This article was originally published by Jim Lynch from TechSoup. We loved the post and thought we would share. I admit that this holiday angle is a bit of a challenge. The holidays are the time for letting go, for hilarity, parties, gift giving, decorating, feasting, and spending lots of money. In America, this produces
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Though many people will be doing last minute holiday shopping via the Internet, many more will be braving the crowds to get those early bargains-and several of them will be carrying their cellular phones. Everyone with a smartphone or tablet will be able to use certain apps to make their holiday shopping a better experience.
Along with the flood of good cheer, food and festivities, money flows in abudnace during the holiday season. With the whirl of vacations, family events and holiday parties, tis easy to become distracted. In a world domainated by online commerce in a season where online shopping levels are at their highest, the risk of becoming
If you are like most of us, you missed out on the unlimited, all-you-can-eat wireless plans for your smartphone and have a metered or even capped wireless data plan. This can be extremely frustrating as many of the coolest mobile apps can be data hogs draining your wireless plan long before the end of the