It was only last month that the new Samsung Galaxy E7 and Galaxy E5 were made official for India, and now we have news of pricing cuts for both of these smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy E7 and E5 India price drops may not be huge, but will be welcomed by potential buyers with either of…
Every so often, Amazon enjoys putting up dozens of free Android apps and games, and today they’ve done just that ahead of Valentine’s Day. While the new promo doesn’t have a name, they are giving away up to $140 worth of free Android apps.
People get excited anytime a new smartphone arrives, even manufacturers. We’ve seen a lot of sites jump the gun with new product listings lately, and a new HTC One M9 accessory may have spilled the beans on the HTC One M9 design.
Google unveiled the Nexus Player back in October, and while it’s a major improvement over previous versions of Google/Android TV, it hasn’t necessarily sold like hotcakes. It’s also been available solely through the Play Store until today. If you want to pick up the Nexus Player, and prefer to buy it from another source, it’s now available through Amazon, Newegg and Best Buy.
Lego games are becoming increasingly popular, and they are a great fit for mobiles. It’s also safe to say that Star Wars is pretty popular, so when you combine the two it’s easy to imagine an instant hit. Console and PC gamers got down with one such game roughly 10 years ago, and now LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga for Android has finally arrived.
If you shop online, there is a good chance you’ve purchased something from Amazon in the past few weeks. Amazon appreciates it, and they’re giving a little back in the form of free Android apps. They do this a quite often, but this time it seems they’ve pulled out all the stops
Amazon was mighty proud of the Fire phone when it was first released, and it’s safe to say that things haven’t quite panned out as they would have liked. If you did happen to pick up the smartphone, you will be pleased with the new Amazon Fire Phone update which has just rolled out today.
Huawei’s smartphones are popular in China, India and various other regions throughout the world. Not so much in the states or the UK, but only because the handsets aren’t widely available. We learned the company would be branching out to the UK back in October, and it looks like the first Honor 6 UK reviews have started to roll in.
By:Debbie Turner | December 9, 2014 Under: Tablet PC
The Google Nexus 9 tablet will be in big demand over the next few months. Nexus devices are hugely popular with Android enthusiasts as they run pure vanilla Android and are the first to receive new OS updates. The Nexus 9 for India is now up for grabs at Amazon, giving buyers another option for…
Otium is a new brand based out of China, and we’ve touched on a couple of their “interesting” products in the past. A new one just showed up on Amazon a few days ago in the form of the Otium Gear Smartwatch, and it will only set you back $83 bucks.