For owners of compatible devices, Motorola’s Turbo Charger has landed on Google Play, but is not quite yet available for purchasing. When it does go live for buying, it is priced at its normal MSRP of $34.99, the same price as it is on Moto’s website. (more…)
The HTC One (M8) Google Play Edition, the last remaining Google Play Edition device, is no longer for sale. In fact, the device isn’t even listed under the “Phones & Tablets” tab on Google Play; you need a direct link in order to see it. Not that this change is much of a surprise, since the new HTC flagship is around the corner, but it’s sort of sad to see, because this could be the end of the Google Play Edition line of devices. (more…)
Without breaking into a complete headbanging fest or reciting countless amounts of lyrics, I would like to inform you that Mötley Crüe’s Greatest Hits album is currently free over on Google Play.
Featuring all of their hits, such as Girls, Girls, Girls, Kickstart My Heart, Dr. Feelgood, Same Ol’ Situation, and countless others, this is a complete no-brainer for any rock fans we have here.
Go grab it. (more…)
Chromecast was already a steal at $35 – you would be hard pressed to find a cheaper, more simple device to beam audio and video from your smartphone, tablet, and computer to your TV – but Best Buy’s promotion makes it a no-brainer. Until the end of January, purchasing the dongle from the electronics retailer will net you $20 worth of Google Play credit. (more…)
Update: Sony and Google announced this morning that The Interview will be available for rental ($6) or purchase ($15) starting today at 10AM Pacific (1PM Eastern). The controversial movie can be found through SeeTheInterview.com as well as Google Play, YouTube, and XBOX Video.
By now you have probably heard the story of Sony’s The Interview, a movie starring Seth Rogen and James “Flacco” Franco. And I don’t mean the actual plot line of the movie, I’m talking about Sony Pictures being hacked over the making of the movie, followed by threats of violence by hackers towards theaters and moviegoers who attended the movie’s showings, which led to the pulling of the picture by its makers, which eventually ended with President Barack Obama calling the move a “mistake.” We haven’t reported on the happenings of this Hollywood disaster, because well, it had nothing to do with Android. That is, until now. (more…)
Some of you may be disappointed that you didn’t win the Nexus 6 that we put up for grabs yesterday morning, I get that. To make it up to you, not only are we giving away a couple of massive NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet bundles, but we also have $100 in Google Play gift cards that we are going to hand out over the next hour. More specifically, we have ten (10) $10 Google Play gift cards that you will have the chance to win.
How can you win, you are probably wondering? It will be pretty easy, actually. Over the next hour, we will hand out redemption codes that are each worth $10 in Google Play credit through our social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook, and Google+). All you need to do is grab those codes before someone else, submit them to Google Play’s “Redeem Code” box, and enjoy! (more…)