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-- online shopping what's about to get a whole lot easier with the launch of some free software.
It's called digital -- and it lets you archive searches compare prices and shop efficiently.
Personal technology columnist at the Wall Street Journal Walt Mossberg explained that it works is an add on to your Internet Explorer or Firefox browser.
It's -- side bar -- sits at the left side of your browser.
And as you're gone through the web if you trying to make a decision on some purchased that's kind of complicated where you're going through a lot of possible choices you just drag him over into this side bar.
You can save some for reference later you can -- ones you've eliminated last.
Except the best part of digital portfolio is its price comparison feature the software has deals with.
With five big online stores including Amazon Best Buy and Wal-Mart target and -- year's -- You click on one of the products you've saved it'll show you even if you originally dragged it over from Letzing Amazon.
And you've never been to this year -- -- two years has suddenly put the same.
TV your camera dish -- for whatever it is on sale it'll show you what the prices are all those five stores.
And if it changes the next day it'll change.
If you decide to -- an -- you just click on its link in a sidebar and you'll be taken to the retailer site where you can place your order as you normally what it.
Really could see you.
Hours and hours of shopping for -- You know a a kind of complicated product decision.
-- expert says the digital -- as price comparison feature works for only thirteen categories of items all of them electronics or appliances.
But the company says it is planning to add more products in New York Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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