Pebble, what can only be described as the most successful smartwatch to date, is now available through Amazon. Up until this week, Pebble was only available directly through Pebble’s site or through select retailers like Best Buy. This move, as you can imagine, is huge for the wearable startup. At $149.99 through the online retail giant, though, you aren’t seeing a deal – that’s the exact same price that Pebble is listed at everywhere else. (more…)
Still haven’t decided whether or not you want to join the dongle clan? How about a Black Friday weekend deal on the Chromecast that drops the device’s price to $29.99? Normally listed at $35 almost everywhere, you are looking at a $5 saving, which isn’t exactly some unbeatable deal, but Google is also tossing in a $6 Google Play credit with the purchase. (more…)
Just in time for the holiday season, Amazon is selling both models of the new Nexus 7 for about $30 off. Usually priced at $229.99, the 16GB model can be purchased for a flat $199.99, and the 32GB model can be had for only $239.99. It’s a pretty sweet deal on a tablet that performs insanely well. (more…)
We’re fully aware that Motorola’s MotoMaker customization service has finally arrived for the Verizon variant of the Moto X and that you can snatch one up for an incredibly low $50 price, but what if you only have a single cent to your name yet still need a great phone? Amazon has you covered for the time being. For a penny ($0.01), Amazon will hook you up with either a black or white Moto X on Verizon. The deal is for new lines of service or upgrades, so everyone is essentially eligible.
There is no telling how long this deal will last, as the Moto X price has been jumping all over the place over the last couple of weeks.
And don’t forget that the Verizon Moto X is the first to receive Android 4.4 Kit Kat, an update that started rolling out today. We’ve already taken you on a tour with it and showed the world how to get Google Wallet up and running.
Amazon announced a free software update for owners of Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HDX tablets this morning, full of new features and optimizations. A few changes in OS 3.1 users will experience is a newly baked-in integration with Goodreads, an online book reading/reviewing community where bookworms can share recommendations with each other. Amazon also added a video “Fling” feature that allows users to fling movies and TV shows from their tablets, right to a Samsung Smart TV or PlayStation 3 console. (more…)
Thanks to Amazon, we now know that Acer is looking to introduce a C7 Chromebook that features an 11.6″ touchscreen display. This laptop, once officially announced, will be the second Chromebook to feature a touchscreen after Google’s own Chromebook Pixel. What’s great about the C7 with a touchscreen is that it appears Acer is pricing this one quite affordably, right around $400. Compared to Google’s $1300 offering, this is dirt cheap. (more…)
When Google first introduced their new flagship phone at the end of last week, they told us to expect retail availability of the Nexus 5 at outlets like Sprint, T-Mobile, Amazon, Best Buy and RadioShack. As of this morning, they can check off three as the phone is now available with Sprint service at Best Buy, Amazon, and Sprint.com. The thing is, unless you are interested in overpaying for the phone or signing a contract, you should probably consider taking your chances with Google Play inventory and ship times. (more…)
Is your mind still set on getting Motorola’s latest and greatest on Verizon’s network? Well, Amazon is now selling the Moto X for just $49.99 on contract through its website, which is a pretty great deal for a device that we are still in love with. The deal is open to anyone upgrading or setting up a new Individual Plan or Family Plan, so if you were in the market, be sure to check it out. (more…)