meanwhile, the 2015 Can-Am Spyder lineup has arrived, and the brand is urging consumers to "experience the complete freedom and confidence" the vehicle has to offer.
A spot for the Microsoft Surface 3 tablet makes class look like a blast. The gadget, a budget-friendly tablet and laptop combo, allows youngsters to zoom in and out on plant cell diagrams, take notes in algebra class and check out other sites -- definitely not Facebook or Twitter -- that help them focus on learning.
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