Are you tired of reading rumors about the latest technology? Sick of hearing insane rumors about Microsoft, Google, 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 Nexus 4 is essentially the lovechild of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and an LG Optimus G, and it comes close to what we imagine Google wanted its original smartphone to be like all along. But how well does this 4.7" quad-core smartphone meet the public's needs?
The dealnews Podcast Episode 237 fondly looks back at this year's Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The panel talks about our experiences during on those days, how much the average American spent, what it means for the holiday season, who the best and worst merchants were, and other holiday shopping topics.
If you're on the prowl for a new HDTV, you've come to the right place. We've updated our roundup of the best Black Friday HDTV ads, with deals from retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and Target. Unfortunately, 3D deals were scarce, but we found a 50" 1080p HDTV for $298, a 32" set for $97, and a brand-name 40" model for $180 to help you forget about it.
By Louis Ramirez, dealnews Senior Feature Writer and Jeff Somogyi, dealnews Media Editor
By now we've seen the leaks, analyzed the circulars, and highlighted the best Black Friday laptops, HDTVs, and toys. But what about the small electronics, like tablets, smartphones, cameras, and MP3 players? Inside we've compiled a master list of the best Black Friday deals on electronics, which includes the hottest Android smartphone of the year for just a buck.
One of the most underutilized ways consumers can save money is by taking advantage of stores' price matching policies, and in an age when every penny counts there's no excuse for ignoring this valuable tool. It's important to know exactly which retailers offers what and equally important to know which merchants don't offer anything at all.
The dealnews Podcast Episode 236 is here to dole out just a bit more Black Friday knowledge. In this doorbusting episode, the panel talks about what not to buy on Black Friday, Walmart guaranteeing certain items in stock for Black Friday, results of our Black Friday reader survey, Amazon Prime monthly subscriptions, Ikea's interactive "catalog", and more!
By now, most savvy shoppers realize that there's no truth to the misconception that you should shop in-store on Black Friday and wait until Cyber Monday for online deals. But if online offers are available throughout the entire weekend, what makes Cyber Monday different? Are there certain items that see better deals if you wait? We rummaged through our archives from last year to find out.
Every Thanksgiving, families nationwide assemble around the table waiting for the most honored guest: the turkey. And every year it's a delicious meal, albeit not exactly the same; there are, after all, several ways to cook a turkey! Inside are our favorite methods to prepare and cook the Thanksgiving Day bird, and the tools required to do so. And with the big day just over a week away, now's the time to test out a new technique or two.
Among the more anticipated Black Friday ads is the one from Walmart, and it just hit the Internet. For a rundown on which deals are noteworthy (or notorious), as well as details on Walmart's unusual doorbuster guarantee, read on!
The dealnews Podcast Episode 235 is here to tell you everything you need to know about Black Friday. In this doorbusting episode, the panel talks about how Black Friday will be different; Black Friday 2012 price predictions; store hours; how stores are leveraging mobile devices; historically awesome/bad deals, and more!
If you're like us, chances are you have more than one gadget on your Black Friday shopping list. Today, we're adding RadioShack to our list of analyzed Black Friday ads. But as it turns out, only one of RadioShack's promotions can be considered an actual deal. Here are some of the ad's highlights disappointments.
Who hasn't daydreamed about being an international super spy? The adventure! The action! The dubious morals! The getting shot at, being disavowed by your government, and left for dead in a foreign prison! Hmmm ... OK, it doesn't all sound so great. But that doesn't mean you can't pretend to be James Bond in the safety of your own home by picking up one of these spy gadget deals we've rounded up for you!
Today, we analyze the Black Friday ad leaks from Pep Boys and Ace Hardware. We scrutinize how do they stack up to each other and, more importantly, to historical price trends. Is it worth getting out of bed to get down to either of these stores on Black Friday?
Marty Moe has gone from AOL to The Verge and is now on to his latest endeavor, Polygon, which hopes to do what The Verge did for tech for coverage, but for the $25 billion gaming industry. To find out more about the launch, we sat down with Marty Moe just hours after Polygon went live to talk about his plans for the site, and how he hopes it will stand out among the countless portals covering the gaming universe.
Are you tired of reading rumors about the latest technology? Sick of hearing insane rumors about Star Wars, Apple, Netflix, 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!