USB cables aren't particularly exciting, except when they are, and during those times, it's kind of annoying. That guy you know who always has a different phone every time you see him will tell you why USB Type C cables are worth jumping up and down over, while a regular person will grumble over the need to replace every cable in their house. Read More
The LG Watch Urbane is easily one of the most premium Android Wear devices around, as the accessory started out at $349.99 for the cheapest model back when it first launched. Fortunately, you don't have to pay nearly that much right now.
Over on Rakuten, you can get the silver version with a black band for only $199.99.
This number comes following a price drop to $224.99. To get it down to the aforementioned rate, there's also a $25 instant coupon that shows up when you go to checkout. This is the lowest price we've seen the LG Watch Urbane hit yet. Read More
Google recently started selling Bose headphones in the Google Store. There are a number of models to choose from, with prices ranging from $129.99 to $299.99.
The top-of-the-line option is the QuietComfort 25. If your heart (or ears) is set on a pair, close the Google Store tab and head over to Amazon. Read More
Picture this: a new Chromecast, which is faster and generally better than the old Chromecast, and which costs $35. Now picture it essentially costing $15 if you at all regularly spend money on Google Play. Read More
Google is currently running a promotion in the Play Store that could make you and someone you like very happy. Under Movies & TV you can find eight movies that, if you buy one, comes with a free copy you can gift to another person in the US. Read More
The SmartWatch 3 was never the most distinguished wristwatch. James Bond may carry around an Xperia phone, but not even Sony can get him to travel the world with so much plastic wrapped around his wrist. Read More
This month millions of people will be travelling to see friends and family for various holidays. And that's great. What isn't great is a 12-hour car trip with five people and only one available DC outlet for five phones, two tablets, one Wi-Fi hotspot, and a USB-powered cup warmer. With a little advance planning and just ten bucks, you can avoid backseat scuffles and keep everyone charged and happy thanks to a 4-port car charger (compatible with Qualcomm's Quick Charge 2.0 standard) from Amazon.
The Tronsmart unit isn't overly flashy or complicated, it's just 4 USB ports and a cigarette lighter adapter (and from the photos, it looks like it doesn't have any annoyingly bright LEDs, either). Read More
Like you, I love external battery packs. I especially like ones that don't require you to plug them into the wall. Okay, ZeroLemon's SolarJuice backup chargers aren't quite there yet—you could easily spend a weekend getting enough power from the sun to recharge your phone once. But boy, there's something about having the option that sure feels awesome. And I live in a part of the country that's not unfamiliar with losing electricity for days due to hurricanes, so there's that. Read More
The Nexus 5X was, frankly, overpriced from day one. The 32GB 5X was a scant $70 less than a 32GB 6P, the latter being a substantially better device in most ways. As such, the Nexus 5X was predictably the only one of the two to get a Black Friday / Cyber Monday price cut. Google dropped the price of the 5X by $80, bringing the 16GB to $299 and the 32GB to $349.
Now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday have ended, you'd expect that the 5X would have returned to its original price point, but no: Google has maintained a $50 discount on the device with no end date specified. Read More
For some people, an external battery pack provides comfort during a power outage. For others, it's a necessity, a way to avoid being alone once the sun sets.
Either way, don't spend your money on a charger that can only re-power your phone once before blowing its load. Instead, wait for a deal online and get something that can go five times as long. Read More