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Amazon Dash - One Button Product Ordering Gizmo Previewed

Amazon Dash Imagine a button on your washing machine that if pressed will automatically order a new bottle of Tide for you. It's about to become a reality with Amazon Dash. Soon available to Prime members ($99 annual fee), there are separate gizmo buttons available for popular items from toilet paper to Keurig coffee refills. The downside: Amazon groceries are generally no bargain so shoppers are trading price for convenience.

Best Free Antivirus for 2015

PC Magazine Do you have to spend money each year to buy antivirus software? Not according to PC magazine. The publication says that this year's editor's choice -- Panda Free Antivirus 2015 -- is just as good as commercial products. Here are the test results of the nine free products they put through their challenges.


Supermarket Savings Tips (without Coupons)

cart Shop Smart says that even if you are not a coupon clipper, you can still save a lot at the supermarket by adapting your shopping to product sale cycles (and then load up on products that can last a long time).

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Mouse Print* -- Where's the Big Savings?

mouse print "Sale," "clearance," and "reduced" are all magic words to bargain hunters' ears. But for this belated April Fools story, the real deals are no deal at all. That story is this week in Mouse Print*.

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Unlimited Talk, Text and 2-GB LTE Data -- $30/mo

Boost Mobile, a division of Sprint, just dropped its price on a single plan with unlimited talk, text, and 2 gigs of LTE high-speed data (except for streaming video) for only $30 per month (plus state/local sales tax only... no junk fees added). You must sign up for autopay, however.

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Best/Worst Supermarkets

Consumer Reports is out with their annual reader survey of the best supermarkets in America. Watch video for the three on top and on the bottom. (Full list for subscribers only.) And here are their tips to up your supermarket savvy.

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