Home security is a big deal — you want to keep yourself and your property safe, and you're probably willing to spend a pretty penny to do it. Wouldn't it be nice, though, if it could be a little bit less expensive? That's what European company Nuki is promising today, announcing that it's permanently cutting prices on all its Smart Locks and Smart Lock Combos. Read More
The Xperia Z Ultra is an odd proposal from a hardware perspective. The huge 6.4" 1080p screen, Snapdragon 800 processor, and 2GB of RAM say "high end," while the 8MP rear camera lacking a flash seems a bit down-market. Perhaps that has something to do with possibly tepid sales at the phone's $679 price point... and also Sony's decision to lower it. XperiaBlog reports that the price for the phone has been dropped to $449.99.
That's the unlocked LTE phone sold on Sony's online store, which includes Sony's software additions on top of Android 4.4 (upgraded from 4.2). Earlier this week, the price of the Google Play Edition with stock Android 4.4 was also lowered. Read More