You might think it's too late to save a buck or two for those last minute gifts, or maybe that it's too late to find cash to treat yourself while you're buying for everyone else. Well, here are some ways to find some extra scratch to make the yuletide that much brighter.
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This video, from the always-great LinusTechTips, is perfect if you're upgrading or building a gaming PC before the end of the year. The beginning is a straightforward rundown of which video card you should buy, and after the TLDR section is over, the nitty gritty of price-to-performance comes in.
Amazon shopping is coming to Australia - and it aims to have stores in every Australian state by 2017. If you have shares in Coles or Woolworths you should be worried. If you own an independent grocery store you should be very worried. Here's everything we know about Amazon's shopping strategy and how it will affect they way we buy goods in Australia.
When you shop for a new mattress, a lot of lingo is lost in translation and sounds necessary just because it's popular. The good news is that as far as comfort goes, some features, fancy as they are, are just less important.
If you want the ultimate in desktop screen space, you have two options: Get a bigger monitor, or get a 4K monitor. Both options offer you more space to spread out and work, and more pixels to cram your windows into, but two are the focus of many monitor-buyers today: Ultrawide and 4K. Let's see how they stack up, practically.
Kathy Sheeran is the author of Shopping Confessions and one of Australia’s leading shopping experts, whether it be online or at the register. We asked the self-described "shopping queen" to share her best bargain-hunter strategies. According to Sheeran, it's possible to capitalises on shopping sales via “double whammy" discounts to get up to 80 per cent off new season stock. Here are eight tips to help you land a significantly better deal.
Until recently, Amazon's review system allowed for a deceptively biased loophole: Users could receive free products from companies in exchange for an "honest" review. These were still pretty biased, so Amazon's getting rid of them.
It's important to read the fine print with just about everything — especially credit cards. Credit card companies use some pretty sneaky tactics to get you to sign up. They lure you with tempting offers that seem legit, but if you miss one iota of fine print, you're royally screwed. Here's what to watch out for, specifically, when you apply for a new credit card.