The LG G Flex 2 isn't as big as its predecessor, which makes it a more practical device to own. Unfortunately, a slightly curved screen isn't really exciting enough for the cost (AT&T wants $709 off contract). But while the G Flex 2 may not be a must-have phone, it's still a nice one. One you can get on eBay for a significantly more reasonable $290. And it will come brand new—not used, nor refurbished.
These are AT&T unlocked units, so you're free to take them over to T-Mobile, but it won't support all the same bands. This model comes in silver. Read More
We like to keep you aware of great deals as we come across them, and oftentimes, these consist of discounted devices and external battery backs. After all, everyone likes saving money on gadgets, and I challenge you to name one time you lamented having an extra form of backup power at the bottom of your bag.
But this deal is different. Here is a product many of us probably wouldn't use as intended even if it were dropped off at your front porch with an attached sticker reading "It's Free, Please Don't Return." It's called MyCube, a personal safe that keeps your electronics safe from theft and dying batteries at the same time. Read More
Humble Bundle has been moving quite a few Android titles through the mobile bundles, but now you've got a chance to get some cool mobile games as part of the main bundle. The new PC and Android Bundle 13 is live and it includes seven games, three of which are new to Android. Read More
Looking for a starter tablet? You know, something to give a kid or someone not so into tech that they would scoff at something not running regular Android? Then consider the Fire HD 6. Amazon is currently offering it for $30 off, bringing the price to a compelling $70. Sure, the 1280 by 800 6-inch display won't turn heads, but the build quality is solid enough where it won't feel like a comparatively priced off-brand knock off.
Maybe you're looking to stick a tablet in the hands of a really little person, someone not ready for a big kid tablet. Read More
At this point in history, 200GB microSD cards are a luxury few people are ready to jump on. But if you absolutely must have everything saved on your phone and accessible at all times, the option is there. It's just going to cost an arm, a leg, and over a couple hundred bucks. Fortunately, Amazon's price has dropped a tad. You can now get one for $220.
Yeah, that hardly qualifies as cheap, but it's less than the $240 Amazon originally sold the card for and the $250 it still costs at Best Buy. Though, honestly, why not just get a handful of 128GB microSD cards for $60 each? Read More
Some electronics are quick to dip in price. Sure, a game console may cling to its original cost for years after launch, but it's not uncommon to get lucky with smartphones. Last month T-Mobile wanted $780 to sell you a Galaxy S6 Edge. Now it's willing to do so for $100 less. Read More
Amazon is pulling out all the stops to entice you to use its Appstore for Android. True, Google Play is more convenient, but rarely does Google just give away $90 in premium apps and games as Amazon is doing right now. It's a good selection too with titles like Goat Simulator and Elements of Photography.
The current Humble Bundle is halfway through its run, and that means it's time for more games to be added. Although, this time it's just one game, Chainsaw Warrior. Don't be bummed, though. There were already nine games in the bundle before. Read More
If you're a regular person, you might have a single phone that you can easily charge through the USB port on the side of your laptop. Maybe you have a tablet that just so happened to die at around the same time. You don't feel like getting up, so you plug it into your other USB port, and that is that.
But if Android devices mean a bit more to you. You read the blogs. You write for blogs. You develop apps. Read More
I know you're probably sealed inside your panic room as you await a Stagefright patch to be released for your phone, but that doesn't mean you can't have some fun while the sky is falling. How about some new apps and games at reasonable prices? Just click through to see them all. Don't worry, everything is going to be alright. Read More