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Serious Luxury: 7 of the Most Expensive Things for Your Home

Everyone loves to think about what they would buy if they won the lottery. So we've rounded up the most expensive luxuries for the home that we could find — as well as normally-priced dishwashers, fridges, and tubs, just for comparison.

Rumor Roundup: An Even Thinner iPad mini? Tremors Reboot? More?

Are you tired of reading rumors about the latest technology? Sick of hearing insane hearsay about iPads, Nintendo, Kevin Bacon movies, and more? Well, neither are we! Hooray! That's why we put all the latest biz-buzz from the internet into one place, the Rumor Roundup!

The Week's Best Shoe Deals: Sales and Clearance Edition

This week's best shoe deals are all clearances or sales on large inventories of some of our favorite brands and stores. Get up to 66% off at Nike, stackable discounts at Target, and much more.

Where to Watch Free Movies and TV Online

The spread of broadband Internet is changing the way we watch TV and movies. A lot of people are cutting the cable company cord or dropping that satellite service in favor of online streaming, and we've compiled a list of the best free (and cheap) streaming websites.

Best Tablet Deals: Editors' Choice Deals, Current & Previous-Gen iPads

The week's best tablet deals include Editors' Choice sales on Apple-, Windows-, and Android-based tablets. Included in our roundup is Lenovo's ThinkPad Tablet 2, discounts on the previous- and current-generation iPads, and a sitewide sale on Dell Venue tablets at Dell Outlet.

The Best and Worst Things to Buy in August

August is a fantastic month for shopping, but you still need to shop wisely. Back-to-school sales and state sales tax holidays mean laptop deals are hot — but watch out for Apple's notoriously bad discounts. That, plus travel, patio furniture, and more!

Best Airfare Sales: 1-Way Flights to Europe from $153, Cheap Domestic Rates

We've rounded up five of this week's best travel deals on airfare so that you can spend less money on getting there and more money on spoiling yourself. Get all-time low 1-way flights to Europe on Norwegian Airlines or fly domestically on Virgin America from as little as $62.10 1-way.

Deal Shoppers, This is Your Life: A Week in the Shoes of a Savvy Consumer

We took a look at traffic on our app, website, and emails, and unearthed some fascinating trends; like, for example, the fact that app usage spikes at noon. (Might you all be reading this during your lunch break?)

Back-to-School Savings: Cowboom, Sears, & Amazon are Top of the Class

Preparing to head back to school for a new term, whether you're big or small, is rarely a joyous affair. But some of our favorite stores are offering school-ready tech items, clothing, and backpacks at prices worth celebrating. We've rounded up the very best back-to-school sales.

It's a Great Week for Comic Deals: Free Digital Issues, Video Games, and More

From Captain America to The Walking Dead, this week's best comic book deals include a superhero for everyone. Need to give your eyes a break? Head over to Sony's PSN sale where you can find comic book-themed games for as low as $2.44.

Best Laptop Deals: 2 MacBook Air Deals That Beat Apple's Back-to-School Sale

Apple laptops tend to dominate many college campuses. But if Apple's premium prices keep you from your dream machine, fear not, for this week's best laptop deals include two Editors' Choice 2014 MacBook Air deals that trump Apple's own back-to-school sale. We've also got deals on Lenovo's updated Flex 2 hybrid and a do-it-all desktop replacement from HP.

Amazon's First Fire Phone Commercial: It's All About the Prime

Amazon released its first Fire Phone TV commercial, and you'd think the store would hype the device's unique features, right? Instead, the ad spot talks a lot about that sizable freebie that comes with the phone, Amazon Prime. But as it turns out, this isn't all that surprising.

Best Smartphone Deals: Top-Reviewed iOS, Android, and Windows Models

We're big believers that used and refurbished goods, when purchased wisely, can be an amazing way to get great deals on devices that are practically as good as when they came out of the factory. This week's best smartphone deals are not only used or refurbished: they also offer the freedom of being unlocked or pre-paid. There's an affordable iPhone, a Samsung Galaxy S4 with 4G, and much more.

Best HDTV Deals: 2 PC Mag Award-Winning TVs From $319

This week's best TV deals are loaded with Editors' Choice sets, starting with a 50" LG plasma model that has hit rock bottom at $399. We've also found two PC Mag Editors' Choice budget TVs starting at just $319. Last but not least, Dell Home offers an unbeatable LG TV bundle complete with Blu-ray player and $150 gift card.

5 Reasons Why Now is the Time to Invest in a Canon Camera

Rarely do we focus an entire roundup on a single brand. But the folks at Canon are proving our belief that factory-refurbished electronics provide some of the best deals around, with digital camera sales to fit any budget.

The 10 Smartest Things to Buy During the Editors' Choice J.Crew Sale

J. Crew is about to wrap up one of the best sales it has ever offered, so we took it upon ourselves to point out the purchases that get you the most bang for your buck. From crucial summer hats to playful staples, here are the smartest things you can buy during the Editors' Choice sale.

Majoring in Affordability: Ways to Cut Down on Costs for College

In case you haven't noticed, we're in a lot of student loan debt. As of the end of 2013, the figure had soared to $1.08 trillion. But if you're willing to get creative and consider alternative approaches, you can cut down on some of the big expenses.

Every State That Offers a Sales Tax Free Weekend in 2014

Tax holidays are ideal for back-to-school shoppers who need new clothes or supplies, while anyone who wants to upgrade to a new computer can avoid a hefty sales tax fee. Find out if and when your state participates.

Weekend Jolt: Vonage Phone System for Free, Cheapest Ever Acer 16" Laptop

Whether you're shopping to enable self-improvement or procrastination, we've found a host of new sales and savings to help you save big on small treats. Dick's Sporting Goods is hosting its best ever sale, while you can bag the cheapest ever Acer 16" laptop at Fry's. These deal, and more are in today's list of five Editors' Choice deals that we found overnight and early this morning.

Rumor Roundup: Is Harry Potter a Villain? Giant iWatches? More?

Are you tired of reading rumors about the latest technology? Sick of hearing insane hearsay about Harry Potter, Apple iWatches, Microsoft, and more? Well, neither are we! Hooray! That's why we put all the latest biz-buzz from the internet into one place, the Rumor Roundup!

This Amazing 5-Star 'Garden of Ireland' Deal Has Dropped $678 in Price

A few months ago, we were thrilled to find a deal on stays at the lovely Powerscourt hotel in Ireland (a personal favorite), and we sang its praises in a feature. This week however, we found an even better deal that knocks an additional $400 off the price, so we're back again with reasons why you should really consider booking a trip to the Emerald Isle.

Video Review: Is a Ziploc Bag as Good as a Waterproof Case for Your Gadget?

The beach. Water parks. The toilet. These are all places where your beloved iPhone can find itself taking a nasty, warranty-voiding bath. Several items on the market purport to keep your gadgets dry in these situations, but how well do they really work? And do you have to spend a lot to get acceptable water protection?

Why All the Perks? Because You'll Spend 68% More With Amazon Prime

Despite the fact that a recent poll found that Amazon Prime subscribers aren't all that interested in the program's non-shipping benefits, Amazon still offers a growing stable of perks to draw in more $99-per-year subscribers. In fact, every perk, every app, and even every piece of Amazon hardware is designed with a singular purpose: to draw you into the Amazon ecosystem, by way of a Prime subscription, so you can ultimately spend more money.

Is This the Worst Way to Cram People Onto an Airplane?

Since airfare is the primary source of income for airlines, they're always looking for ways to cram more and more people onto each flight. To that end, Airbus, a manufacturer of flying machines, has registered a patent for a unique solution to this problem. How would you fit more people on a flying machine? Join the discussion!

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