Would be tablet buyers, tis the season to keep your eyes wide open, because retailers are eager to win your business, and that means one thing: deals.
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Looking for a way to better organize yourself in preparation of Black Friday? You might want to check out SlickDeals new Black Friday app. Keep reading for more details!
The Sears 2013 Black Friday full ad has leaked, but it doesn’t include that many Android deals, especially when compared with other retailers.
Check out Walmart’s 2013 Black Friday full ad is available, which contains several interesting Android and Android-related deals. Read on for more details!
The Best Buy 2013 Black Friday full ad is available, revealing various interesting Android and Android-related deals. Read on for more deals details!
While Android is on the rise nominally in terms of devices sold and in its market share, there seems to be a paradox at work. More and more people are buying Android smartphones and tablets. But the rate of engagement or online purchasing activity is not growing as fast.
Black Friday typically marks the day where retailers enjoy huge sales numbers and return to profit. Seeing that Amazon didn’t do quite well on the third quarter, there’s nothing like a good price push to sell a couple more of Kindle Fire devices and help turn things around.
A new study, released by IBM, reveals that the iPhone, iPad topped the Black Friday online shopping sprees, but not when it comes to mobile devices users purchased, but devices used to snag Black Friday deals from when shopping online.
According to eBay and PayPal (a subsidiary of eBay), Thanksgiving 2012 brought a 2.5-fold in the global volume of mobile transactions over the same day of 2011. Also, the number of customers that used tablets or smartphones to shop this Thanksgiving was 164% higher than last year.