[Deal] Amazon slashes the price of its Fire Tablet, Fire TV Stick, Echo and other devices in Black Friday promotion


Black Friday craziness has descended upon us, with everyone and his dog discounting all the items under the sun trying to entice your hard-earned cash out of your wallet, or purse for that matter. Amazon is one of the biggest culprits, cutting prices on its Kindle and Fire hardware in the UK and the US, some of which were already cheap to start with.  Read more

[Deal] UK Google Store cuts prices on Nexus 9, Nexus cases and more for Black Friday


Everyone is getting into the spirit of Black Friday madness, Amazon slashed prices of its own-brand devices earlier, and now the UK Google Store has reduced prices on the Nexus 9, Nexus cases, and the Huawei Watch. And if that isn’t quite enough, buying a new Chromecast will also get you a goodly amount of Play Store credit to get started with. Join us after the break for more details. Read more

Samsung UK says the Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 won’t be updated to Lollipop

Samsung_Galaxy_TabPRO_8.4_Main_TADo you remember the Galaxy TabPRO series of tablets that Samsung launched last year with high-end specifications, a premium price and a short shelf life? If you do, you may have a better memory than Samsung because according to Samsung UK’s Twitter team, the TabPRO 8.4 model won’t be updated to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Which means you can probably forget about getting a Marshmallow update as well.  Read more

[Deal] The Moto X Play is on sale for just £199 from Amazon UK today


If you are in the market for a new smartphone, or perhaps thinking of giving one as a present to a loved one (it is getting to that time of year, you know), choosing the right phone at the right price can be somewhat taxing. But what would you say if I told you that the black Moto X Play can be found for just £199 from Amazon UK today, saving £70 on the usual price? Read more

[Deal] Get £20 of Play Store credit when buying the Chromecast v2 from the UK Google Store


The second version of Google’s Chromecast has been out for a couple of months now and has been well received, our very own Jeff Causey reviewed it for us, and said that Chromecast v2 was a ‘more well-rounded streaming device‘. If you live in the UK and have thought about ordering the Chromecast v2, either for yourself or as a gift, then Google will throw in some Play Store credit as an incentive. Read more

Amazon expands its Prime Same Day delivery service to more parts of the UK

Same day delivery is a service that is just beginning to catch on in the UK, with Argos’ Fast Track Delivery being the most widely available option, as opposed to Amazon’s Prime Same Day service which, up until now, has been limited to Greater London and select Berkshire and Hertfordshire areas. That is about to change, though, as Amazon has announced that its Same Day service is now available in a number of new locations in England and Scotland. Read more

Samsung Pay rumoured to launch in China, Spain, and the UK in early 2016


Samsung Pay launched in South Korea and the US earlier this year, and it’s been going great guns, already notching up more than 1 million users in Samsung’s home market. Besides the possibility of becoming available for more brands in the future, it seems that Samsung has its eyes on expanding its mobile payments system to other regions as well. Read more

Nest’s 3rd Generation Learning Thermostat is Now Available in the UK for £199

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With the UK heading firmly into winter, it’s fair to say that people will be cranking up the central heating in trying to stay warm over the next couple of months. Keeping on top of energy usage can be irksome at the best of times, which is where something like Alphabet‘s Nest Thermostat can soon prove its value, the third generation of which is now available in the UK for £199. Read more

[Deal] UK retailer Argos discounts the white 16GB Wi-Fi model of the Nexus 9 to just £149

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With Black Friday fast approaching, it seems many retailers are trying to steal a march on their competitors by cutting prices early on electronic goods. In the UK, it doesn’t get much better than the HTC manufactured Nexus 9 16GB (white), which can be found heavily discounted from Argos for just £149 ($226), which is basically half price.  Read more