Our friends at Spigen have realized the importance of having accessories available at launch for devices like the Nexus 5. Their launch day line-up includes three different screen protectors and three different case types, all in a variety of colors. As long-time followers of the site know, we have been fans of their high-quality and ultra-slim cases for some time, so seeing a handful already available for the new Nexus brings a sparkle to our eyes. So, what do you say we give some away? (more…)
This morning, NVIDIA announced an OTA update which will be available for all SHIELD owners, one that will increase the device’s functionality by an incredible amount. Not only is NVIDIA introducing a ton of new and interesting features, but the device is being bumped up to Android 4.3, sticking to their plans of having the most current versions of Android running on the device. That is something we as the Android community appreciate immensely. (more…)
Since it’s a Wednesday (not that there is any real significance there), we thought you’d enjoy a chance to walk away with a $25 Google Play gift card. It has been over a month since we last hooked you guys up with straight Google Play cash, and that my friends, is far too long for you to have to wait. We have five in house that will go to five awesome members of the DL community. (more…)
We took a good look at the official Google Play cases for the Nexus 7 (2013 edition), and now is your chance to take them off of our hands. This contest will run over the entire weekend, so you will have plenty of time to get your entries in. We have a blue option and a red option, so feel free to throw in your color choice when entering. They are very well-made cases, priced at $50 a pop on Google Play, so why not try and win one for free?
So, I’m not exactly sure why there are five unopened Chromecast devices sitting on my desk, but I do know that they need to go away. And that means you have a chance to win one. Well, five of you have a chance to win one since there are that many sitting here.
Even though the price shock and impulse buy-worthiness of the Chromecast has disappeared a bit since launch, it’s still one of our favorite new tech products of 2013. The potential is here, we just need Google to open it all up. This is your chance to get in on that potential without spending a dime. (more…)
A couple of weeks ago, we took a look at Cruzerlite’s new cases for the Nexus 7 (2013), also mentioning that we had a bunch of them to give away. Today, we’re following up on that promise by launching an easy contest that will land 11 of you with a brand new case from our friend’s at Cruzerlite. We have colors ranging from red to grey to pink, all of which you’ll have a chance to win by tomorrow morning.
To check our Cruzerlite’s ever-growing line of affordable cases for your Android devices, hit up their store.
If you have yet to sign-up for this year’s NFL Eliminator, we encourage you to do so before Thursday evening when the Broncos and Ravens kick off the 2013 NFL season. Our prize once again this year, is a phone of choice to the winner at a $650 value. You could pick up the new Moto X, potentially a Galaxy Note 3, or maybe even whatever the next Nexus device is.
It’s free to join as usual, lasts 17 weeks, and again, could win you a phone of choice.
All of the details can be found here.
In less than a week, the 2013 NFL season officially kicks off with a showdown between the Broncos and Ravens. If you have been a part of the Droid Life community over the last couple of years, you also know that the start of the season means that our annual eliminator challenge is in store. And like in years past, we’re rewarding the end-of-year winner with a phone of choice, valued at up to $650. Since many of us lost out early last year with a week 2 upset, I think I can speak for the crowd when I say that I can’t wait for this year’s challenge to start.
If you aren’t familiar with NFL eliminators, we have some basic rules for you below, along with a link to more in-depth instructions. The basics are: join for free, pick a winner each week, go the entire season without getting a pick wrong, and you win. It sounds simple, but boy is it tough, especially since you can only use each team once.