Announced in October, Apple’s 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro carried a starting price of $1,700. Apple has now cut that to $1,500 and upgraded other MacBook models as well.
Deals & Shopping
Between now and Saturday, you can get $200 off a MacBook Air from Best Buy. There are four models available.
Buy.com is selling a 12-month membership card to Xbox Live for $35 today — it’s normally $60.
It’s a double deal Monday, with Amazon lopping $50 off each of its large-format Kindle HD tablets and Best Buy trimming iPhone prices by $50 as well.
The e-commerce behemoth’s experimental service aims to deliver an array of products in about an hour — which is even harder than it sounds.
Microsoft’s campaign against Google Shopping leaves me cold — and Bing Shopping isn’t so impressive.
When Cyber Monday-esque deals of 40% and 50% off sitewide start appearing before Thanksgiving and become commonplace on Black Friday, is there much point to Cyber Monday itself?
It looks like the Wii U may be sold out, which means it’s time to put on black and go into mourning. Gnash your teeth. Wail. Shrug if you couldn’t care less. Or pay embarrassing amounts of money to have one, day one.
The battle for holiday shopper dollars continues with the launch of the most impressive-sounding price-matching policy offered yet. As it turns out, the policy isn’t being offered by a retailer, but the payment processor PayPal.
About 18 months ago, I was one of the first to write about what I thought Amazon’s business model would be for its tablet that launched last fall. I had heard from my sources in Taiwan that Amazon was looking at selling the …
Google Play – formerly known as the Android Market — has passed 25 billion app downloads. A large majority of those were from me, I admit. I get so frustrated playing Angry Birds that I uninstall it and swear I’ll never play …