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Senior Editor Yardena Arar helps you avoid the gotchas and pitfalls of buying and using technology products.
Not All Free Credit Reports Are Created Equal
The FTC counters FreeCreditReport.com ads with parodies promoting its AnnualCreditReport.com--and goes after credit-repair scam sites.
Selling Netbooks With Phone-Style Plans
AT&T is starting to subsidize netbook purchases for customers who sign up for a two-year data plan. Sound familiar?
Did Belkin Really Need Fake User Reviews?
A Belkin employee was caught offering payment for positive reviews--but that doesn't mean the company's products are bad.
Cell-Phone Insurance: A Bet on Bad Luck?
You can insure most handsets against theft, loss, and damage; consider it if you're married to your mobile.
Six Common HDTV Showroom Pitfalls
HDTV buyers beware: Things that you see or hear when inspecting sets in a store can be extremely misleading.
Scout for Deals Long Before Black Friday
You shouldn’t wait until the last minute to snap up great deals. But you have to know what a bargain looks like.
Still Nervous About Online Shopping? Really?
Assurz, a service that promised no-hassle returns, is no more, but BuySafe seeks to reassure online shoppers about obscure e-commerce sites.
Make Banks Compete for Your Deposits
In MoneyAisle's real-time auctions, banks bid up rates on certificates of deposit and savings accounts.
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