Raiders Of The Lost Walmart Discover Most Ancient Flash Drive To Date

Raiders Of The Lost Walmart Discover Most Ancient Flash Drive To Date

Do you remember when data storage that you could stick in your pocket consisted of “flash cards” the size of a pack of cards that held less than a gigabyte? Yeah, actually, I don’t remember that far back either. The store that reader and intrepid Raider of the Lost Walmart Knah recently explored does, though. They don’t just remember…they still have these ancient drives on the shelves. [More]

How Much Did I Save If I Don’t Buy Anything?

How Much Did I Save If I Don’t Buy Anything?

Whenever I throw away a coupon or decide not to take advantage of a sale, I tell myself that I’m saving more money by not buying the item in the first place. That is not exactly the approach that OfficeMax took when adding up the items in Tod’s cart. [More]

Raiders Of The Lost Walmart Find More 7-Year-Old GameCube Titles, Ancient Flash Drives

Raiders Of The Lost Walmart Find More 7-Year-Old GameCube Titles, Ancient Flash Drives

On Monday, we shared with an exciting new discovery from one of the Raiders of the Lost Walmart: copies of Naruto 2 for Nintendo GameCube available for only $39.94. We probably should have expected that Walmart stores all over the country are also expecting a huge surge in demand for GameCube titles from 2006. Knowing something about both technology and commerce, we had not anticipated this. [More]

Flash Drives Are Deceptively Perfect For Viruses

Flash Drives Are Deceptively Perfect For Viruses

Over the past few years, some of the world’s most dangerous and daring computer viruses have originated on infected USB drives. One even got into the computers inside Iran’s largest nuclear power plant, even though it’s not connected to any outside network. See, what makes flash drives such an ideal host is that most people don’t think twice about sticking one in their computer. [More]

Morning Deals

  • Amazon: 37 new coupon codes for September 2008
  • Google: Get Chrome for free, Google’s new super-minimal browser (still in beta, read review at Lifehacker)
  • Apple: Seven refurbished Apple Aluminum iMac Core 2 Duo Desktops from $949 each + free shipping

Highlights From Dealhack

  • Newegg: Nikon Coolpix P60 8.1MP Camera $150 Shipped
  • Amazon: Save Extra $20 off Kellogg’s, Keebler & other Grocery Products
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Highlights From Bargainist

Highlights From Buxr

  • Amazon.com: Get three DVDs for $10 when you add all three to your Shopping Cart
  • Golden Gadgets: 2 Pack of 9 LED Aluminum Pocket water resistant Flashlight for $3.99 + Shipping ($2.02)
  • Newegg.com: A-DATA 16GB Flash Drive WHITE for $24.99 after $15 rebate!
Deals, Mourned

Deals, Mourned

Way back in the olde tyme of March 1, 2006, our Morning Deals Roundup led many of our readers to lie to Microsoft in hopes of receiving a free USB drive.