HTC has been running "Hot Deals" discounts on hardware like the M9 and ReCamera recently, and the Nexus 9 has popped up once or twice before too. Now, it's back and you can score the (still) most recent Google Nexus tablet for 40% off. This covers all variants from the 16GB WiFI to 32GB LTE, but supplies are limited. Read More
The newest mobile Humble Bundle is available, and this time there's no developer tie-in or theme. It's just a collection of cool games from a variety of genres. There are six games in the bundle to start, but more will be added next week. Read More
You can (allegedly) buy a Nexus 6P from the Google Store. Heck, that's basically the only place that comes to mind. But if you don't think you can get the phone elsewhere, you're wrong. Huawei will also sell you the phone directly from its site. Read More
Android tablets in the last year haven't been particularly interesting, but I am happy we're finally moving toward the more comfortable 4:3 aspect ratio*. There are a few devices that use that shape, including the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. It sure is expensive, though. The 9.7-inch variant is a little less spendy today with a deal on BuyDig—just $399.99 with free shipping. Read More
You can get a lot of smartphone for not a lot of money these days, and the ZTE Axon is already competitively priced at $400 for the 32GB variant. It's on sale right now at Amazon, but this is a Lightning Deal. That means you don't have time to wait around if you want the get the ZTE Axon Pro for $319.99 ($80 off). Read More
Samsung wants you to buy stuff using Samsung Pay. It wants you to so hard that it is willing to give you a free wireless charging pad if you do. Just activate the service on a Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, or Note 5. Read More
Google isn't releasing a Nexus tablet this year, and the Pixel C isn't going to be out until some time in the next few months. If you simply can't wait to get a new Android slate, the Dell Venue 8 7840 is on clearance at Best Buy for a good price. $279.99 gets you the tablet new in box, and an open box item is $250-260. Read More
You could just buy apps and games wherever you want, or you could be more strategic about it and save a few bucks. That might not be a lot of money, but over time it adds up. Maybe one day you'll be able to retire on the savings from all those app purchases. I mean, probably not, but why give up on your dreams? Dreams are what keep us going! Wait, what were we talking about? Oh right, here are some app and game sales. Read More
The Nexus 5 has been replaced, sorta. The Nexus 5X isn't exactly as small as its predecessor, but it carries the cheaper Nexus mantle nonetheless. Still, at a starting price of $380, it isn't cheap. That's hardly flagship dollars, sure, but we're not talking budget bucks either.
Though thanks to a seller on eBay, you can get the original Nexus 5 for just $175. Shipping is open to much of the world, though folks in Alaska and Hawaii are out of luck in regards to US buyers. Shipping is free.
The Nexus 5 remains a perfectly usable device. It may be approaching the end of the line in terms of support, but you'll be hard pressed to find a piece of Android hardware with more custom ROM support than this one. Read More
While some devices continue to shun the microSD card (looking at you, Google), there are plenty of phones out there that still let you slap in a card to get more space. If you've got a G4, Moto X Pure, or other card slot-packing device, Amazon is offering Samsung EVO cards for a solid discount of 40-70% off retail. Read More