I can’t believe this deal is continuing to be available over at Groupon. Google’s last 7-inch tablet, the Nexus 7 (2013), after being featured by the deal site for almost two months, can still be picked with 16GB of storage for just $149. We are talking a brand new device, as well, not the refurbished kind that most deal sites are hawking these days. This is a unit that retailed for $229 when it was first released.
Still in search of a tablet? As odd as this may sound, the 2013 Nexus 7, even at $149, is still a heck of a deal.
Here is a quick reminder for a deal currently taking place in the DL Deals Store, where folks can pick up a lifetime of password security and comprehensive management from the good people at Sticky Password for just $24.99. (more…)
Ready for the most productive year of your life? If not, maybe today’s bundle of software from the folks over at Pocket, will help convince you that it is time to get your world in order. Called “The Productivity Pack,” Pocket has teamed up with Evernote, LastPass, Wunderlist, and the New York Times to get you a deal on all of these apps’ premium services for a discounted price. (more…)
Ready to build your first app, but want to do so using some of the latest Android dev tools like Android Studio 1.0 and with a guide for Google’s new Material Design language? You may want to check out the course available in the DL Deals shop that is currently on sale for $89 ($499 worth of info). The course includes 30 hours of video instruction, plus 10+ app-building exercises and a variety of topics to help you get ready for Android 5.0 “Lollipop.”
Here is a list of the topics covered:
- Java: Learn the language used to develop all native Android apps
- eXtensible Markup Language: Learn how to represent data with text
- Android Studio 1.0: the future tool for Android development
- Android Lollipop: Use the latest Android version
- Material Design: Bring your apps to life with Android’s newest design guidelines
- SQLite: Store data on your device with the SQLite database
- Git: Learn how to use Git for version control and collaboration
- Google APIs: Google tools such as Maps provide functionality for powerful apps
For a limited time, Amazon is offering the Nexus 9, in both 16GB and 32GB storage options, for $50 off of their suggested retail price. To do the math for you, that brings the prices down to just $349 for the 16GB and $429 for the 32GB. (more…)
As a quick reminder, we wanted to point out that the Double Nexus Giveaway through the DL Deals shop ends in two days. If you have yet to enter or increase your chances of winning by entering in all of the social-sharing-ways possible, you should do so soon. All entries must be received by 11:59 PM CDT on 1/12/15.
To recap, the Double Nexus Giveaway is your chance to win both a Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. To enter, you only need to sign-up to receive emails from the DL Deals shop, but can also enter in additional ways by sharing on Twitter or Google+. And that’s it!
Power packs. After spending another week at CES, I once again am so thankful for having them with me. There are times that you just can’t get to an outlet to get some juice in your back-up phone that’s about to die before 8PM. Some times, you need some help that doesn’t involve a socket in a wall.
If you have yet to buy yourself a power pack or battery pack of any kind, now would be a great time to consider it. Through an eBay daily deal, you can grab one of Motorola’s Power Pack 3000 (which means it has a 3,000mAh capacity) for just $8.99. Regularly, these packs run $49.99. I don’t think I need to do the math there for you to realize the substantial discount.
And if one of them isn’t enough, you can opt for a 2-pack of the Power Pack 3000 for just $14.99. So instead of paying $100 (plus shipping) from Motorola, you can have two of their high capacity battery packs for $15, with free shipping.
UPDATE: Amazon has the same deal going, but with Prime shipping for Prime members. Amazon Link.
eBay Links: Motorola Power Pack 3000 ($8.99) | 2-Pack Motorola Power Pack 3000 ($14.99) (more…)
For a limited time on the DL Deals Store, folks can grab a pack of 3 durable and flexible micro USB cables for $15, capable of charging most Android devices you may own.
The cables measure in at 7″ long, featuring a textured, “armor which protects the cable and connector housings.” If you own a few portable battery packs or your car has a USB port for charging phones, then these little guys will be perfect for you at just $15. (more…)