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Microsoft has struck a deal which will make it easier for more Windows Phone users to pay for Marketplace apps via their phone bill.
Verizon is the first -- but perhaps not the sole -- carrier to decline Google's service as the jockeying for mobile real estate accelerates.
If you use Amazon's Price Check mobile app on Saturday to compare Amazon's price with that of a brick-and-mortar store, Amazon will give you a 5% break for your trouble.
Planning on shopping Saturday? Amazon will pay you up to $5 to buy online instead.
Record numbers of consumers are already shifting their shopping from PCs to mobile devices, and the bigger spenders are using iPads, research reveals.
Google releases its Google Offers app for Android phones making deals easier to find and take advantage of.
Those who purchased the Kindle with Special Offers version of Amazon's e-reader can now expunge the ads for a one-time fee of $30.
Google's mobile payment system could launch as soon as today. Here's a primer.
Do e-books need sound effects? One startup, Booktrack, thinks so.
While London riots, Amazon sees a huge spike in baseball bat sales in the United Kingdom. Are they being bought by rioters or concerned citizens? Surely not new MLB fans?
Whether you're in the market for a carton of eggs or a big-screen TV, these apps will make sure you find your way to the best deal.
Stepping away from your PC? Don't let it stop working for you--or for a lofty purpose. These eight freebies do everything from backup to scientific research, all while you're not looking.