After launching two Material Design-inspired keyboards called Material Dark and Material Light last month, SwiftKey is now rolling out a theme pack that features three new color variants. There's also minimal versions of Material Dark and Material Light on offer.
In a bid to combat falling profits, Samsung has announced that it will reduce the number of smartphone models it will sell in 2015. That number will be anywhere between 25 and 30 percent, according to head of investor relations Robert Yi.
Intel is gearing up to merge its mobile phone and tablet divisions with its PC chip-making division, Bloomberg reported today. The move comes in the wake of Intel's struggle to maintain a profit in the mobile sector while operating its tablet and mobile phone businesses at a loss.
If you want an Android phone and don't want to break your budget, a deal has popped up on eBay for the unlocked Developer Edition of last year's Moto X. The 2013 Moto X with a woven white rear shell could be had now for just $229.99 on eBay, a 54 percent discount from the $500 list price for the phone. The device comes with free shipping in the U.S. and no contract is required with the unlocked deal.
Have you ever found yourself wishing you could instantly send cash to your friends with the same service you use to send ephemeral pictures? Well you're in luck because Snapchat has announced a new feature today called 'Snapcash.' The new service will allow you to instantly send money to your friends by simply entering the dollar amount into a message on Snapchat and tapping the send button.
A new update for Google Keep is rolling out that brings that snazzy new Material Design to the note app. Keep also now lets you share notes with others, letting you collaborate on things like grocery lists and work projects.
Amazon is taking $140 off of the price of the previous generation Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, taking the $399 retail price down to $259 in today's daily deal. If you're interested in last year's HDX 8.9, the tablet comes with an 8.9-inch pixel-dense 2560 X 1600-pixel display, quad-core 2.2 GHz CPU, and access to Amazon's digital services along with Amazon's UI skin on top of Android.
In case you didn't think you had a reason for another photo-oriented social network on your Android smartphone (hello, Instagram, Imugr, 500px, et al), there's a new one from serial entrepreneur and Twitter co-founder Biz Stone: Super!
Starting tomorrow, November 18, AT&T will be running a limited-time promotion to bring more data to its 10GB Mobile Share plan. For the same price that you would be paying on the 10GB Mobile Share package, which comes with unlimited talk and text, AT&T will throw in an extra 5GB bringing the shareable data bucket to 15GB.
Target is getting ready for Black Friday 2014 with an upcoming Android app update in the Google Play Store that will enable customers to view in-store maps with the locations of all of their major sales items during that massive holiday purchasing event.
Tilt 2 Live: Gauntlet's Revenge is the latest tilt obstacle game from One Man Left. The game uses the accelerometer in your device to let you navigate levels, dodging obstacles and hazards, and enemies along the way, and you can calibrate the controls to fit your style.
Anybody shopping for Android apps, accessories, smartphones, or tablets will want to take a skim through these sales we've scrounged up from around the web. Every day, we comb through these sales to make sure they're fresh and accurate, and try to find a few more. Latest additions will be at the top of each list.
As always, if you find any sales out out there that aren't included, let us know in the comments.
Spotify has teamed up with Uber to let you ride with your music. Now rolling out in beta, Uber will let you choose what music you listen to during your ride when you connect your Spotify account. Because it's in beta, the service will only work in certain cities with select drivers.
Still waiting on your Android 5.0 update? Here's what's up ...
Android 5.0 Lollipop is available for your Nexus device! Sort of! But definitely! Factory images are available for flashing over fastboot. Over-the-air-update file locations are known, and we can sideload at will. Code has been released to AOSP.
So why hasn't your Nexus device actually seen an Android 5.0 update yet? And is it time to freak out?
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