Tag Archive: Money


Best apps for taxes and getting money back

These apps will help you to prepare and even file your taxes with a minimum of stress.

Nobody really likes filing their taxes, but it’s that time of year. If you haven’t filed your taxes (and you should have) these apps will help you to get the job done. They can also help you to stay on top of things during the off-season so that you are ready for next year!

So grab your 1040 and let’s  [Read More…]

LeEco reportedly didn’t have enough money to pay U.S. employees in March

Things aren’t looking so good for LeEco lately…

LeEco Inc. was forced to delay payroll for U.S. employees in March, according to Bloomberg Technology, which spoke to people familiar with the matter. This latest bit of bad news from the embattled Chinese technology conglomerate seems to further confirm that the company is struggling for cash.

It’s been a tough go overall for LeEco since the company attempted to make a big splash last October when it launched  [Read More…]

You can now send money with the Gmail app on Android

If you need to quickly send money to a friend, you have a few options. PayPal and Venmo have always been looked at as quick and easy ways to send money around, but Gmail is getting into the game too. Once only a desktop feature, the Android app is now getting Google Wallet integration too. A […]

Gmail app adds Google Wallet money attachments so you can get paid faster

A sneakily great Gmail feature is coming from the web to Android.

You’ve been able to send and request money via Gmail for some time now — but curiously, the function was limited to the web. With the latest update to the Gmail app for Android, you now have the ability to make the same money transfers within the app, making it even easier to transfer money between friends and family.

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6 Ways HotelsCombined can save your time and hard earned money

With the increase in the number of travel apps, planning a holiday has become a hassle free affair. Using different apps, you can now book your hotel accommodation, travel tickets, tickets to the various places of interest of the city/country you are visiting from the comfort of your home or even while you are on […]

Android Wear 2.0 has me itching to spend money on an LG smart watch

New software and some shiny new watches from LG make Android Wear a little more interesting.

So, we’ve got a significant platform update for Android Wear and two carefully created watches to showcase it. It’s overdue. Most anyone who is familiar will tell you that Android Wear was getting a little stale and needed a watchOS-level update to freshen things up. And I think that describes the new update pretty well — what was lacking in software  [Read More…]

Honor 6X vs. Honor 8: Which offers better value for money?

Does Honor’s new budget contender deliver more bang for your buck, or should you opt for the more expensive Honor phone from late 2016?

Comparing a $ 250 handset to a $ 350-400 one might seem just a little unfair. After all, the more money you pay, the more phone you usually get. So instead, we’re going to try and quantify whether the Honor 6X or Honor 8 delivers the better bang for your buck across four  [Read More…]

9 apps to help you save money when shopping for clothes

Clothes can certainly dry up your budget extremely quickly, especially if you have a soft spot for shopping. Luckily our always presents smartphones can be turned into a great tool for keeping our closets always updated without spending outrageous amounts of money. All you need to do is download a few apps on your phone […]

GeekBuying’s Chinese New Year’s sale has me throwing money at my screen

Are you looking to save a ton of money on a phone right now? Well, you may not realize it, but this is the perfect time of year to do just that. Most of the phones produced in the world are made in China and the Chinese New Year is about to hit (January 25)

These seven apps can help turn your old junk into money

Look around the home or office and chances are you’ll find items sitting there collecting dust. Whether it’s an old lamp, hooded sweatshirt, or pair of shoes, there’s probably something you’re holding on to for no good reason. Maybe you’re just hanging on with the idea that some day you’ll have a yard sale. Perhaps