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  • Decide.com Brings Its Price Comparisons To iPad; Reveals Plans To Expand To Household Goods & Cars

    Decide.com Brings Its Price Comparisons To iPad; Reveals Plans To Expand To Household Goods & Cars

    Smart shopping service Decide.com, which started off with a focus on consumer electronics before its recent addition of home appliances, is a unique player in the comparison shopping market. The service doesn’t just return prices and reviews, it actually tells whether to buy or wait to buy a given product by analyzing market conditions, trends, news, product release history, and more. Read More

  • 3D A Relative Flop, TV Manufacturers Talk Up Apps

    What do you do when you hype up a relatively nascent video technology that is intrinsically unpopular because of the anti-social tendencies foisted upon its customers as well as the perception that it’s “Just a gimmick?” Pretend it never existed and add on another gimmick! CES is coming up in January and expect the run up to include almost no talk of 3D TV and plenty of… Read More

  • CEA members don't like carting away garbage, try to beat NYC recycling laws


    The CEA represents the CE industry and runs CES. The CE industry likes to make and ship thing but it doesn’t like to recycle them. Therefore, in the proud tradition of astroturfing, it’s fighting back against New York City Local Laws 13 and 21 of 2008 which, in a nutshell, says that all CE manufacturers must pick up and recycle broken or obsolete equipment. Obviously CE… Read More