Retail giant Amazon is acquiring the "one deal, one day" retailer Woot.com. According to Woot, the company will remain its own retailer, and not a part of Amazon's own site.
The creator of the daily deal posts his resignation and says farewell to the eccentric site.
Following in the vein of those rapid-fire, buy-it-while-it-lasts sites, Ideeli.com has launched its luxury shopping site and announced a round of Series A funding.
Motorola provided a batch of Xoom Android tablets to a second-hand website, but mistakenly some contained previous owners' data.
CNET's TV editor David Katzmaier shares his top TV picks of the season. CNET's Cheapskate Rick Broida reveals the best time to shop for that new TV and Darold Rydl from Woot.com explains Woot's popular "Bag of Crap".
DailyDeals.com is launching with strategy that shuns local and embracing national and e-commerce.
The World Health Organization semi-confirms what we've all suspected for years: it's probably not a good thing that mobile phones cause the cells in your brain to wiggle and change. Also, Lodsys continues its patent trolling unfettered by matters of conscience or threatening letters from Apple, and the PBS hackers turn their attention to Sony, as if Sony didn't have enough problems, already. --Molly
Looking for an easy way to convert a dusty old record collection into a 21st-century MP3 library? This USB turntable does the job. Welcome back, "Zenyatta Mondatta"!
The Sylvania HD1Z has solid specs, and it's available exclusively from Woot--which is actually launching the product today (and only today).
A not-very-close second-place player to Groupon in the daily deals market, this investment may give LivingSocial some extra momentum in the likely event that Groupon is acquired by Google.