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eBay Quick Sale program is a fast way to sell a smartphone

eBay Quick Sale program is a fast way to sell a smartphone

EBay is a popular platform for selling smartphones, and it has seen an uptick in the number of iPhone 6 and 6s handsets being sold. To make things more convenient, the company has announced a new Quick Sale program that sidesteps the auction process by letting owners sell their devices to eBay directly. Under Quick Sale, a smartphone is sent to eBay Valet and the predetermined value for it is paid to the owner once the smartphone is received and verified.

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eBay for iOS adds Touch ID support and ‘One Time Password’

eBay for iOS adds Touch ID support and ‘One Time Password’

eBay has updated its mobile apps, and while the Android update is pretty small (it just adds Android Wear support), the iOS update adds a couple of big features: support for Touch ID and a new one time password feature. Both features aim to improve the app’s overall security, and the Touch ID support in particular has long been requested by users. The one time password option will also be coming to the desktop and Android versions of the service.

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This weird Lamborghini Countach is amphibious and up for sale

This weird Lamborghini Countach is amphibious and up for sale

Almost everyone imagines what it would be like to drive a Lamborghini at some point, but what if you could own one and drive it in the water? Here's your chance to do just that, as someone is selling a one of a kind amphibious Lamborghini on eBay right now, for the not too unreasonable price of roughly $26,800. It does have a few particularities, such as not being in decent condition and needing several repairs, oh, and there's the fact that it's not an actual Lamborghini.

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eBay’s desperation is showing

eBay’s desperation is showing

In an effort to become more visible in the shipping industry, eBay has launched a new shipping supplies store. Why, you might ask, would eBay decide now that they need to make their own boxes? Perhaps they noticed that one of their biggest competitors, Amazon, is still around. They were supposed to be stopped by eBay many years ago - it's easier to make your own auctions and sell in a place where the price of goods is dictated by auction-style pricing, right? As it turns out, Amazon's method of providing prices that appeared stable seemed to work better - and shipping every store's goods in an Amazon box seemed to be the ticket to people's mindshare, too.

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Gamer gives up the dream, selling collection of 3,000+ titles across 20 consoles

Gamer gives up the dream, selling collection of 3,000+ titles across 20 consoles

Call it what you will, but sometimes it just becomes necessary to give up one's hobby. That seems to be the reality one video game fan is facing, as they're selling a collection of 3,133 titles that span 20 different consoles, most of which are included, all in good to excellent condition. With games ranging from the original NES all the way to the PlayStation 3, including rarities from the Turbo GrafX 16, Atari Jaguar, and Panasonic 3DO, the full collection seems to have taken a lifetime to put together.

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Working Google Glass Enterprise Edition turns up on eBay

Working Google Glass Enterprise Edition turns up on eBay

You now have a chance to get your hands on an unreleased follow-up to one of the biggest tech hardware flops in recent history: an Enterprise Edition of the Google Glass wearable. A listing for one has turned up for sale on eBay, making it a surprising find of a device that was only rumored to be in development in recent months. While it may look like the original Google Glass that debuted back in 2013 — dozens of which can also be found on eBay — the auction offers some of the first public images of the modifications made for enterprise users.

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eBay aware of vulnerability allowing malware distribution, no plans to fix it

eBay aware of vulnerability allowing malware distribution, no plans to fix it

A security vulnerability was recently discovered on auction website eBay that allows hackers to embed code on their listings that in turn tricks users into downloading malware. Security researchers from Check Point Software found the loophole back in December, and even contacted eBay to make them aware of the exploit, which takes advantage of the site's rules on hosting JavaScript within listings. Unfortunately the company has said it has no plans to address the vulnerability, as they estimate the use of the exploit to be incredibly rare.

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Nintendo debuts official eBay storefront

Nintendo debuts official eBay storefront

As Black Friday, and its partnering Cyber Monday, are quickly approaching to kick off the holiday shopping season, gaming giant Nintendo has chosen auction giant eBay to launch its newest official web store. The store gives shoppers another option when it comes to buying Nintendo hardware, games, and accessories online, with the security of ordering directly from the company.

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eBay 4.0 released, tries to cater to sellers

eBay 4.0 released, tries to cater to sellers

A lot of people do their shopping online these days and a lot more do it from the comfort of their mobile devices. But when shopping apps' designs hinder more than help, that becomes not really comfortable. eBay's new app, now at version 4.0, aims to address that, both for buyers but most especially for sellers. With a new streamlined design that gives greater focus to browsing the storefront, eBay's new app jumps into the modern age proliferated by minimalist design and a heavy use of images.

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eBay to shutter some mobile apps and push folks to flagship eBay app

eBay to shutter some mobile apps and push folks to flagship eBay app

Over the years, eBay has rolled out a number of apps for mobile users aimed at making it easier to use specific services while on the go. Some of those apps include things like eBay Valet, eBay Fashion, and eBay Motors app. To help push users to the flagship eBay app the auction giant has announced that it will be retiring those three apps soon.

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eBay comes to Apple Watch with bid notifications and more

eBay comes to Apple Watch with bid notifications and more

Not one to be left behind on the recent Apple Watch app craze, internet commerce giant eBay has just announced its own app for Apple's new wearable. eBay's new smartwatch app won't allow for users to search for and place bids on items, thankfully, but it does aim to provide both buyers and sellers with useful updates and alerts on marketplace items. This follows similar smartwatch apps from the company for devices like Pebble and Samsung Galaxy Gear.

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eBay considering loyalty subscription service to rival Amazon Prime

eBay considering loyalty subscription service to rival Amazon Prime

Ever since Amazon first launched its Prime subscription service it is has grown in popularity, starting out as unlimited quick delivery and expanding into the media content we see today. Well, eBay is looking into a similar subscription-based loyalty plan, taking on Amazon in the fast, free shipping area. Called eBay+, the company is already testing the service on a limited basis in parts of Germany, with plans to launch nation-wide by the end of the year. eBay buyers who become subscribers pay a yearly fee in exchange for free shipping and returns on all items they purchase.

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