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How’s it going, bargain hunters, shopping addicts, yard sale junkies and thrift store connoisseurs? Ready to refresh your gadget depository? In the market for a spanking new smartphone, tablet, smartwatch, fitness tracker or anything in between, as long as it’s green robot-certified? You’re in luck, we’re back with a slew of sizzling hot fresh Android promotions, and as usual, there’s something for everyone in our selection. No matter the budget, no matter the performance requirements: Best Android smartphone deals   Samsung...

The LG G4 might be on the horizon, but the LG G2 is still a great device. And today, as part of eBay’s Daily Deals, you can get an unlocked 32 GB model for just $189.99. For the same price, you could also get a Moto G, but with this device you will get a higher-end device and more storage space. This device comes in black and white and ships worldwide. Shipping is free to most of the US, and you only have to pay tax in California. Source: eBay via Android Police ...

In an announcement today, Microsoft has announced that they are partnering with nearly a dozen Android manufacturers to put their apps on the hardware that is made. Two major partners are Dell and Samsung, but there are also smaller manufacturers that will be part of this program: TrekStor of Germany JP Sa Couto of Portugal Datamatic of Italy DEXP of Russia Hipstreet of Canada QMobile of Pakistan Tecno of Africa, Casper of Turkey Pegatron The agreement between Microsoft and these manufacturers is that Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote,...

Samsung has sure come a long way in just 12 months or so. The “more of the same” program came to a depressing end with the bitter disappointment that was known as the Galaxy S5, and the Note 4, Note Edge, GS6 and S6 Edge mark the dawn of a new era.   An era of innovation (don’t laugh), radical redesigns and, market analysts project, colossal financial gains. Above profits though, the mobile overlords seem concentrated on delivering a superior user experience, which you can feel, touch and bask in sans a number of counterproductive...

The original Moto G is a bit long in the tooth these days, but it’s still a great buy as a phone for yourself or a cheap gift for someone else. And today on Amazon, as part of their Gold Box deals, it is just $159.99. The deal applies to both the Black and White models, so you have some color choice. And the device is unlocked with Global 4G LTE, so you should be able to use LTE on many carriers across the globe. Will you pick one up because of this deal? Source: Amazon via Kinja ...

Another weekend approaches, so it’s time for an all-new series of promotions brought to you with no strings attached, no catches, no fine print straight from Amazon. As usual, some of these deals are extremely time-sensitive, while others depend on slim inventory. We have high-end smartphones at the best possible prices to bestow on you, a couple of low-cost, low-end must-buys, plus tablets and mini-laptop “convertibles”, fancy smartwatches, entry-level fitness trackers, and last but not least, cart fillers. Otherwise known as accessories. Oh,...

Google released Android 5.1 in a stock form last week, and now the carriers are starting to issue updates with devices that have their SIM cards inside. Sprint and Verizon have released updates so far, and now T-Mobile is joining the club. This specific build of Android 5.1 is LYM47M, which is unique from the other updates. The radio version is still 01.02.95, instead of the more updated version 01.02.98, which is on Verizon. There’s no reason why the T-Mobile radio version is behind, but it will probably be updated after...

We all knew this day would eventually come, but it’s still pretty sad. In a series of tweets today, HTC’s Mo Versi announced that the original Sense variant of the HTC One M7 will not be upgraded to Android 5.1. @kennymaclean Only the GPE version of M7 will receive 5.1. Our target is early April. Thanks. — Mo Versi (@moversi) March 18, 2015 @funky_1975 @kennymaclean Hi Sven, we've updated the M7 for up to 2 years from an OS standpoint. — Mo Versi (@moversi) March 19, 2015 There are probably a few reasons...