If your modern phone or tablet doesn't have a MicroSD card slot like many Android flagships and mid-tier devices released in the last couple of years, you have a few limited options to transfer data between it and other devices or computers. There's Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and finally there's USB OTG. That should be the fastest and if you have a flash drive with both a USB and a MicroUSB connector, you're set. If you don't, you can pick one of the best ones for cheap on Amazon today.
SanDisk's Ultra USB 3.0 flash drives with a MicroUSB connector are on sale now. Read More
MicroSD cards come in a variety of sizes, but the largest ones give us something to aim for. They're aspirational. No, I'm not going to spend $400 on one when it first comes out, but I know that someday, eventually, I too will be able to afford nice things. And sure enough, the price comes down. Then it drops again. And again. And again. Read More
The physical hardware that pumps audio into your ears using Bluetooth comes in many forms. You can have earbuds connected by a cord or bulky over-the-ear headphones that pamper your ears with cushion. Both types are currently on sale at Amazon from MEE. What, no, I don't know how to make headphones. Why do you ask? Read More
The Huawei Watch is probably the best overall Android Wear device you can get right now, but it starts at a whopping $350. To make the purchase a little less painful, Huawei is dropping the price on Black Friday by as much as $100 on some models of the watch. The savings continue for all of Cyber Monday week, but Black Friday has the biggest savings. Read More
The Nexus 6 is still a great device if you don't mind a gargantuan, pocket-busting phone. It has Android 6.0, a good screen, excellent build-quality, and it's really cheap. Usually, when we post a Nexus 6 deal, it's for the 32GB base model. Not this time—today you can get the 64GB Nexus 6 for a mere $369.99. Read More
Nest's new Cam has been available for a few months with its 1080p video capture and better WiFi signals, but it's not the cheapest connected security cam you can get for your home. If you've been wanting one but the $199 price was a little too hard to digest, you may be happy to know that the Cam has dropped by $25 online.
Both Amazon and Walmart are showing the new Nest Cam at a $175 price (minus a few pennies here and there) and that could be all the persuasion you need to grab one. Or if it was already on your Holiday shopping list, now might be a better time to jump the gun and get one. Read More
Update 11/2/15: The old deal was short-lived, but a new one popped up. See the updated link below.
Update 11/16/15: The previous link is now showing $339.99, but a new seller has listed the blue variant for $289.99. Tax in NY, free shipping.
Right now everyone is drooling over the new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P (especially since Android Police's exhaustive reviews of both went up this morning). But the Nexus 6 is still around, and it's still a fantastic phone, especially considering the crazy discounts we've been seeing lately. For example: this morning you can get a new 32GB model for just $289.99 Read More
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The official first-party remote control for NVIDIA's SHIELD Android TV set-top box is great. It uses more or less the same mini-remote design as the Nexus Player, Fire TV, Roku, and any number of similar streaming boxes, but it's made out of metal, the buttons are backlit, it has a built-in headphone jack for private listening, and it recharges via a MicroUSB port. Read More
Flash memory comes in many different forms. You have microSD cards. You have full size ones. Then there are flash drives. There's expensive, and then there's cheap. I like the latter. If you do too, now's a good time to hit up Amazon. Read More
The 2013 Nexus 7 may not see many more updates now that it has received Marshmallow, but it's still one of the best Android tablets out there. It's small, it's capable of running most apps, and it's cheap. Read More