Thanks to the wonders of the web there’s no excuse for keeping three old iPhones in a drawer or letting an old tablet gather dust. There are now a huge number of sites and apps willing to turn your unwanted stuff into cold, hard cash—and these are the ways you can make sure the process is as smooth and profitable as…
I’m a gadget nerd. I love having the latest and greatest phone. But my wife is more frugal—she’d rather run her phone into the ground before upgrading. But is upgrading every three years really more cost effective than upgrading every year? I ran some numbers to find out.
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If you've been thinking of upgrading up a new iPad Air, or if your old iPad is just gathering dust, Target is offering a rare opportunity to get decent trade-in value for ancient hardware.
I'm about to sell my phone, and I want to erase my data. Are the built-in methods secure? Could someone with data recovery software still uncover my private information?
Moving can be a horror, but it's also a wonderful opportunity to get rid of all your crap. The boxed stuff that goes from apartment to garage to storage to house? Dump it. The furniture you don't even like? Sell it. Start fresh, live clean.
Services like Gazelle and ecoNew are great, because you can sell them your old, unwanted gadgets for a decent price, and they'll be recycled, which is better than just throwing them in the trash. Ecosquid makes this process easy.
Didn't these people's mammas teach them right? What kind of fool would take a reasonably priced listing for $250 on this Craigslist for a Nintendo Wii and flag it as inappropriate? The kinda fool that wants to sell their own for $350 and get rid of all the competition. These people got pea brains, and they're punks on…
If you want to dump off your old cellphone, camera or MP3 player but don't want to deal with the hassle of not getting robbed off Craigslist, check out Second Rotation. These guys have a gigantic "bluebook"-like list of what gadgets are worth and will pay you cash money within ten days of receiving the item (provided…
Second hand tech usually go the way of Craigslist or eBay. One is a den of cheapskates and scamsters, and the other is a den of cheapskates and thieves. What's a guy to do? Perhaps this new Flippid service is the solution.