Prime Now costs an additional $7.99 per purchase for one-hour delivery, but if you are not in so much a rush, a two-hour delivery is completely free. (more…)
Now that we have Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge pricing and availability out of the way, it’s time to focus our attention for a minute on the HTC One M9. Like Samsung’s flagships, the One M9 will go up for pre-order tomorrow, March 27, and arrive at most carriers April 10. Since there is only one model, pricing here is pretty straight forward, with a full retail price sitting right around $650 at most places, but there will also be monthly payment options.
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Samsung announced this morning that the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge go up for pre-order starting tomorrow, March 27, with nationwide availability opening up on April 10. That doesn’t mean that all carriers will have the device available that day, so we thought we would gather all of the information from individual carriers and slap it for you in a single post. Let’s make this easy – well, as easy as it can be with two phones, three colors, three storage sizes, and who knows how many price points and payment plans.
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Amazon announced this morning that a major update will be rolling out to the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick over the coming weeks. The update introduces expandable USB storage to the Fire TV, allows you to connect either device to hotel or dorm room WiFi, adds Bluetooth wireless headphone support, lets you search Prime playlists, and more.
The full changelog can be found below for the update, which is free, of course. (more…)
With Prime Now, mobile shoppers on iOS and Android can choose to have select items rushed to their house with 1-hour and 2-hour delivery options. For the 2-hour option, the service is free, but for the 1-hour ultra rushed delivery, users must pay $7.99 extra. (more…)
As we all found out, Google’s latest Play Store birthday celebration was not as extravagant as we know the company is capable of. In the past, they have given away a ton of free apps, 10¢ apps, and other goodies to get people excited. This year, we got a free copy of Transformers. Boo. On the other hand, Amazon is celebrating the Appstore’s birthday, and is taking this opportunity to completely one-up Google. (more…)
Samsung may have flipped the bird to microSD cards, but that doesn’t mean most of the rest of the industry is fully in support of them. HTC is. LG is too. Sony loves SD cards. So that, my friends, means you should still be interested in deals like today’s over at Amazon. SanDisk flash storage – including microSD cards – has been slashed by up to 40%.
You can grab a UHS-1 Class 10 32GB microSD card for as little as $12.99. Maybe you need more storage? Jump to 64GB for just $24.99. Even SanDisk’s Extreme PRO cards with speeds up to 95MB/s have been discounted by 20%.
And if you simply do not need another microSD card in your collection, you can also buy regular SD cards or thumb drives on the cheap.