Looking to buy more memory for your Android device or computer? You’re in luck, because SanDisk’s memory products are included in Amazon’s Gold Box Deal of the Day for July 14th. That means you can get up to 50% off select SanDisk products if you act fast and order them by the end of the day. More →
Amazon is known the world over for undercutting rivals and offering great deals on the widest possible range of products. So, when the company says it’s about to launch a sale with “more deals than Black Friday,” you had better buckle up and great ready to see some of the craziest deals of the year… and that’s exactly what’s happening tomorrow, when Amazon celebrates its 20th anniversary with its huge “Prime Day” sale. More →
If you’re in the market for a fitness wearable, you typically need to be prepared to spend over $100. The recently released Fitbit Charge HR sells for around $150, the Microsoft Band will run you $200 and the cheapest Apple Watch still costs $349.99. Luckily, if you’d rather not break the bank, Moov has a great deal worth checking out. More →
In this week’s episode of The BGR Show podcast, Jonathan gushes over iOS 9 and Apple Music, and Zach threatens to leave the show. We also discuss Microsoft gutting its phone business, Amazon’s colossal Fire phone failure — with some juicy never-before-reported tidbits — and pizza. Mmmmm, hot dog pizza. More →
Everyone knows the dangers of fiddling with a smartphone while driving a car, but it can still be incredibly tempting to look down at your iPhone and skip to the next track on your playlist or try to answer an incoming call. If you find it hard to resist the temptation, you might want to check out Amazon’s amazing deal on the TaoTronics Hands-Free Car Kit. More →
What better way to kick off the holiday weekend than with an unbeatable sale. This week, Poweradd is offering dozens of its best iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge cases for $2.99 or less on Amazon. Discounts this steep are relatively infrequent, so if you’re in the market for a cheap case for your new phone, it’s worth taking a look. More →
Without any notice or fanfare to alert its users, Amazon has suddenly begun offering substantial discounts on new games to Prime subscribers. Destructoid was the first site to note that Prime members will begin seeing lower prices on games at checkout, even though there’s no real indication beforehand of how far the price is going to drop. More →
People went crazy over the deal we found a while back for an Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 wall charger that was just $11 on Amazon with a coupon code. Some smartphones that include compatibility with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0 technology don’t actually ship with compatible chargers, so this was a great way to snag one without paying full price.
But what happens when you need to charge your phone in your car? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. More →
Back in February of this year, we ran a post that recommended 3 stunning iPhone 6 cases that are perfect for people who hate iPhone cases. The response to that post was bigger than we expected, and while all three of our recommendations were well-received by readers, one in particular seemed to pique more interest than the others: The real wood iPhone bumper.
With that in mind, we’ve dug up two more real wood iPhone cases for you to check out. One is for the iPhone 5s or iPhone 5, and it costs just $13 shipped on Amazon. The second is an iPhone 6 case that costs twice as much, but $26 is still affordable and it’s worth the added expense. More →
Amazon is best known for selling the widest possible range of products at prices that often undercut rivals by a fairly substantial margin. Of course, Amazon is much more than that now. The company’s streaming movie and TV service attached to Amazon Prime grows more competitive each day, and there are plenty of other areas Amazon dabbles in. Among the company’s offerings is the Amazon Appstore, which provides a third-party alternative to Google’s own Android app store.
And there’s one area where Amazon has Google beat: The company gives away one new app for free every single day of the year. More →
The Amazon Appstore gives away one free app each day, and that’s why we told you it’s the one app every single Android user should have installed on his or her device. Think about it: even if you continue to use Google Play as your main source of apps and never purchase a single application from Amazon, you still have the opportunity to download 365 free apps each year. Why wouldn’t you install it?
Of course, Amazon supplements its daily app giveaways with special free app bundles, and the company is currently offering 22 Android apps worth more than $50 for free — but this sale ends soon. More →