Amazon’s $50 Fire tablet is available to pre-order in singles or six-packs

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September is often the month that Amazon reveals new devices, and it’s certainly proving to be the case in 2015. It was only yesterday that Amazon’s rumoured $50 tablet was spotted being put through its paces on GFXBench, and now all of a sudden it’s official and simply called the Fire tablet. It’s priced at just $49.99 and you can even buy it in a six-pack. Join us after the break to see what this $50 Fire tablet has to offer. Read more

Amazon Prime subscribers now get 6 months free access to the The Washington Post


When Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, bought The Washington Post in 2013, many wondered what value the newspaper would bring to the global retailer. Now it seems, we are finding out, with Amazon’s announcement that the Amazon Prime subscription in the US now includes 6 months worth of free, unlimited, access to the Digital Edition of The Washington Post.

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Three UK rolls out its 4G Super-Voice ‘VoLTE’ technology for improved network coverage


Three has just announced it has begun to roll out its 4G Super-Voice technology in the UK making it easier for customers to make calls, send texts or go online in places that had previously had poor or no signal reception at all. While Three is calling the technology 4G Super-Voice, US readers may be more familiar with it under the VoLTE moniker. Read more

[Deal] Get the international Samsung Galaxy S6 for $429


The Galaxy S6, almost six months after its release, remains one of the best phones available today. Samsung changed many things with this handset, the most noticeable being the transition over to metal and glass materials. So it wasn’t surprising to see that the Galaxy S6 commanded a pretty high price. But right now through eBay you can get the Galaxy S6 for just $429.

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Sony reduces asking price of Xperia Z5 range just a few days after launch

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Sony unveiled its new range of handsets last week at IFA 2015 that included the regular-sized Xperia Z5, the smaller Xperia Z5 Compact and the bigger Xperia Z5 Premium. Soon afterwards, details on the handset’s prices were available, and it became blindingly obvious that the new devices weren’t exactly cheap. Just a few days later though, Sony UK has cut the prices for the new Xperia handsets, we have more details after the break. Read more