[TA Deals] iBlazr 2 Flash Bundle (Multiple Colors)


Unless you’re living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that our smartphones have become the dominant method in taking photographs in the last decade. For the average person, that is.

For professional-level photography, there are quite a few more things needed in order to achieve that grade of pictures. Different lenses, film over digital in some cases, and flash set ups for example, and over the years we’ve seen a lot of peripherals made for smartphones in order to bridge that gap.

[TA Deals] Unclutter your pockets with KeySmart 2.0 Titanium Key Organizer


I like to live by the philosophy of minimalism and organization. Life works best when you keep it simple and orderly.

You can apply this way of life to just about anything, even what’s in your pockets. So are you the type of person that has so many keys on your key ring that you can barely stuff them into your pocket? Do you have a spiderweb of keys that when you put them in your purse they inevitably get tangled up with your headphones or whatever else you ladies put in there?

If so then you might want to check out the latest bargain on Talk Android Deals: the KeySmart 2.0 Titanium Key Organizer.

Choetech Circle wireless charger review


Wireless charging is quickly becoming a big deal these days, with many flagship devices now offering built-in wireless charging capabilities. The Samsung’s entire line of flagship Galaxy devices all offer this, with the newer models even supporting speedier wireless charging.

I was first introduced to wireless charging with my old Nexus 5, and I’ve been happily using this method for charging my devices ever since. With my Galaxy S6 Edge, it gets its nightly charge this way as well from the Samsung wireless charging pad that was made available this year to go along with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.

So now I’m trying out a new, third-party wireless charger on the market: the Choetech Circle.

[TA Deals] MOTA 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub for $18, save 35%


Continuing with some of the great deals that Talk Android is offering, the MOTA 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub is next on our list. So if you’re the kind of tech junkie that has tons of peripherals or likes to have a smart-device charging station at your computer desk, this hub would be perfect for you (or someone you know…).

On Talk Android Deals, you can purchase one for $18. And, as is customary for a lot of our deals, we throw in free shipping as well.

Android operating system brought to Samsung Gear S thanks to XDA developer and CyanogenMod

Gear s wrist straps

Samsung might not have been the very first smartwatch manufacturer, but they definitely have been one of the most adamant companies in pushing the appeal of a wrist-borne computer. Additionally, one could easily argue that they also produce the most beautiful of all the smartwatches: the curved Gear S. Also, arguably, the Gear S has one of the biggest flaws of all the smartwatches out on the market: Tizen.

Until XDA developer biktor_gj stepped up and brought Android to the Gear S via CyanogenMod 12.1. And what was Biktor’s opening comment upon success? “Hey GearS! Welcome to the Android family!”

Marvell to launch new cost-effective SoC that focuses on advanced communication features


In a recent news release, the Santa Clara microprocessor manufacturer, Marvell, has announced a new 64-bit quad-core SoC that is both cost-effective and focuses heavily on carrier aggregation performance. This new SoC comes in Marvell’s ARMADA line of chips, dubbed the Mobile PXA1918 R10 LTE Carrier Aggregation SoC Platform.