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New York start-up gets buzz by providing a marketplace for restaurant reservations. But if the hospitality industry has anything to say about it, it won't become the norm.
Employees at game store Slackers explain how they falsely claimed to be out of stock of Nintendo Wiis, then sold them at a higher markup on eBay.
We all know the Citroen DS3 is a very good car, it was a runaway hit when it was launched, taking on BMW's sainted Mini and holding its own. The convertible version has hit showrooms, and it borrows more than just a name from Citroen's past.
If you want to make an appointment at an Apple Store, you now have to use a valid Apple ID.
Ater implementing a lottery system for ordering the iPhone 4S, Apple's online store has resumed selling the device online and will ship by March 2.
It's our last show before we're off for a few weeks, but we'll post a few special Yuletide episodes of The 404 to keep you company during the holidays. On today's episode, we'll talk about ads coming to Instagram, how to stop the sale of scalped tickets, and the most awesomely useless 3D-printed object ever.
Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor grapples with ticket prices not matching what people are willing to pay. Why should he let a scalper pocket the extra bucks?
Ticketmaster (owned by Live Nation) is making some big changes in an attempt to overcome a tough concert season.
CEO Michael Rapino reportedly admits Live Nation is hoping to convince artists to charge more money for good concert seats, rather than letting scalpers take the difference.
If I want good seats to a sold-out show, I wait until the last minute and buy via the Internet. How long before everybody else figures this out?