The carrier's new iPhone offer still means a long-term commitment, but it could save you money.
Bouquets and chocolates are still popular on Valentine's Day, but there's increasing interest in tech gifts. Clothing is a hot gift trend, too.
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It's easy to trade in tablets, smartphones and the like for cash or store credit at major retailers or e-commerce sites.
A new survey indicates we've spent nearly $6 billion on repairs and replacements to damaged iPhones. And the device is 10 times more likely to be accidentally damaged than lost or stolen.
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