This post is sponsored by Decide.com.
Are you eagerly awaiting the iPhone 5? Decide.com helps you stay up to date with the latest news, rumors and speculation so you can spend your time on more important things, like entering to win a free iPhone 5.
Decide has announced a new Twitter feed (@d_iPhone) that allows you to quickly and easily stay on top of all of the latest reports on the upcoming iPhone 5 launch from hundreds of sources, including electronics manufacturers and expert news services like VentureBeat, CNET, Engadget, Gizmodo, MacRumors and others.
Decide Predicts Price Changes and New Models
Decide.com tells shoppers whether to “BUY” or “WAIT” on a purchase based on price drops or new model releases, empowering consumers to purchase with no regrets and confidence that a new model will not be released in the near future. News and rumors are integrated into Decide’s purchase recommendation for specific products to help eliminate buyer’s remorse. For example, Decide recommends to “Wait for new model” on both iPhone 4 and MacBook Pro purchases since new models are imminent.
Shoppers can use Decide’s price and model prediction technologies plus news aggregation to purchase TVs, laptops, cameras and phones.
Become a Fan of Decide on Facebook to enter to win an iPhone 5
To celebrate Decide’s new features and the launch of the phones category, Decide is giving away an iPhone5. No purchase necessary. To enter go to the “Win an iPhone 5” tab, Like Decide, and tell us when you think the Apple iPhone 5 will be available for purchase at retail.
Decide is a new shopping service that helps consumers purchase laptops, televisions, digital cameras and phones with no regrets. The company utilizes proprietary data and predictive algorithms to tell shoppers when to buy with confidence or wait for a price drop or newer model to be released. Decide has been featured by top tier news and media resources and has been featured as the Tekzilla’s Daily Tip by Veronica Belmont, the Daily Start-Up by The Wall Street Journal, and The Farecast of Electronics by the New York Times. Decide was co-founded by Internet search pioneer Oren Etzioni and has gained support from consumer Internet and ecommerce veterans. The company raised $8.5M in venture capital from Madrona Venture Group, Maveron, and angel investors like Ram Shriram.
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