Consumers adore a bargain and with the emergence of the savvy shopper who uses price comparison sites and apps to find the best deals, it has become ultra-competitive. If retailers don’t “take part”, the fear is that they will miss out or lose their customer base to a competitor so it can be really difficult for a retailer to decide on their strategy in dealing with this shopping period.
The holidays are here, and the sheer volume of purchases, overworked staff and disorienting crowds offer criminals the perfect scenario for taking advantage of well-meaning consumers. The good news is that you can protect yourself by adopting good shopping habits and simply being aware of certain identity theft tactics that can leave you and your personal data vulnerable.
6780680-colorful-christmas-lights-wallpaperThe holidays are fast approaching, and it is a time of year when spirits are high and people are at their busiest. There are several ways home automation can help make this season more fun and easier than it has ever been before. Read on for some techniques to upgrade these celebratory months.
You might be surprised to know that many products used daily in civilian life were actually invented for military use — hello, cargo pants. While the list is rather lengthy, we picked five of our favorite products that have roots in the U.S. military.
The Institute for Highway Safety reported in July 2015 that the average car on US roads today is a whopping 11.5 years. So if your car’s version of high-tech is a power sunroof and Monsoon CD sound system, you’re in for a treat when you decide to start car-shopping, particularly if your love for gadgets has grown over the past decade.