Today’s electronics deals, courtesy of The Consumerist : Amazon : Certified Refurbished Kindle Fire 7″ Tablet $169.00 with Free Shipping eBay : Refurb Fujifilm FinePix Z90 14MP 5x Digital Camera for $63 + free shipping Entertainment Amazon : Soul Calibur V Xbox 360, PS3 $39.99, free ship Amazon : Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword with Music CD Wii $39.99, free ship Neither Consumer Reports nor The Consumerist receive anything in exchange for featuring these deals; the posts are intended to be purely informational. These deals are often fleeting, with prices changing or products becoming unavailable as the day progresses

The Federal Trade Commission is taking legal action to stop two operations that allegedly enabled hundreds of millions of telemarketing robocalls to consumers across the country, including many registered with the National Do Not Call Registry. The illegal robocalls advertised services such as debt relief, carpet and upholstery cleaning, auto warranties, mortgage loan modification and foreclosure assistance, timeshares, satellite dish broadcasting, and burial insurance. In both cases, defendants offered “self-service” voice broadcasting, making it easy for marketers to make tens of millions of robocalls, according to the FTC.

Sound Byte: The Samsung Series 9 ultrabook laptop

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Super-thin and lightweight laptops could be considered the sexy sport coupes of the computer world. Machines such as the Apple Macbook Air can be pricey and sacrifice some computing functions for their slim and light forms.

At a press event today at the White House, the Obama administration will take the wraps off its plan to address the growing threats to American consumers’ online privacy and security. The high-profile setting for today’s announcements signals a new seriousness by the Administration, showing that it intends to tackle head-on the kind of corporate practices that have led in recent months to privacy controversies at Google and Facebook and major security breaches at retailer Zappos and the Sony PlayStation Network .

A new phishing email using the Better Business Bureau name and email address has been reported by people across the country. The phishing attempt is the latest iteration in a recent outbreak of scams using the BBB name.

Today’s electronics deals, courtesy of The Consumerist : Tanga.com : Hype Audio Eclipse Stereo Headphones for $14.99 Barnes & Noble : Nook Tablet 8GB 7-in WiFi Tablet $199 Expansys : iTon 49-Key Bluetooth v2.0 Mini Keyboard for $13 + free shipping Entertainment Amazon : Buy 2 PS Vita Games, Get a 3rd Video Game Free Amazon : Zumba Fitness Rush – Kinect Xbox 360 + $10 bonus credit $49.96, free ship Walmart : PlayStation 3 Accessory Bundle with Headset, Wireless Controller, Remote, and Dock Station for $40 + $3.97 Shipping Neither Consumer Reports nor The Consumerist receive anything in exchange for featuring these deals; the posts are intended to be purely informational. These deals are often fleeting, with prices changing or products becoming unavailable as the day progresses

Today’s electronics deals, courtesy of The Consumerist : Tanga.com : Hype Audio Eclipse Stereo Headphones for $14.99 Barnes & Noble : Nook Tablet 8GB 7-in WiFi Tablet $199 Expansys : iTon 49-Key Bluetooth v2.0 Mini Keyboard for $13 + free shipping Entertainment Amazon : Buy 2 PS Vita Games, Get a 3rd Video Game Free Amazon : Zumba Fitness Rush – Kinect Xbox 360 + $10 bonus credit $49.96, free ship Walmart : PlayStation 3 Accessory Bundle with Headset, Wireless Controller, Remote, and Dock Station for $40 + $3.97 Shipping Neither Consumer Reports nor The Consumerist receive anything in exchange for featuring these deals; the posts are intended to be purely informational. These deals are often fleeting, with prices changing or products becoming unavailable as the day progresses

Barnes & Noble today heated up the tablet computer market by introducing a new $199 version of its Nook Tablet and cutting the price of the tablet-like Nook Color e-reader to $169. With the price cuts, B&N is now offering a tablet with the same 8GB of storage and $199 price tag as its key competitor, the Amazon Kindle Fire . Formerly, the Nook Tablet was available only at $249 for a 16GB version, which is still being sold at that price

Today’s electronics deals, courtesy of The Consumerist : HP : 11.6″ HP dm1-4170us Core i3-2367M laptop, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD $474.99, free ship NewEgg : Altec Lansing FX3022 Speakers $74.95, free ship Dell Home : Dell Optiplex 390 Intel Core i5-2400 3.1GHz Quad-Core Desktop Computer (4GB/500GB) $499 Neither Consumer Reports nor The Consumerist receive anything in exchange for featuring these deals; the posts are intended to be purely informational. These deals are often fleeting, with prices changing or products becoming unavailable as the day progresses.

Today’s electronics deals, courtesy of The Consumerist : Best Buy : Westinghouse 40″ 120Hz 1080p LED LCD HDTV for $400 J&R : Ematic eGlide XL2 4GB 10″ Android Tablet for $150 + free shipping Entertainment NewEgg : Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Collector’s Edition Xbox 360, PS3, PC $79.99, free ship Amazon : Syndicate Xbox 360, PS3 + $20 Amazon Credit $59.99, free ship Neither Consumer Reports nor The Consumerist receive anything in exchange for featuring these deals; the posts are intended to be purely informational. These deals are often fleeting, with prices changing or products becoming unavailable as the day progresses