One of the best games ever made by BioWare, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, landed on the Google Play store at the end of last year. The RPG is a complete and faithful port of the original KOTOR (its nickname among fans) which launched back in 2003 on PCs and consoles. As good as the game is, $10 may have seemed a little steep to some of you for a title that is over a decade old. Read More
Samsung won't sell you an unlocked Galaxy S6 direct in North America, a situation for which you can blame the carriers. So why not do an end-run around Samsung and buy this unlocked Galaxy S6 (in white, black, or gold) on sale through eBay. The G920F has plenty of US LTE bands and the price isn't bad (going for well over $700 on Amazon).
On the heels of the LG G Watch Urbane's arrival to the Google Store, the G Watch R gets a nice discount. Originally sold at $299, you can now get it for $249. This is a good deal; just several weeks ago we told you about an offer where you could get the G Watch R for $269. The price puts it at a fair distance from the newer Urbane, which is starting at $349.
Maybe you don't need the latest and greatest technology when it comes to your third or fourth screen, and if you can save a little money, why not? The LTE-equipped Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is on sale right now for $99, and it's unlocked to work on T-Mobile or AT&T.
It may be coming up on 18 months old, but the LG G2 is still a capable device. At this price, though, it's a steal. You can pick up an unlocked G2 (the AT&T model) for $189.99 with free shipping.
You need to think carefully when spending your hard-earned money on apps and games. Unless you're using Google Opinion Rewards credit, in which case you can just blow it on whatever. Not like you can't tell Google more
lies totally true things to earn additional credit. Either way, here are some sales to stretch your money a little further.
The 2nd generation Moto X is one of the best devices you buy running stock Android, especially if you're among those that consider this year's Nexus to be better sized for giants than humans. The device still sells for roughly half a grand, but if you're willing to pick up a refurbished model, you can current get one for just $250 on eBay.
These units are unlocked AT&T models, so you're free to take them to your GSM carrier of choice. Read More
When built-in storage just isn't enough, you can always pop in a microSD card. Well, unless you have a Nexus 6... or the new Galaxy S6... or a Moto X... or—okay look, that's not the point. There are still some phones that support microSD cards and here's a 64GB card that's mega-cheap. Alright?
ZeroLemon makes these pretty nifty portable battery packs that you can recharge (albeit very slowly) using the large solar panel on top. The company also produces some rather ridiculous-looking extended battery cases that, in addition to providing your device with a metric ton of power, turns it into a plastic brick. Read More