People buy phone cases for lots of different reasons, most commonly to restyle a handset’s exterior and to protect (or at least attempt to protect) it from nicks and scratches. Whatever the objective, covers unfortunately do not come cheap; you can typically count on shelling out $25 and up for reputable brands. That’s why TYLT’s October promotion, which runs through the 30th, seems like such a steal.
TYLT’s cases usually retail between $35 and $50 , but are on sale for just $10 through the end of the month. Plus, shipping is free to customers within the continental United States. (more…)
Update: We wanted to point out that the contest now includes the newly announced Nexus 6.
Over at the DL Deals site, you will find a contest running that (in about 2 months) will reward one of you with a free Android phone of choice. It’s as simple as ever to enter – create an account there and click the “Enter” button. That gives you a single entry, but you can grab another six entries if you share the contest through social sites. (more…)
Have you ever watched Shark Tank? I love that show. If you do watch it, maybe you saw the following product called iLumi LED Smartbulb, which ended up being backed by Mark Cuban himself. Now, the product is available to the masses, bringing complete control over the lighting in your home. Usually priced at $90 a bulb, you can grab a iLumi bulb for just $79. (more…)
How would you like to make the next Flappy Bird or Granny Smith? What’s that, you have absolutely zero developing games? You need not worry, my friend. Through the DL Deals store, you can pick-up the Ultimate Game Developer Bundle for just $49, a 95% discount off the suggested price of $989. Seriously, that says 95% off. 95%.
So what do you get and how will this bundle make you a game developing beast? There are 7 courses, 30+ hours of training, and over 100 lectures that should teach you all there is to know. The courses include topics like an intro to game design with Unity3D, creating your first game with Stency, HTML5 game development for beginners, creating puzzle games, learning Android app development from scratch, and of course, how to make the next simple flappy game.
The deal and set of courses are only available for just over a week, so be sure to get in on it.
Over at the DL Deals site, you will find a contest running that (in 2 months) will reward one of you with a free Android phone of choice. It’s as simple as ever to enter – create an account there and click the “Enter” button. That gives you a single entry, but you can grab another six entries if you share the contest through social sites. (more…)
Taking place in our DL Deals store is your chance to become the Android hacker you always knew you could be. Usually priced at $503, The Elite Android Hacker Bundle features hours upon hours of online courses, lectures, and in-depth teaching that will leave you with a complete understanding of how to build Android applications, then to penetrate them. (more…)
With this sale ending in one day, you don’t have much time to scoop up a wallet-sized LithiumCard from the folks at LinearFlux. Originally an Indiegogo campaign, this little power bank fits right into your wallet, allowing you to “hypercharge” your devices in no time at all. (more…)
At $249.99, today’s deal on last year’s Moto X is a steal. Sure, the device may be over a year old, but take a look at what AT&T announced this morning – last year’s Moto G LTE for $199 at full retail. This original Moto X still tops the Moto G in every single category and is arguably better than a lot of 2014’s phones. It has a better display than the Moto G, better camera, better overall design, and was at one time, a flagship phone that we dubbed the best Android phone of 2013.
In today’s deal over at eBay, you can grab the GSM unlocked version (XT1053) in brand new condition, with no carrier branding, in either black or white for $249. The device supports both T-Mobile and AT&T bands of GSM and LTE, so you should have no trouble connecting it. The deal also includes free shipping.
On a related note, the Galaxy S4 Active can also be picked up for as little as $299. Another great deal.
eBay Link (Moto X) | eBay Link (Galaxy S4 Active)