Black Friday 2015 Android deals: Toys R Us, Shopko, Kohl’s, and more

We have a brand new selection of Android-powered, Android-running and Android-compatible Black Friday bargains to preview today, and this one’s quite heavy on ultra-low-cost wearable devices and mobile accessories. Without a doubt, you’ll have your work cut out for you in a week or so if you’re in the market for a health-improving activity tracker,

Black Friday 2015 Android preview: here’s what Best Buy has planned

The black month has begun, and instead of ineffectively trying to keep a tight lid on the discounts to come, the smartest consumer electronics retailers gradually give away their November-end “surprises”, preferring to secure buzz and early headlines, possibly also curtailing traditional crowds and eliminating customer dissatisfaction. You can no longer say you’ve stayed in

Top ten Apple Watch alternatives that support both Android and iOS

As an unapologetic (wink, wink), self-acknowledged Android aficionado (don’t call me a fanboy), and writer who earns money off Google’s prosperity, I’m practically and almost unconsciously compelled to dislike, scorn and mock Apple. But oftentimes, Cupertino makes it really hard to hate on them. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 contender. Meanwhile, the Apple Watch was expected

MWC 2015 preview – Samsung vs. HTC for the heavyweight title

Despite Sony and LG’s best efforts, the 2014 Mobile World Congress was the classic one-man show scenario. Samsung came to Barcelona, saw what the competition had to exhibit, scoffed and conquered the event. The Galaxy S5 quickly fulfilled its destiny, and sold in tens of millions of units, although ultimately, it came short of breaking

The ten best (and cheapest) Android gadgets to buy post-holidays

One of the most irritating, debated, often echoed and outright bogus myths of the 21st century retail world is the so-called post-holidays slump. Slump, slip, decline, recession, whatever, it’s just not real. Yes, some people tighten the belt after excessively spending during the holidays, and some retailers avoid January price cuts after slimming down their

Best Android-compatible smartwatches available for Christmas

There’s no more denying it. Wearable devices are the next big thing in mobile tech, and it’s just a matter of time until they’ll start competing with “old-fashioned” smartphones for mainstream popularity. We still don’t expect them to have a similar impact on handheld sales as tablets hurt conventional computers, but they will take a