If CES 2014 has your consumer engine revved up, this week's prize is just the one for you.
The e-commerce giant acquires the team and technology behind shopping research Web site Decide.com.
The company isn't close to making a final offer, but is currently thinking about it.
Deal for Israel-based facial-recognition technology company is said to be valued between $80 million and $100 million.
The retail giant says that customers can now browse more items on its Web site, and then opt to pay with cash by heading into a local store and dropping off the Benjamins.
It's a high-tech way to prevent buyer's remorse. A new Web site, YBuy.com, lets you try out gadgets and appliances before you pay for them. But this kind of membership service has a price, and limitations. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
The design-focused e-commerce site bought the online fashion marketplace for an undisclosed sum.
For Cyber Monday, Buy.com is selling the ad-supported Kobo Touch with Offers for $69.99.
Partnering with a facial recognition company, the dating site reportedly wants to help you get over your ex by finding you a duplicate (for a mere $5,000.)
With Father's Day almost here, you might have some shopping to do. How'd you like a gift certificate to an online retailer that sells just about everything?