AIDE, the Android integrated development environment, has reached version 3.2. That means it's getting Marshmallow support. It's picked up the option to refresh Maven libraries. It has updated Android NDK support and Google libraries. And it's packed with other goodies that don't really mean all that much to non-developery types.
But even if you are a developer and you find yourself excited by what you just read, hold on to your butts, because here's where things really get good. Intel is sponsoring a number of premium keys. These would normally cost you $10.
To claim your own sponsored license, exit AIDE, restart the app, and select the 'Code for Experts' option. Read More
Do you know what costs more than a Galaxy Note 5? This year's new Galaxy S6 Edge+, which is essentially a Note with fancy sides. Both are priced at uncomfortably close to a grand. Frankly, Galaxy Note devices are about as expensive as smartphones come. Read More
The Nexus Player was never really the best set-top box, and thanks to the NVIDIA SHIELD, it's not the best thing running Android TV either. Fortunately you can get one for cheap. Best Buy is selling the thing for half of what you would pay on the Google Store. Yup, only $50. Read More
For people looking to gorge themselves on ad-free mobile gaming, offerings don't get much better than those we get from Humble Bundle. Every couple of weeks the organization hands out at least six games that you can tote around in your phone or tablet. All you have to do is pick a price that's over a dollar to walk away with at least three games. Beating the average will get you three more, with others set to appear one week from now.
The Humble Mobile Bundle Eye Candy, as this week's collection is called, offers a set of visually pleasing titles. This bundle includes Deep Under the Sky, Botanicula, and Haunt the House: Terrortown for those who pay over a dollar but less than the average. Read More
Cables, the technological innovation that just won't die no matter how bad some folks want them to. There are wireless ways to charge smartphones these days, as well as options for transferring data without pulling out a cord. But frankly I still reach for a microUSB cable to do both of these things, and the number of people who do hardly stops with me. Read More
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is really the only game in town when it comes to a 2015 flagship with a stylus, but the US carriers want so much coin for it—over $700 most places. You can get a brand new unlocked Note 5 on eBay right now for
$590. That's a much better deal.
Update 9/28/15: Now back in stock and $10 cheaper at $579.99 in this new listing.
We're halfway through the 15th iteration of the Humble Mobile Bundle, and you know what that means. Yes, more games, and also a chance to win all the games. You can still buy the bundle of course, but we're giving away 10 codes. Read More
You don't need me to tell you why expandable memory is nice. Sure, the user experience may not be as smooth as simply having more internal memory, but no amount of built-in storage will ever equate to a larger number than 64GB more. Read More
We've written about HooToo's travel routers in the past because they're very good at what they do. What do they do? They make it possible to share an internet connection on the go with your various devices. The powerful TripMate Titan is a fairly new entry in HooToo's lineup, and it's on sale today for $10 off. Read More
Are you in the market for an external battery pack? No? About to be tempted anyway? I thought so. Read More