Gazelle is offering to lock in prices for used iPhones until October 1, after the next iPhone is rumored to hit stores.
Gadget trade-in service says BlackBerry users are turning in an all-time high volume of phones to buy up newer devices. The news follows an extended outage of BlackBerry service earlier this month and the launch of a new iPhone.
The electronics buyback service is seeing a used iPhone sold back every 15 seconds today and a spike in volume from all types of smartphone users, with the pending announcement of the latest iPhone.
Trying to outduel eBay and Amazon, Gazelle has bumped its price for a used iPad 2. But you can find better deals on certain models elsewhere.
Beginning with the original iPad as a test case, gadget trade-in service Gazelle is now selling on its own Web store devices that it's bought from customers.
In an exclusive interview, CNET News' Ina Fried talks with Helen Wang, the researcher behind Microsoft's Gazelle effort, which aims to make the browser more like an operating system.
Gazelle, a relaunched version of what was called Second Rotation, lets people resell unwanted gear. If it has no resale value, Gazelle will recycle it.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon asked the trade-in site Gazelle to offer some data about which smartphones retain their values best over time.
Just how much do iPhone prices go down before and after an Apple announcement? Trade-in service Gazelle has charted it out.
After people began sending gadgets in MacGyver-like packaging concoctions, buyback service Gazelle tried to make the perfect box.