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4 months ago

Start Cyber Monday early and save 25% on all Android accessories at ShopAndroid.com!

Today is Black Friday, but around these parts we love Cyber Monday, which historically is our single biggest day of the year when it comes to store sales at ShopAndroid.com.

But this year we just can't wait. We're starting early, we're going longer and we're doing a bigger discount than we have ever done before. EVER. Starting now and going until midnight on Tuesday, you can save 25 percent on ALL Android cases and accessories at ShopAndroid.com. Looking to scoop up some of the hot LloydGear? It's an unprecedented 25 percent off.

To take advantage of the savings, all you need to do it use coupon code CYBER13 during the checkout process. It's as simple as that. 

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4 months ago

Nexus Wireless Charger on sale at Amazon for $49, ships on Nov. 28

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Prime members save on shipping when compared to Google Play

Last week Google started selling its latest generation Qi wireless charger for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7, and now Amazon is getting in on the fun. Starting November 28th, the online retailer will have the latest wireless charger for the same $49.99 as Google Play, but ditches the shipping costs if you're an Amazon Prime member — saving you somewhere in the realm of $5 to $12 depending on how fast you wanted it from Google.

Even though it isn't officially on sale just yet, you can pre-order the Nexus Wireless Charger and it will ship as soon as Amazon has them available. And with Google Play's current availability set at "Leaves warehouse by December 6, 2013," even if you're not a Prime member you'll likely be getting this charger from Amazon sooner than you could from Google Play.

More: Buy the Nexus Wireless Charger on Amazon

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5 months ago

Updated HTC One Max Power Flip Case will also serve as a stand

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When we first showed you the HTC One Max Power Flip Case — this is the one with the 1,200 mAh battery tucked into the cover — we did so with a caveat. It wasn't final hardware, and the ability to use the case to prop up the large phone like a stand would be added.

We now have that updated version of this $90 accessory, submitted for your approval.

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5 months ago

Moto G shells and flip covers now available from UK retailer

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Brighten up your new Moto G with a colorful back and matching flip cover

Since the Moto G went on sale, one of the most frequent questions has been surrounding availability of the different colored backs and flip covers. UK retailer Clove Technology now has a range of both on sale to buy now, with the backs costing just £8.99 and the flip covers a very reasonable £18.99. 

Red, blue, violet and the rather fetching yellow are all available in the back covers, while the flip cover has a turquoise and white option to add to those in place of the yellow. The Moto G is a ridiculously affordable Android smartphone, and the accessories are equally so. Head on over to the source link below to get your order on. 

More: Moto G Review

Source: Clove

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5 months ago

Nexus 5 QuickCover by LG

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You'll be able to find cheaper Nexus 5 cases, for sure. But Google's official Nexus 5 flip case is a fine specimen.

There wasn't a whole lot of new ground for LG and Google to cover with its new Nexus 5 QuickCover. We've all grown accustomed to this sort of case/cover combo. So the devil's in the details. Just get them right. And to that end, we've got a winner here. OK, an expensive winner — the QuickCover runs $49.99 in Google Play — but a good product nonetheless.

Let's take a quick look.

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5 months ago

The Nexus Wireless Charger (2013)

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Google gives us a $49 Qi-compatible charger that you'll actually want to use.

Once you switch to wireless charging full-time, you might well wonder how you ever lived without it. Sure, plugging a microUSB cable into your phone is easy. But we are lazy creatures. (And we can all agree that mono-directional USB plugs are asinine, right?)

Enter wireless charging. It's had its hiccups, to be sure. Multiple standards (hi, PowerMat), and even incompatibilities within single standards such at Qi. Things are finally settling down, though. And today we have the new Nexus Wireless Charger, available from the Google Play Store for $49.99. 

That's not cheap, but you can get a good bit of mileage out of this guy.

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5 months ago

Nexus 5 QuickCover, Bumper Cases and Wireless Charger now in stock!

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Google now has the three main Nexus 5 accessories in stock — that includes the bumper cases, QuickCover and wireless charger — available for purchase.

First, the links:

  • Nexus 5 Quick Cover (white or black) for $49.99
  • Nexus 5 Bumper Case (yellow or red) $34.99
  • Nexus Wireless Charger (Works with Nexus 4, Nexus 5 and Nexus 7) for $49.99 — U.S. and Canada only, apparently.

We've yet to get a good look at the QuickCover or Wireless Charger, but be sure to swing by our full look at the Bumper Case

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5 months ago

Poetic Slimline case for the Kindle Fire HDX 7

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Affordable protection for your new Kindle

Amazon has their new Kindle Fire HDX tablets ready to roll out for this holiday season, and if you're buying one for yourself or a loved one, you'll probably want some sort of case to protect that big sheet of glass and keep that soft touch back from getting all grimy. And that something needs to be well built, look good, and from a name you know. 

That's where the Poetic Slimline case comes in. It will protect your Kindle Fire HDX 7 well, has that look and feel you want without the big price that Amazon has listed for the Origami cover accessory. And Poetic is a name plenty of us know.

Hit the break and see if the budget-friendly model will suit your needs.

(Note: This accessory is for the newer, 2013 Kindle Fire HDX 7 — not the older, 2012 Kindle Fire HD 7.)

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5 months ago

Hands on with the new Moto G accessories

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Flip cases, replaceable rear shells, bumpers, headphones and battery packs accompany Moto's new affordable wonder

Launching alongside the new Moto G is a pretty decent stack of official accessories. During the launch event presentation, Motorola spoke of how important they feel customization is, and while we won't be seeing a Moto Maker for the Moto G, there is a bunch of different colored cases, shells and bumpers to make your new phone your own. 

Beyond customization, Motorola was also showing off new battery packs and color matched headphones, while also talking about forthcoming wireless speakers produced in partnership with JBL. 

Here in the UK, the Flip Shell will cost a respectable £18.99, while the Grip Shell aka the bumper is even more wallet friendly at £9.99. The wired earphones will run you for £34.99, and the battery packs we were told would vary in price depending on region. 

We didn't see all of the accessories in all of the colors, but we did manage to grab plenty of snapshots of what we could get our hands on, so jump on past the break for the full gallery. For more on the Moto G, be sure to check out our first hands-on, and jump into the Moto G forums where we're hosting a Q&A. 

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5 months ago

Philips hue review: instant atmosphere for your home

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I’ve been using the core set of the Philips hue light bulbs for a little while now, and they’re pretty great. For those unfamiliar, these are Wi-Fi-enabled LED light bulbs that can change color through an Android or iOS app. Many of the color schemes are prepackaged with the app, based on photos fed into it, though you can can input and color pick from your own pictures too.

There are a few presets that are “scientifically proven” to enhance concentration, relaxation, reading, and energy. This is all enabled through a hub that you plug in directly to your Wi-Fi router, which  communicates to the light bulbs over ZigBee, which is a decentralized, low-energy, low-speed wireless standard. Setup is super-easy; just replace your lightbulbs, plug in the hub, start the app, and hit the button on the hub in the pairing process.

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