Utilizing dual-layers and a flush-folding kickstand, the Slim Armor Case from Spigen makes protection look good with the Galaxy S6 edge.
We're all about keeping things slim, especially when it comes to cases for the Galaxy S6 edge. With this form-fitting hybrid, you not only get protection against minor impacts, but also an enhanced grip that never gets hung up in your pockets. Take a peek of how it looks on the S6 edge, along with some pros and cons we've found after extensive use.
Your LG G4 has a removable battery, and this kit helps you make the most of it.
Say what you want about Quick Charge or wireless charging, for many power users and frequent travelers, nothing beats the instant 100-percent refill delivered by a removable battery. The LG G4 is one of the few high-end phones still offering this feature, and to fully take advantage of it you'll want LG's extra battery kit.
The Amazon Echo connected speaker can now offer news from more sources thanks to an update for its Flash Briefing feature.
Amazon continues to add new features to its Amazon Echo connected speaker. Today, the company emailed owners of the device informing them that the Flash Briefing option now has more news sources to choose from.
LG is offering a great deal to customers who end up making the LG G4 their next phone. For a limited time the company will be offering a package that both doubles the battery life and storage of the new device.
Unfortunately the new promotion is only good for US customers, but it scores them a spare battery, battery charging cradle, and a 32GB microSD card, for the low price of free. Customers who purchase the LG G4 from any authorized seller, such as Best Buy, Amazon, carrier locations, or LG's own site, will be able to redeem this offer.
Holsters never seem to make much of an impression these days, but with the right clip, they can make accessing your device quick and convenient.
If you're already using your Samsung Galaxy S6 without a case, then Seidio's Spring-Clip Holster might be an ideal go-to solution for protecting your display from scratches while providing an easier way of answering a call, text or email. It doesn't hide your device behind layers or kickstands — it lets it all hang out.
In honor of the brave men and women who gave their lives for our country, we're offering 20% off all Android accessories at ShopAndroid.
Starting today until Tuesday, May 26, you can pick up a new case, quick charger, screen protector or wireless charger for your Android device and enjoy a 20% savings by using coupon code: RWB2015 at checkout. There's an extensive selection of Android accessories to choose from, along with a convenient 60-day return policy and free shipping on all orders over $50 in the US and Canada.
Google has teamed up with electronic artist Skrillex to launch the first in a series of "Edition" cases for certain phones.
Now on sale in the Google Store, the "Skrillex Live Case" is available in three different designs for Google's own Nexus 6 and Nexus 5, along with a trio of Samsung devices, including the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S5, and Galaxy Note 4.
For today only, Amazon is offering up to 78 percent off of microSD cards from Kingston. The deal includes cards as small as 16GB to as large as 128GB.
If you are in the market for a new microSD card to store your favorite files on, you will want to check out Amazon's Deal of the Day on cards from Kingston. Today's deal can score you up to 78 percent off, depending which storage capacity you are in the market for.
With all the options available to protect your Samsung Galaxy S6 from damage, how is one to decide which case is best?
We all have different needs to be met, but there are particular covers out there that stand out among the rest, providing both quality protection and exceptional design.
After careful consideration and input from members of the Galaxy S6 forums, we've selected 6 cases for the Galaxy S6 that have made the biggest impression. These choices aren't limited by their size, manufacturer or price — only tried and true options that keep your Galaxy S6 safe from the inevitable drop.
You can't have a new phone these days without having a flip case for it. It's the law. (Or something.) And ASUS has a brand-new one for its brand-new Zenfone 2. It's of the circle variety, so you'll get a clock face when the cover is closed. Open the cover and you're right there in the phone UI, as you'd expect for this sort of thing.
You get more than just the clock, of course. The flip case also gives you quick access to the calendar and flashlight, will show whether the phone is charging — and you can even take a picture without having to open it.
The flip case will be available at the same time as the phone — which is to say, basically starting now — and it'll run $39.99.
How many times have you taken a selfie and wished you had a dual-LED flash that sort of looks like the business end of a lollipop sticking out of the 3.5mm head phone jack of your phone, ready to better light your face to give you more natural skin tones? Surely it must have happened once, right? No?
No matter. ASUS has you covered with the new Lolliflash. (Go on, say it in your head three or four times.)
Protect your Galaxy S6 from nasty impacts while storing cash and cards on the back for quick, easy access.
When we think of personal storage within a phone cover, flip cases are usually the first things that come to mind. With Speck's CandyShell Card Case, you can enjoy that same storage, without needing an extra flap to get in the way. After a week with this hybrid case and the Galaxy S6, I was able to conclude the pros and cons of using this style cover, and will likely use it again.
Xiaomi will be opening a Mi Store 'beta' on May 19 for the US, UK, Germany and France, as they test the waters to expand even further.
Starting May 19, Xiaomi is going to begin a slow expansion into some new areas with a beta version of their Mi Store. The company posted on Facebook earlier that they would be making a limited number of accessories available to customers to see how things go.
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