Google sells the 16GB Nexus 5 for $349, so on the surface this doesn't seem like an amazing deal. However, Google charges you tax and shipping. It really adds up. You're lucky to get the N5 out the door for less than $400, depending on where you live. Or you can just pay a lot less and buy it on eBay right now.
When a catchy song pops up on the radio, during a television commercial, or over the speakers of a general department store, and you don't know who is singing, it's time to whip out Shazam. Now if you live in the US and take the time to Shazam a song - allow your phone to listen to and figure out what is playing - it will reward you with $1.29 in Amazon MP3 credit.
Postmates is an app-based courier service that's grown quite popular recently, and the company is expanding its reach to tech's two hottest hubs: Silicon Valley and Austin, TX. The Silicon Valley area includes Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Mountain View, and Atherton, if you're interested in the specifics.
Postmates is actually pretty neat, if kind of expensive. The company partners locally with restaurants, stores, and other retailers to build a "menu" of items available for purchase, which you then select in the app, and a Postmate courier then accepts your order and delivers said items to your door.
Looking for a lot of extra gee-bees on a budget for your smartphone or tablet? SanDisk's almost unnecessarily ginormous 128GB microSDXC card is on sale at both Best Buy and Amazon today for just $99.99 shipped.
Both sites do charge sales tax in most applicable states, so watch out for that, but otherwise this is the lowest price we've seen this 128GB at by a solid $20, making this a genuine article at a genuine discount.
You know the Nexus 7 by now, so here's the deal. This is the 2013 model with 16GB of storage. If you head on over to eBay now, you can get a new one for $179.00. The usual price is $229.99.
That's right, this is a savings of $51. That's a 22% discount, and it's more than enough reason to consider picking up a Nexus 7, if not for you, then for someone else who can get by with 16GB of storage.