Buying gifts online is the easiest way to be frugal: you can compare prices from stores and if you're smart with free shipping, it ends up being a lot less expensive. But if you're a slacker and forget, you'll be panicking in a depressingly-lit mall on Christmas Eve trying to fit a bunch of mediocre products into your…
Although you probably shouldn't preorder Microsoft's Surface tablet, that doesn't mean you shouldn't upgrade your existing machines to Windows 8. It's coming on October 26—they've already even spotted it on store shelves. It will improve your computing experience: Windows 8 brings a slick new interface, gestures to…
I hear a lot about those damned netbooks as hot buys this season, but Prof. Dealzmodo suggests getting something that's actually, you know...useful. HTPCs baby. There has never been a better time:
Black Friday may be when prices drop, but if you've carefully read the list of deals, you can tell it's also a BS marketing gimmick. Here's how not to get fooled (plus, what gadgets to avoid at any price):
I only watch a handful of the 200+ DirecTV channels I pay for. To see whether I could survive without the pricey service, I simply went without it. I soon wondered why we all don't just turn off traditional TV.
School is back in session, and if you want to pass this class and become a savvy tech shopper I strongly suggest that you read over the following material. It could save you a lot of money one day.
Did you know that in most states, you can brew up to 100 gallons of beer or wine per adult in your home, 200 gallons max? So why are you still buying it from the supermarket?
For many of us, air conditioning results in our biggest utility expense during the summer months. Well, summer is officially here, and so is Prof. Dealzmodo to lay some tips on you for keeping cool without going broke.
Last week I provided a few basic green upgrades that can help you save money. This time around it's all about tech that will save money and potentially increase the value of your home.
A new tax year has begun which provides a great opportunity to do a little financial spring cleaning. Even in a tough economy, it is possible to spend less without making major sacrifices.
If you are a thrifty consumer, you probably already know that using price comparison sites are a great way to save money on gadgets. But I am tired of shopping around for shopping sites.
Even if you are a Giants fan like me, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about the Super Bowl. It's an excuse to drink beer, eat little cocktail weenies—and get great gadget deals.
January is a time for New Year's resolutions, a time when we tearfully grab a hunk of belly flab and decide to buy fitness gadgets and gym memberships. Don't waste your money.
I know—a juicy sale price on a gadget is hard to resist. But the extras associated with these items are the real killers. It's time to look beyond the tag in search of values.