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  • TrackIf helps consumers track prices online

    More than 9,000 people are tracking the prices on various KitchenAid mixers through TrackIf, an online service that started last year in Minnetonka, Minn. And about the same number of shoppers are using the tool to keep tabs on the Canon PowerShot digital...
  • Kevin Hunt: Apple's iOS 8 Shuts Door On Retailers' In-Store Spying On Shoppers

    Kevin Hunt: Apple's iOS 8 Shuts Door On Retailers' In-Store Spying On Shoppers
    The arrival of iOS 8, the latest Apple operating system for mobile devices introduced Sept. 9 with the iPhone 6, will make it harder for retailers to spy on unsuspecting shoppers. Some people choose to announce on Facebook or Twitter where they're...
  • Rakuten says to buy U.S. rebate site operator Ebates for $1 billion

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten Inc said on Tuesday it would buy U.S. Internet discounter Ebates Inc for $1 billion, extending an acquisition spree in a deal whose logic has been questioned by analysts and investors alike. The move...
  • Amazon cuts Fire Phone price to as low as 99 cents with AT&T contract

    Amazon made a name for itself by selling products dirt-cheap, even if it came at a loss. Now comes one of the online retailer's craziest-sounding offers. Amazon chopped about $200 off the prices of its first smartphone on Monday, making a 32-gigabyte...
  • Hallmark Cards' Family-Oriented SVOD Service SpiritClips Renamed 'Feeln'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - SpiritClips, an Internet subscription video-on-demand service owned by Hallmark Cards targeting the kids-and-family demo, has renamed itself "Feeln" as the company expands its content lineup and tries to carve out a niche...
  • Shrinking middle class takes a toll on retailers

    Retailers just reported another quarter of disappointing results. It's been five years since the recession ended, and many have cut outlooks for the rest of the year. Even Amazon.com, which has been around for 20 years, can't invest in itself and turn...
  • Microsoft to buy 'Minecraft' maker for $2.5 billion

    Microsoft to buy 'Minecraft' maker for $2.5 billion
    What started as a one-man project and quickly grew into a computer game phenomenon played by tens of millions of children and adults worldwide will be absorbed by Microsoft Corp. for $2.5 billion. Microsoft announced Monday that it will buy the maker of...
  • Alibaba talks corporate governance to potential IPO investors

    Alibaba talks corporate governance to potential IPO investors
    (Reuters) - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd founder Jack Ma on Monday surprised potential investors at a standing-room only event in New York by addressing governance concerns over the Chinese e-commerce giant, including a controversial 2010 spin-off of its...
  • It's Freebie Friday! Free museum visits, gas for $2.50, $25 off at Starbucks

    It's Freebie Friday! Free museum visits, gas for $2.50, $25 off at Starbucks
    Happy Freebie Friday! It's time for another fabulous freebie free-for-all! This weekend, get into museums and natonal parks for free, pocket a free Apple iPhone 6 models with trade-in through Tuesday, gas up in Coral Springs for $2.50 a gallon and...
  • Shopping, charity blend at Shop2Care

    Shopping, charity blend at Shop2Care
    Shop online as you normally would, and you'll be donating to charity. That's the idea behind Shop2Care.org, a nonprofit launched this month by serial entrepreneur and philanthropist Mark Asofsky of Delray Beach. Shop2Care channels the rebates that...
  • Which of these 5 new Amazon series would you greenlight?

    Nobody knows anything in Hollywood. Those words of wisdom from screenwriter William Goldman never ring truer than they do during pilot season, that barbaric ritual in which smug executives look at dozens of sample episodes and decide which ones deserve to...