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The Monday after Thanksgiving, better known as "Cyber Monday," is expected to be the most popular shopping day of the year, beating out the traditional Black Friday. According to AmEx, 55 percent of consumers plan to shop online that day versus the 52 percent who will actually go to the stores. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings us some tips on navigating the online deals.
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It's not too late to reap the rewards of the biggest online shopping day of the year. Grab these apps for iOS and Android to take advantage of the best Cyber Monday discounts.
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