Obitz.com has revealed that customers browsing the site on an Apple computer aren't necessarily being shown the best deals the discount travel broker has to offer.
Sprints seems to be having a bit of trouble keeping its customers from jumping ship to AT&T or Verizon. The carrier is apparently so anxious to hold on to those it deems "at a high risk of leaving" that it's offering them up to $100 off their next phone upgrade.
Any Verizon customer who regrets picking up a new phone between Thanksgiving and the day of the Verizon iPhone announcement won't have to kick themselves too hard; the carrier's granting $200 debit cards to people with iPhone 4-inspired buyer's remorse.
Even Apple's getting in the Cyber Monday spirit! Much like its Black Friday savings, the savings aren't exactly doorbusters—but there are bargains to be had in the audio and accessory departments.
We're not sure what's gotten into iTunes today—perhaps someone's just in a great mood—but a bevy of fantastic games are deeply discounted. Check out the best of the slash-priced titles, and get it while you still can.
If you're an Android fan on AT&T, you're only serious option is the Samsung Captivate. And aren't you lucky! AmazonWireless is selling the handset for a penny on-contract—a $199.99 discount. No word on how long the deal will last, but it's a nice shot at a Galaxy S phone on the supercheap. [Amazon via Engadget]
For any aspiring website entrepreneurs/squatters out there, Go Daddy's running a promotion through August 31st that gets you one .com domain for $1 for one year. Just enter SCHOOL99 at checkout, and fartzzz.com is yours for a buck! You can't buy in bulk, but it looks like you can go back and snap up individual domains…
You can count on Professor Dealzmodo to show you the best deals on the web, but what if you're looking for savings in your immediate proximity? That's when you pull out your iPhone and fire up The Dealmap app.
If you're head over heels for an iPad, it will pay to be a teacher or some other figure in an educational institution.
Black Friday is a week away, and thousands of markdowns are already announced. Our master list of Giz-friendly deals—a hefty read—includes similar items priced differently at different stores. Keep it refreshed, cuz we'll be updating it all week.
Here's another sign from the depressing liquidation battlefield that is currently Circuit City stores across the U.S. Sad as this whole thing is for the employees, there are some taking it in stride. [Thanks, Scott!]
Jim Jannard has announced a price reduction on their Scarlet and EPIC cameras, their latest modular systems for still and motion photography. Plus, now there are multiple trade-in upgrade paths:
Do what you will with this, but the folks at HE2006 are offering $5 tickets to the show at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel in LA on June 1-4, 2006. Just type in the promo code "GIZMODO" and get the hook-up.