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Apple’s annual “Black Friday” sale is happening in its retail stores and online until midnight tonight. The big difference this year? Rather than taking money off some products, Apple is offering Apple Store gift cards when you purchase major hardware items. Our verdict? That’s not as good as a proper saving.
Last week, we compiled a list of the best Xbox One online deals to coincide with the console’s launch. (As expected, there weren’t many deals to go around.) Now it’s the PlayStation 4′s turn and demand is even higher. However, a few retailers are still promising delivery before the end of the year if you pre-order now. Here’s an overview of the online deals that are still accepting orders — and when you can expect to receive them.
Black Friday deals aren’t that common in Australia, but one company that does normally take part is Apple. A teaser link on the Apple Australia site confirms that it will be offering deals this Friday — but that doesn’t mean you’ll save a lot of money.
The Telecommunications Consumer Protections (TCP) Code means that phone companies have to be relatively honest about what a given mobile service costs you, but that doesn’t mean they won’t try and wring money out of you in other ways. Here are five examples of how phone companies can be sneaky with their charges.
Whether you’re hitting the road or taking to the skies, a digital companion makes it much easier plan your itinerary, ensure your tickets and connections are all lined up and find things to do when you arrive. This week, we’re looking at five of the best travel planning apps or services, based on your nominations.