I don’t really know what to say with this one other than, yep, the failure that is/was the Amazon Fire Phone is finally priced where it should have been out of the gate. For $199, and without a contract or AT&T involvement, you can buy Amazon’s first, ultra-gimmicky phone.
This unlocked model includes 32GB of storage and works on the following GSM networks, according to Amazon – “All GSM Networks including AT&T, T-Mobile, Walmart Family Mobile, MetroPCS, Brightspot, Simple Mobile, Mobal, Net10, Straight Talk, h20 Wireless, and OneSimCard.” CDMA networks like Sprint and Verizon are not compatible. (more…)
We tend to operate under the idea that you can never have enough flash storage lying around. You just never know when you might need to toss a micro SD card into a new phone, tablet, camera, or game system. Especially now, since we have seen phone manufacturers (outside of Google and Motorola) fully buy back into the idea that customers want a slot for expandable storage, many of which support up to 128GB. So when we see solid deals on storage, like today’s over at Amazon, we try and share. (more…)
Thanks to an update for the official Amazon app in Google Play this week, shoppers who can’t get enough of Amazon can now browse the goods on their Android Wear smartwatch. (more…)
If you need additional storage around, or you need another power source around you at all times, Amazon is currently hosting a deal on PNY memory and power products. (more…)
Last-generation products may not have all the bells and whistles of the newer models, but there is no denying their worth when the price is right. Today, Amazon is selling last year’s Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″ for $259, a substantial $140 savings over MSRP ($399). (more…)
In case you haven’t noticed, Amazon frequently gives away apps. Not out of the goodness of its heart, of course, but to incentivize customers to use its app store. That may be too heavy a price to pay for some, but there’s no denying that some of the software in its latest free catalog – available Friday through Saturday – is quite tempting. (more…)
This morning, while we were trying to pump out all of the great Google Play and Motorola news, Amazon announced the Amazon Echo, an always-listening device which sits in your home, waiting on your every command.
Think of Echo as a personal assistant, who is attached to your Amazon account. It can listen and speak information to you, add things to your shopping list, play music with built-in speaker, and also keep track of your calendar. (more…)
Amazon announced this morning that Amazon Prime members now have access to unlimited photo storage with Prime Photos at no additional cost. Using services like the Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app on Android or iOS, Prime members can automatically upload new photos taken and access them at any time, anywhere. But that’s not all. (more…)