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Savvy shoppers are putting their smartphones to good use and downloading apps that can save them money. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the new popularity of coupon apps.
Consumers get a majority of their deals from retailer Web sites, not daily deal sites like Groupon or Living Social.
Save coupons with your phone's camera, grab coupons others have shared, and get notified when you're in a store that accepts any of them.
Put away your scissors and use SnipSnap on your iPhone to scan and store coupons.
This handy browser extension saves you the time and hassle of searching for discount codes, springing into action once you reach the checkout page for nearly any store.
Five-year-old Incentive Targeting joins Google as part of the company's mobile commerce efforts.
This holiday season, let technology help you find the best deals on presents. It's always frustrating to be at the checkout counter ready to have your purchases rung up when you know you have a great coupon for that store...sitting on your kitchen table. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on two new smartphone apps that ensure your savings are always in your pocket.
Spammers take advantage of the rising popularity of e-mailed advertisements by mimicking them and attaching viruses.
Passbook provides one place for tickets and coupons, with alerts for updates such as plane delays or the proximity of a merchant for whom the user has a card.
The company will use the influx of cash to build up its consumer base and forge more relationships with merchants.