Tech gadgets will likely be the hottest items under the tree this holiday season, and if you're having trouble coming up with an idea, we've got you covered. Consumer technology reporter Jamey Tucker rounds up some gadgets that are sure to please.
There are some great shopping apps in both app stores. Retail Me Not, Shopular. They all do the same thing, scan and save the sales flyers from all the major stores. Show where to get the best deal on an item you're looking for, and saving coupons you can use at the store. They're simple to use and honestly, I could have picked any of them as the best shopping app.
Finding an Amazon delivery box at the front door is one of those little Christmas surprises that'll remind you of seeing what's under the tree on Christmas morning. After a few weeks though, if you shop a lot at Amazon, those boxes start to pile up and by December 26th, you may have dozens of those smiling boxes lying around the house.
Thinking of cutting the cord? All month we've been investigating how to do it, which streaming service is best for you and how much you'll eventually have to pay in order to watch the channels you like.
A new report shows that about 11,000 people are canceling pay TV every day, but how do you do that and still get the channels you watch? If you're thinking of cutting the cord and going with one of the streaming services, you have plenty of choices. Sling TV, DirectTV Now, Hulu, YouTube TV are just some to choose from.
Like a lot of dads, I suppose I'm a little hard to buy for when it comes to Christmas. You can't go wrong with tech gadgets though. I've spent time looking at tech gadgets that would be great gift ideas for most dads this year.