By Humberto Saabedra on December 4, 2013
Amazon offers 50GB of free storage for a year with the purchase of select Android smartphones, with over 100 to choose from.
By Humberto Saabedra on August 14, 2013
Amazon restocks the unexpectedly popular Nokia Lumia 520 for AT&T
By Humberto Saabedra on August 10, 2013
Amazon sells the Lumia 900 directly for the lowest price ever without a contract
By Humberto Saabedra on August 5, 2013
Amazon offers the Kyocera Hydro from Boost Mobile for the lowest price ever
By Humberto Saabedra on February 13, 2013
After months of few alternatives to Apple’s official USB to Lightning cable, Amazon and nascent consumer electronics dealer Monoprice have begun offering their own officially licensed cables at lower prices.
By Christopher Price on November 5, 2012
A repeat of a deal we ran recently, now ten dollars cheaper than the last time.
By Christopher Price on September 17, 2012
We explain the war of words between Google’s Andy Rubin and Alibaba’s Aliyun OS team… and, in the process, dive deep into the world of Android compatibility. It’s a coming storm, headed this way, that you should know about.
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By Humberto Saabedra on September 7, 2012
Amazon announces a refreshed Kindle Fire lineup in the Kindle HD series, with added AT&T 4G LTE
By Christopher Price on March 29, 2012
New Kindle Fires take on Google source code delays and iPad, while Amazon fire sales off refurb’ed current units.
By Christopher Price on March 6, 2012
Google suddenly took the unannounced move to rebrand all of its content stores as one unified marketplace, called Google Play. The lack of any announcement of major branding changes caught most off-guard. While Google was expected in early 2012 to make changes to how it sells content, but it was not expected to do so […]