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2K Sports has just launched the NHL 2K15 app on the Play Store after its arrival was mentioned last month. With NHL 2K15, fans will be able to enjoy an all new multiplayer mode which allows you to compete with players online. There are a large variety of playing levels such as career, free skate mode and a penalty shootouts, making the gameplay experience an absolute pleasure for the fans. However, all these goodies come with a price. At $7.99, NHL 2K15 is certainly not going easy on your wallets. But true NHL fans will not mind the...

The 2013 Nexus 7 is not so much in demand right now with the successor just popping up. However, if you still want a more than capable budget tablet for your daily needs, Yugster is offering the 16GB version of the Nexus 7 for just $139.97. The listing even mentions a free leather carry case for the tablet, which is the icing on the cake considering the price the tablet is being offered for. The tablet is mentioned to be ASUS re-certified, which means it’s coming straight from the manufacturer. This is what we know as the manufacturer...

The Sony Xperia Z3v is finally available for purchase via the largest network in the U.S. Verizon is charging $199.99 for the smartphone if you’re willing to sign a two year pact. Or if you are looking to get the device off contract, you will have to shell out $599.99 or $24.99 per month for a period of 2-years. The smartphone has been priced moderately compared to other flagships available in the market. Sony clearly wants to make an impact on the American market with the Xperia Z3v and it will take solace in the fact that the...

The Kindle Fire HDX tablet will be up for grabs via AT&T starting tomorrow according to a new release issued by the carrier. The tablet is currently sold only via Amazon’s online store, but the retailer can hope to make significant damage with the device being sold through the country’s second largest carrier. AT&T is selling the 7 inch variant of the Kindle Fire HDX as of now, with no word on the 8.9 inch model yet. Pricing has been set at $99.99 with a two year contract or $10 a month for a period of 20 months via...

Alright, manly men, hardcore outdoor enthusiasts, war seekers, iPhone haters and, last but not least, Android lovers. We’re back with a new set of rugged gear recommendations. We’ve just tackled the best, most durable tablets around, so this time, we’ll shine the spotlight on some of the toughest smartphones in the world. Better put, we’ll shine it back, as, believe it or not, a lot has changed in the world of John McClane-friendly Android handhelds these past months. Specifically, four brand new contenders want to bid for the...

The LG G Watch R was launched in South Korea just a few weeks ago. But the company is all set to expand the availability to Europe starting with the UK. The smartwatch will be available for purchase in the region starting tomorrow. Pricing has been set at £229 ($367) and £224 ($359) through Unlocked Mobiles and Clove UK respectively. This is slightly more expensive compared to the Moto 360 which sells for approximately £199 ($319) in the region. We’re not really sure if the G Watch R warrants the premium price tag, but expect...

With the Motorola Droid Turbo leaking out extensively over the past few days, a new revelation is giving us a better idea of what to expect from the device. Fortunately, the leak also reveals the design of the smartphone and provides confirmation on the hardware too. One of the images shows the hardware information of the smartphone which reveals the Quad HD display, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. There’s still some uncertainty over the size of the display, but it has been said that it sports a 5.2 inch display, making...

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is available through Verizon since last week. And a new revelation tells us that the smartphone will also be available in a developer edition variant for $662.53. This comes with an unlocked bootloader which means customers are free to flash ROMs as they please. However, there’s no contract version of the smartphone, so if you want to get hold of the device, you will have to shell out the full retail price. This is still a better option compared to the off contract version of the Galaxy Note 4 on AT&T...