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Apple & Publishers Sued for Price Fixing, But How Much Should eBooks Cost?
Apple and five book publishers were slapped with a lawsuit from the U.S. Department of Justice yesterday, with charges that they have conspired to fix prices on eBooks. Some analysts believe the result could eventually mean lower prices for consumers. But how much do you think an eBook should cost anyway?
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Best Buy Wants You to Stop Using Its Stores as Showrooms
Best Buy caused a stir when it announced that it would close 50 stores and focus its efforts on mobile technology. Then, the retailer disclosed that its CEO, Brian Dunn, was resigning. A seismic executive shift and a reconsideration for what it sells is worrying behavior to say the least, but how will these events impact the bottom line for consumers?
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dealnews Podcast - Episode 206: Project Dwayne Wayne
The dealnews Podcast Episode 206 is here! This week, Jeff, Louis, and Dan ponder the billion dollars Facebook just spent on Instagram, get cross-eyed thinking about Google's Project Glass, combat cell phone theft with the FCC, and more.
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The Consumerist Explains Why EA Was Awarded the Golden Poo for 2012
The Golden Poo Award is bestowed upon the champ of the corporate chumps in The Consumerist's annual Worst Company in America Award. This year the honor went to an unlikely winner: Electronic Arts, which publicly pooh-poohed the award. dealnews talked to Chris Morran at The Consumerist to find out how the video game company has run afoul with customers.
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