Sprint has lowered the prices for both the two-year and no-contract plans for its version of the Nexus 6 just a few days after it started selling the smartphone. It will offer a $50 bill credit for anyone who purchased the 6-inch Android 5.0 Lollipop device ahead of those changes.
Samsung phones and S-View covers are two peas in a pod, and the Note 4 and its variant of the case are no exception. For folks who want more coverage of their shiny new Galaxy Note 4 and don't mind the extra bulk of a wrap-around flip case, the S-View Flip Cover is a good choice. Because of that we're going to give away two S-View Flip Covers for the Note 4, just so a couple more people can experience the case.
All you have to do to win is jump into the comments of this post and tell us your favorite Galaxy Note 4 feature! We'll pick out two winners on Sunday, November 23rd to take home the S-View Flip Covers.
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.
Amazon is launching a new app specifically for its Fire tablet owners that gives them six months of free access to stories from the Washington Post. The newspaper was acquired by Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos in 2013 for $250 million.
The movie Real Steel might have been fairly forgettable, but the two mobile games based on it have enjoyed a fair little following. The team leads from the mobile Reel Steel and Total Recall titles have left Reliance Entertainment in order to form their own studio, Play Motion. And Play Motion's first game sticks with what they know: robots punching other robots.
Ironkill has just launched on Android and iOS as a free to play title. Players can collect and upgrade a wide assortment of stylized robots, and then journey across a post-apocalyptic map to battle it out against other robot trainers. With solid graphics and simple controls, Ironkill promises plenty of fun robot-on-robot violence.
Less than a year after Corning first revealed Gorilla Glass 3, the company is going ahead and introducing Gorilla Glass 4. The latest version of its touchscreen display glass is supposed to be up to two times tougher than any competitive cover glass product. Corning said that in their drop tests from one meter on a rough surface, devices with Gorilla Glass 4 survived the drop up to 80 percent of the time.
Huawei has today announced the Honor 3C in Europe. The latest device in the Honor family comes with a 5-inch screen and solid specifications for just £109.99 ($170). Much like the Honor 6, Huawei will be skipping mobile operators altogether, letting nothing get in between you and their new smartphone.
After showcasingAndroid Lollipop on the Galaxy S5 last month, the folks over at SamMobile have gotten their hands on an internal Lollipop build destined for the Galaxy Note 3. The video highlights significant changes to the TouchWiz UI, which now conforms to Material Design guidelines.
It looks like Google is keeping the train rolling in its efforts to support apps from developers around the world. The company announced today via its Android developer blog that developers in China will now be able to offer both free and paid apps in the Google Play Store.
Google is now allowing developers to embed Photo Sphere in addition to Street View images in Google Maps on their own websites. The capabilities are now part of the Google Maps Embed API. Previously, web developers were able to embed a Photo Sphere that they had captured, but not public ones. The latest change allows you to embed a public Photo Sphere from Google Maps into your own website.
Whether you want a flashy light-up sign or just want to be noticed with some bright colors on a something you wear, we're all aware of how neon can stand out. No matter the time of year or hour of day you can always get attention with neon colors, and this week we're hoping it attracts the attention of your cameras. We want to see the best "neon" shots you can take with your Android phone.
Entering is easy. Just drop your entry in a forums post at the link below. Tell us what Android you used to get the picture, and any back story you want to add to it. We'll pick a winner Tuesday (November 26) night at 11:59 PM ET, and announce them on the blog with next Wednesday's contest.
Looky there, just like that the first Nexus 6 factory image, labeled as build number LRX210, has just shown up on Google's developer site. That's a newer build than what is currently available on the Nexus 6, and though we don't know the complete set of changes in store here we do know the radios have been updated.
If you own a Sony Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact, or Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact, you make be eligible for three free movies as part of Sony's giveaway. The movie titles include The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Captain Phillips, and Ghostbusters. The offer is presented to owners of the Xperia Z3 family in select regions, including the UK, France, Spain, and the U.S.
The U.S. government is fighting back against new encryption technologies on smartphones made by Apple and those using Google's latest version of Android. With a strongly worded argument, an official at the U.S. Department of Justice plainly stated that without access to a suspect's phone, a child could die in cases such as kidnapping.
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