We all have too many cables in our lives, right? Right. Think about every room of your house or workplace. Cables for your phone, tablet, smartwatch, computer, and likely something else are lying around making a mess. So that’s Talk Android Deals is featuring the MOS Cable Organizer with a 51% discount. We want you to clean up that mess and live a slightly more organized life.
Now is the time to get a mobile gaming controller if you don’t already have one. Power A’s MOGA Pro Power controller is available through Amazon for just $32, a discount of 60%. It offers full-size control for supported games and even has a built-in 2200mAh battery so that you can continue gaming even when your phone’s battery is begging for mercy. The controller connects to mobile devices via a Bluetooth connection, but you can place it into the controller’s stand for easy use.
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.
Have a new phone that uses USB Type-C and can’t find a car charger that works with it? Get the Tronsmart 36W Dual Rapid Ports Car Charger with Quick Charge 2.0 for only $19.99, plus get an addition $8 off when you use promo code WLUTIB2W.
If you’ve been in the market for a new pair of headphones, KOAR is offering their Bluetooth Sound Buds for a whopping 77% off. This brings the completely wireless pair of headphones under 25 bucks. Read more
NVIDIA has had a busy couple of days, its Shield Android TV box landing in the UK today, with the 16GB variant priced at £149 and the 500GB Pro version going for £229. Yesterday, NVIDIA also announced its new video game streaming service called GeForce NOW, with a £7.49 ($7.99) monthly subscription. And today, firmware update 2.0 is also busy rolling out to the Shield TV, bringing 4K gaming and other improvements.
One of the challenges international travelers face when abroad is what to do about maintaining connections with the people in their lives who want to call them. Frequently this means buying a “throwaway” smartphone or SIM with a temporary number in the country you may be visiting or incurring high roaming charges to use your own phone and number. Strone Technology hopes to help travelers with the Strone Roam device and service, which is currently on Indiegogo. Read more
Android Wear didn’t feature much during Google’s Nexus announcement yesterday (which you can catch up on right here), but it’s still managing to garner some headlines for itself. This comes courtesy of TAG Heuer, who has revealed it will launch its Android Wear running smartwatch, the Carrera 01, in November.
Yesterday’s Nexus event saw a whole bunch of new devices and services announced by Google, it was engrossing stuff. Google didn’t waste any time at all, moving from one device launch to another, bada-bing-bada-boom. But wait, did you miss the proceedings? Don’t sweat it, you can watch the Nexus announcement in its entirety because Google has uploaded the event to YouTube. And, because we are nice like that, we’ve handily embedded the video after the break.
The Accessories section of the Google Store just got busier. With the introduction of the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, Google needed to bring in new cases and cables. Both phones need to cases to protect them (and maybe add style), but the inclusion of cables is more important as Google has implemented USB Type-C ports with the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. So now there are all different types of cables that allow your device with a USB Type-C port to work with other phones, ports, and chargers.
Hit the break to see the accessories Google is now selling.