Internationally unveiled a few weeks back, Samsung’s newest mid-range tablet recruits are now officially headed stateside as well. And in case last year’s Galaxy Tab 4 trio didn’t make it clear enough, the Tab A 8.0 and 9.7 do – it’s all about providing low-cost choice for prospective iPad Air/Mini buyers.
Pulling a stunt we’ve come to expect from Sprint or Verizon, AT&T not only joins the G Flex 2 launch party late, but it also does so charging a ludicrous premium.
Samsung Galaxy S6It’s virtually impossible to find a decent deal on a sizzling hot smartphone like Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, especially now that T-Mobile’s free Netflix promo has expired. But Best Buy continues to bundle the two metal-and-glass gadgets with complimentary wireless charging pads (typically worth $59.99), separately offering a cool discount for folks looking to upgrade from an ancient GS4.
Thunder beats lightning, or so the nation’s leading “Uncarrier” seems to think, with a slew of web-only smartphone promotions offered through April 22. The rumble starts with Samsung’s yesteryear flagship, the Galaxy S5, outshined and overshadowed by the “next big thing(s)” and thus in dire need of a wow factor lift.
Thnaks to the new Chrome OS update, your Chromebook is about to get stronger and faster, and it won’t cost you six million dollars.
It’s raining lucrative gadget promotions this beginning of the week, and in case you’re made of steel and able to resist both the Fire HD 7 deal at Amazon and Best Buy and BlackBerry’s assortment of discounts, we have something even better for you.
According to Ina Fried of Recode, and two no doubt well-connected sources of hers, Nokia Technologies wants to climb back on the phone designing horse as early as 2016.
It’s not that we expected the world from Sony’s next-gen flagship phone, between all the familiar photo shoots and underwhelming hardware exposés of late. But deep down, we hoped the oft-rumored Xperia Z4 was an elaborate hoax.
Make no mistake, the timing of this latest promotion brought to you by BlackBerry’s U.S. online store is anything but coincidental. As details regarding the Canadian company’s next hero device start trickling in, older BB gear must go.
For a limited time, the Amazon Fire HD 7 is only $79, at least if you can make do with 8 GB internal storage and sponsored screensavers. Remember, there’s no microSD external space expansion possibility, and the OS easily occupies half of those scant 8 gigs.
Likely wishing to nip fragility concerns in the bud, LG seems to have taken a page from HTC’s very cool playbook with an Uh-Oh protection plan of its own.
When Huawei threw its hat in the fancy wearable ring, pricing its debut Watch dangerously close to Apple Watch tags, we started fearing the budget Chinese specialist was signaling an ill-advised change of strategy. Fortunately for the company’s financial prosperity and smartphone competition, the just-announced P8 is by no means an iPhone 6 Plus match.