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Your local Dick Smith store has been on the chopping block for a few weeks now as it attempts to sell all stock, but good news, because the store has been saved. Sort of.
Local places to buy electronics have just reduced in number, as Dick Smith confirms that it is closing down, putting roughly 3000 staff out of work.
When it comes to smartphones, the big players like Apple and Samsung are abut to have their hands full fighting the new players, and a new entry from Oppo could make that more interesting.
Fans of Sony’s smartphones will soon be able to find two more handsets in stores, as the previously 3G-only Xperia E4 finds a place at Telstra, and Sony’s selfie cam comes to Dick Smith stores along with a bunch of others.
Electronic book readers are great for people keen to take lots of books on the road, but while they’re getting brighter and thinner, they’re not always high grade, but Amazon is looking to change that with a new generation of Kindle.
There aren’t many options for smartwatches available locally, but the e-ink based Pebble might get its premium edition on more wrists in Australia if retailer Dick Smith has its way.
We're always up for a bargain, and electronics retailer Dick Smith doesn't think it needs to wait until December 26 to begin its sales… and why should it? That's why bargain hunters can start looking for fun now.
Budget handset maker is clearly trying to send a message with the launch of its latest flagship device, and we think that it's saying you don't need to spend over $500 for high specs in a handset.
This week, we were alerted to an unusually low price for an eBook reader, with just under thirty dollars for a Kindle competitor available locally. But as we tried to find a unit, we were reminded that you really can get what you pay for.
Remember the Dick Smith game sale that brought anger to DSE's Facebook page? Well, the company is trying to gain some consumer confidence back, with a small sale on games and accessories.
Last week, someone at Dick Smith leaked an interesting memo citing a sale to start today, offering cheap games and uber-cheap consoles. But things didn't quite pan out how people expected. Here's what happened.
While Harvey Norman got its sale on for two days this week, Dick Smith will be doing something similar next week, albeit in a much bigger way.