Chances are you've got some old gadgets lying about your home that you need to get rid of but don't necessarily want to throw them out in the rubbish. So why not give them away for free to someone who wants them?
A new not-for-profit service out of Sydney called Freally has just launched with the aim of acting as a portal for people wanting to give away their unwanted stuff, be it gadget, clothing, furniture or anything else that you'd consider throwing away when you're done with it.
Once you log in to the website (which can be done with your Facebook or Twitter account), you can either list an item you want to get rid of, or you can put in a request for a particular item, making note of your location. Other Freally users will then contact you about your listing, and you can organise a location for collection, be it your home, office or local shopping centre. You can search for items, or simply browse listings on the integrated Google Maps.
Considering the service is completely free for both the giver and the receiver, and could help a whole heap of junk avoid landfill, this is a great idea from Sydney developers Eric Bae and Xiangwei Meng. Worth bookmarking for potential bargains.