Many parts of the world are starting to enter the colder months of the year. It’s time to pack on extra layers and stay warm! Going about town, you’re probably wearing a hat and gloves to keep every inch of your body cozy. The problem with bundling up is that using your mobile devices can become a hassle. Just checking your phone or tablet in cold weather requires you to readjust. Hats are covering your ears from taking calls and most gloves aren’t compatible with touchscreens. It’s time you avoid the hassle by picking up the Bluetooth Beanie & Touchscreen Gloves Bundle from Talk Android Deals.
Samsung recently revealed its stylish new Gear S2 smartwatch running the Tizen operating system, garnering positive reviews along the way. Naturally the high-end market isn’t quite enough for the South Korean electronics giant, as it is allegedly looking at fleshing out its entry-level offerings in the wearables department. According to a report by SamMobile, Samsung is busy developing a health and fitness tracker, with model number SM-R150. Read more
If you’re thinking about buying a new Samsung phone over the holidays, Samsung is offering two new pricey bundles to tempt you. Both bundles are valued at about $349, and all you’ll have to do is buy a 2015 Samsung flagship and activate Samsung Pay. Read more
Amazon’s Echo device is slowly but surely catching on as a popular voice-control appliance. To help sales grow, Amazon has been partnering with a variety of other companies producing connected home devices so Echo can be integrated with those systems. Like all things digital, modifying a device like Echo to work in new, perhaps unexpected way, is not limited to official partnerships between big corporations. Sometimes a single hacker can do some pretty amazing stuff, like a recent proof of concept showing how an Amazon Echo could be used to control a power wheelchair. Read more
Accessories maker Lumsing recently sent me one of their power banks to check out, specifically the 10400mAh model. Now, you’re probably thinking a battery that big makes the size of this power bank massive; however, it’s not “massive” nor is it large. Lumsing isn’t asking you to walk around with extra weight in your bag or to place a brick on your desk. This power bank is light and compact while maintaining a big amount of power.
The USB Type-C take over has already started, and as this year comes to an end, we expect to see a few more smartphones and tablets hit the market bundling compatibility for the third-generation connection.
While we wait with bated breath for December 17 to come around so we can finally see what JJ Abrams has achieved with Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the merchandising campaign is well under way. While much of the associated merchandising will cost a pretty penny (the cynic in me understands why the film is being released in the holiday season), UK carrier, O2, has decided to give away 25,000 Star Wars themed Mini Buddy speakers via its Priority app from November 5. Read more
A little speaker with big sound. That’s what the EasyAcc DP200 Bluetooth Speaker is. EasyAcc’s very portable device packs two 5W loudspeakers and is designed to direct sound in all directions. And the kind people over at EasyAcc want you to take one home! So we’re co-hosting a free-to-enter contest with their DP200 Bluetooth Speaker, a $60 value, as the prize. You’re going to be able to listen to music, podcasts, or anything else from anywhere as it offers both a Bluetooth connection and an auxiliary port.
What’s not to love? Hit the break to enter.