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Nov
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As today's Deal of the Day, Amazon is offering the 16GB version of last year's Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 for only $259. The 32GB model goes for a slightly more expensive $274, and the 64GB model comes in at $289.

With the first two models, we're talking about a savings of $140. The 64GB sees a discount of $160. Either way, this amounts to a pretty big chunk of change, and it just goes to show that it can pay to wait until hardware is no longer brand spanking new before making a purchase.

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Nov
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Want a hot deal on a Nexus 9... which will hopefully last longer than that nigh-inexistent one from HTC? Then head over to Amazon right now. One of the online dealer's "lightning deals" is fifty bucks off of the base 16GB model, bringing the total price down to $349.99. If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber, you can enjoy free shipping as well.

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This is only for the black 16GB model - all others, including the white variant, are not discounted.

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Nov
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If there's one thing I've learned about Amazon's mobile approach over the last couple of years, it's that they love to give stuff away. Free apps, free coins for downloading said free apps so you can get more free apps...and the like. I'm not the biggest fan of the Amazon Appstore, but I am a pretty big fan of free stuff, and in this situation it just so happens that my like for free stuff outweighs my dislike for the Amazon Appstore.

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Nov
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Update 11/14/14: The previous coupon expired but a new one popped up.

Even the best of us have miscalculated and run low on battery before heading to an outlet, but that's what external battery packs are for. These devices pop up on sale from time to time, and today there's a good deal on the Poweradd Pilot X5 with a 16,000mAh capacity. The price usually hovers around $40, but you can score one for $24.99 with Prime shipping using the coupon code below.

11
Nov
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You can never have too many SD cards. By the time you have one in all of your devices, the next thing you know, you have another device. After that, an old one gets filled up. What's a person to do? Simple, wait for deals.

Today Amazon has a big heaping helping of memory cards on sale for as low as $7.99 (16GB). For people with more demanding storage needs, the 64GB MicroSD card is marked down to $26.49.

10
Nov
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Is it too much to ask to have a device that simply does all the things? You know, all the things. It can plug into the wall for power, store 6000mAh worth of juice when an outlet isn't close by, function as a hotspot for nearby devices, and serve as a personal cloud that shares USB storage wirelessly. This sounds like a great thing to have while traveling, so seriously, is wanting one too much to ask?

08
Nov
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Update: the developers of Primecast have confirmed to Android Police that they were "locked out" of the app's streaming functionality.

Don't say we didn't warn you. On Thursday we published a story about Primecast, an enterprising app that allowed Android users to log in to Amazon and stream Amazon Instant Video movies and television shows to Chromecast. Though Amazon has (finally) allowed non-Kindle Fire owners to watch their purchased or subscribed videos, they haven't enabled Chromecast like their competitors at Google, Netflix, and others.

07
Nov
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Seems like there are never enough chargers to go around, huh? Well, you can add six more ports to your arsenal with the Poweradd 6-port USB charger on Amazon, which is on sale right now. Apply a coupon code at checkout and you can get one for $18.99.

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06
Nov
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Last Updated: November 8th, 2014

Update: ...aaaaand it's gone.

After literally years of waiting, Amazon finally gave Android users access to their purchased movies and television shows on non-Kindle Fire devices. And lo, the heavens did open and a chorus of angels did declare, "where's the Chromecast support?" With Amazon promoting its Fire TV platform and a new Chromecast competitor of its own, it looks like we might have an even longer wait for that particular feature.

06
Nov
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Today Amazon unveiled what may be its most peculiar hardware to date, and it's not what you would expect. It's... wait, did you hear that?

Sorry, it was just an Echo.

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Amazon Echo is a cylindrical speaker that responds to your voice commands. If you want music, tell it what to play. If you want to know the weather, ask it the question. It can handle alarms, pull up information from Wikipedia, or update you on the news.

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