[Deal] Save $100 by purchasing Motorola’s flagship phone and smartwatch together


Right now, you can purchase two of Motorola’s pricier devices together and save a nice amount of money. Motorola is taking $100 off of a bundle that includes the Moto X Pure Edition and Moto 360 (2015). And, yes, you can customize both the phone and the smartwatch through Moto Maker.

Shoppers loved Amazon’s Fire and Fire TV Stick during the holidays


When you’re selling a tablet for $50, people question the quality of the hardware and software. It wouldn’t be surprising for a tablet that cheap to have an ugly, thick body and laggy software. But Amazon seems to have found an incredible value in the Fire. The $50 price unlocks access to Amazon’s large catalog of content. And it turns out that holiday shopper loved the tablet because Amazon says the Fire was the best-selling, most wished-for, and most gifted item on the company’s site during the holidays.

Best Buy is selling the Nexus 6P, temporary discount included


The Nexus 6P, Google’s high-end flagship to carry the company through most of 2016, is now being sold by another retailer. As expected, Best Buy is selling the Nexus 6P. The electronics retailer is selling just the 64GB model in Aluminum at the moment while also taking $50 off of its price. So you can get this model for $499 compared to its usual $549 price.

It’s unclear when (or even if) Best Buy will be adding other storage options and colors of the Nexus 6P to its lineup.

T-Mobile tempts Verizon customers to switch with a year’s free Hulu and 50% off selected accessories

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.

Walmart Pay to launch in selected Walmart stores this week, rolling out nationwide by mid-2016

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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.  

[Deal] Get the Fire HD 6 Tablet for just £59 from Amazon UK


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.