Google unveils ‘The Google Shop’ located in a Curry’s PC World store in London

Google is predominantly known as ‘the Search Giant’ as well as the guiding force behind the Android operating system, but now it has just opened its very first branded store called The Google Shop. Google’s retail outlet is a store-within-a-store and is located within a Currys PC World shop on Tottenham Road in London.  Read more

Download an app from Amazon’s Appstore to stand a chance to win a $25,000 shopping spree

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If you’ve ever wished you could go on a big shopping spree at Amazon, there’s a chance your wish might actually come true. That’s right, Amazon is giving you the chance to win $25,000 in gift cards to spend on its site, all you have to do is download an app to your Android device via the Amazon Appstore. For our international readers, it should be noted that this is a US only competition, sorry!

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Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge handsets rake in over 20 million pre-orders

 

The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge handsets were only unveiled just over a week ago (March 1st) at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but that hasn’t stopped Samsung’s latest Galaxy flagships from raking in over 20 million pre-orders. That’s a decent chunk of change, especially when the entry-level S6 is priced at €700 ($761) while the S6 Edge, that won the MWC’s award for Best New Device, commands a higher price of €850 ($924). This should go some way to helping Samsung’s share price recover from its 3-year low. Read more

The Huawei Watch is mischievously priced at €999/$1083 on Amazon Germany pre-order page

Huawei Watch silver  Amazon.de  ElectronicsA few days ago, we ran a story refuting the rumour that the Huawei Watch might be retailing for $1000. However, Amazon Germany now has the Huawei Watch available to pre-order for €999 ($1083), which is an eye-watering amount to spend for an Android Wear smartwatch. As you can probably tell though, all is not as it seems. Read more

[Deal] Nexus 9 tablet available through Office Depot at discount

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If you have been eyeing the Google Nexus 9 tablet, Office Depot may have a deal that makes it a little easier for you to grab one of the devices. The office supplies retailer has several variants of the Google tablet listed at discounted prices. The best deal is for the white 16GB version which is currently listed for only $320, which is $80 or 20% off the normal $400 price tag.

If you want the black version with 16GB of memory, you can grab one for $350. Meanwhile, the 32Gb versions in black or white are available for $430 which is a $50 savings off the normal $480 price tag.

All of the variants are currently listed as being in stock and with free shipping, should be delivered within three to five days. Hit the source link if you want to grab one of these tablets at a special price.

source: Office Depot

Unlocked Nexus 6 (32 GB) in both Cloud White and Midnight Blue now available at Amazon

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The Nexus 6 might not be the most popular phone in the land, but it certainly is the toughest one to purchase. If you’ve been trying to get your hands on one, you can grab the 32 GB version at Amazon for $649.99, just $0.99 more than what you would pay Google through the Play Store. They have both Cloud White and Midnight Blue in stock, and it’s on Prime so you can save the shipping costs and receive it in 2 days, assuming you’re a Prime member.

Just hit the source link below and choose which color you want to get your order in.

source: Amazon

Flipkart to sell the Motorola Moto Maxx (aka DROID Turbo) in India

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Consumers living in India that are in the market for a new smartphone should keep an eye on what Flipkart has coming soon. The online retailer posted the teaser image above, showing that an unspecified Motorola device is nearing a release. Based on the use of the word “turbocharged” and the description below it, we believe that the DROID Turbo is what Flipkart is promoting. It will not be sold as the DROID Turbo in India as that name is utilized only in the United states. Motorola will instead market the handset as the Moto Maxx.

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