Next time you’re out for a stroll, stop by any store where Android Pay is accepted and get a $20 e-gift card from Best Buy.
Oh, of course there’s a catch.
A gold version of Google’s Nexus 6P leaked a few times before the device was ever officially announced, but so far only Japan has been confirmed to carry the gold Nexus 6P. However, some rumors point to Google changing things up a bit and bringing that elusive gold color to the US. Read more
It would seem that T-Mobile is once again gunning for Verizon. Back in May, it was with the #NeverSettle promotion that allowed Verizon customers to experience the Un-carrier network via a trial. Now it’s enticing Verizon customers with the lure of a year’s subscription to Hulu and a 50% discount on financed accessories if they switch to T-Mobile’s Simple Choice postpaid plan. With no trade-in necessary. Read more
When we think about the various services we can use to pay for groceries with our smartphones, there’s a good chance that Samsung Pay, Android Pay, and Apple Pay are the three most common options. It seems other companies want a slice of the mobile payments pie as well, though. One of which is Walmart, that has just announced its own payment service imaginatively called ‘Walmart Pay’, launching in selected stores in the US from Thursday. Walmart Pay is expected to become available nationwide (US) by the first half of 2016. Read more
Only one month after its launch, the Google Nexus 5X has already begun showing deals. Through the end of the year, one can purchase the Nexus 5X at a discounted price on either the Google Store or Amazon. Read more
Giving a tablet as a Christmas present can serve dual purposes; on the one hand, it will make you feel good that you gave such a nice present, and on the other it will keep the recipient busy (quiet) for hours. You don’t have to spend the earth either because Amazon’s Fire HD 6 is a perfectly decent offering with decent features for its price. And, handily for this time of year, it has been discounted to just £59, giving a saving of £20. Read more
I think it’s safe to say that Huawei’s Nexus 6P has been warmly received by just about everyone, other than those odd videos showing it being bent. If you live in Europe and haven’t managed to get your hands on one yet, then this could be for you. While the graphite 32GB Nexus 6P is £449 from the Google Store, you can save £40 by grabbing one for just £399 plus a £10 Top-up from a bricks and mortar EE store in the UK, unfortunately, the offer isn’t available online. Read more
Being that it’s another Tuesday in December, HTC is back with another round of Holiday Hot Deals. Everything in the company’s online store, for today only, is seeing a 40% discount. Even if you don’t have an HTC phone, you should still take a look at the companies accessories. HTC has earphones, chargers, and battery packs that might be appealing. For those of you that do indeed own an HTC-made device, you’re options include a wide selection of cases and covers.
HTC is also selling the already-affordable Desire 626 for just $149, a cozy $30 discount from its usual $179 price.
If you live in India and have waited patiently to get your hands on the HTC One A9 (reviewed here) that has helped propel HTC to a 6-month high in revenue, you don’t have too long to wait. From December 9th, you’ll be able to register your interest in the device exclusively via Snapdeal’s registration page. Read more
At the end of November, Fossil’s Q Founder saw itself earn a page on the Google Store with the dreaded ‘coming soon’ label. Anytime that label is used, people worry and assume a release is a month or more away. But the Q Founder is now ready to be purchased and shipped out to customers. The Q smartwatch will leave the Google Store warehouse in 1-2 business days.