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Americans broke e-commerce records yesterday in Cyber Monday mania

Cyber Monday was more than just an opportunity to tweet dumb jokes about cybersex: It was a cash cow for retailers. The 11-year-old e-commerce event raked in $3.45 billion on what wound up being the single biggest day of online sales ever. The figures came from Adobe and were reported today by Recode. Gadgets like … Continue reading “Americans broke e-commerce records yesterday in Cyber Monday mania”

Cyber Monday was more than just an opportunity to tweet dumb jokes about cybersex: It was a cash cow for retailers. The 11-year-old e-commerce event raked in $3.45 billion on what wound up being the single biggest day of online sales ever. The figures came from Adobe and were reported today by Recode.

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Gadgets like smartphones, Playstation 4s, and Samsung 4K TVs were top sellers, but it wasn’t all about tech: Legos were reportedly a big hit as well. 

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