Google will launch a new automatic-payments tool called Android Pay, rather than competing against Apple with its existing Wallet system, according to reports. The Android Pay system will debut in May at Google’s conference for developers, according to sources.
Target announced Monday that it will offer free shipping to customers who order $25 or more in merchandise online, a move that puts it in direct competition with Amazon, which has a $35 free shipping limit.
Airlines will expire frequent flyer miles if an account goes inactive over a certain period of time, but you don't need to fly with the airline to keep your account active. Other options include renting a car, enrolling in a dining program, or even donating to charity.
To help you stay on top of all things discount, here's a round up of the 10 best coupons from retailers this week. Save an extra 30 percent at Reebok outlet, knock $50 off a $100 order at Advanced Auto Parts, and much, much more.
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YouTube Kids, a free app for Android, will be released Feb. 23, so that parents who want to share the fun of YouTube with their children without having to worry about them stumbling onto less-than-appropriate videos will soon have that option.
All-inclusive resort packages can take away the stress of budgeting during a vacation, so they're a great option if you just want to relax. If you want adventure from your vacation, however, an all-inclusive resort probably isn't worth the extra cost.
Wedding dress shopping can be a stressful, expensive business, but the Internet offers a slew of options for brides who want to look great while sticking to their budget. Here's your guide to snagging a fabulous, inexpensive wedding dress.
Jobless claims filed by US workers fell more than expected last week, offering fresh evidence that the labor market is gathering steam. Jobless claims fell 21,000 to a seasonally adjusted 283,000, the Labor Department said Thursday.