Did you know that Amazon keeps a list of every item you’ve ever viewed on its website? Here’s how to manage the history on your account including how to disable history or remove items from it.
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This is the week that culminates as a festive orgy of–no, not turkey, not even football–but shopping. Serious shoppers are eyeing Black Friday and counting on getting the best bargains of the year beginning one minute after midnight the day after Thanksgiving. But, warns Lindsay Sakraida, features director at dealnews.com, don’t assume that the lowest […]
The “Nearby in stock” checkbox is by no means a new Google search feature, but its getting better everyday and I felt it was worthwhile to highlight it in case you missed it. Basically, when you search for a product online—be it replacement vacuum bags, an obscure nostalgia candy or a wacky herbal supplement—Google subtly […]
If you’ve ever used Craigslist before then you know what a mess it can be trying to browse it. Want an easier way to find your used goods at a bargain price? We’ve looked previously at how to use RSS feeds to keep up on specific items being posted. What though, when it comes to […]
This week Amazon changed up their Video on Demand pricing structure, and it serves up a real treat for Amazon Prime members. Current paid Amazon Prime members can now watch 2000+ unlimited, commecial-free videos at the grooviest price ever –Free! Many of the more popular TV-series and new-release movies are still pay-per-view, but with 2000+ […]
With all the presents we’re getting around Christmas and the upcoming year of 2011, Microsoft has decided to surprise us too. Microsoft’s seventh retail store is opening this week in Bellevue. Aside from just purchasing Microsoft products, you will be able to test most of them, play some Kinect, talk to an expert or attend […]
Yup, you heard it, Microsoft is going to be opening retail stores. As we know, Apple has many retail stores, but as their expansion is beginning to recede Microsoft plans to get a foot in the door. Let’s take a look at why a giant software developer would be interested in opening brick and mortar […]