Archive for March, 2018

In theory, this new Atari console is going to be awesome

As nostalgia runs rampant through our consumer culture in 2018, the stewards of the Atari brand have come to GDC to show off early prototypes of a new system that looks and feels a whole lot like something you’d see on Radio Shack shelves 30 years ago. It’s called the Atari VCS, and if it delivers on even some of the promises being made about its capabilities this thing could be very, very cool.

VCS stands for Video  [Read More…]

Get a better night’s sleep knowing you saved $300 on these memory foam mattresses

This won’t last long.

We’ve seen these mattresses drop in price before as part of a one-day sale at Amazon, but they never hit this low. Right now you can pick one up for as little as $ 209.99 when you clip the $ 300 off coupon that is on the page. The options in this sale include:

Twin Size 10-inch Memory Foam Mattress – $ 209.99 (Was $ 509.99) Twin XL Size 10-inch Memory Foam Mattress  [Read More…]

Oukitel’s upcoming rugged WP5000 smartphone can take anything that life throws at it (Promoted)

Oukitel’s rugged WP5000 smartphone is coming, but who is it for? According to the company anyone from sports fans to clumsy people can benefit from using the device.

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MoviePass now costs just $6.95/month to see one movie per day in theaters

After processing fees, you’re looking at $ 89.95 for a year of movies.

MoviePass came under some heat earlier this month when it was discovered to be tracking its users’ location more closely than originally believed, and likely in an attempt to gloss over the bad press, the company’s lowering its subscription fee for new members.

For a limited time, you can sign up for MoviePass for just $ 6.95/month instead of the regular $ 9.95. MoviePass  [Read More…]

Some Galaxy S9 owners have unresponsive touchscreens

Samsung’s looking into the issue.

It’s not uncommon for a new gadget to launch with a few bugs here and there, but the severity of these often varies from phone-to-phone. Even a company as large as Samsung still manages to drop the ball here and there, and according to a number of customer complaints, something wonky is going on with the Galaxy S9’s touchscreen.

The issue at hand has to do with the responsiveness of the Galaxy  [Read More…]

ShutterGrip: Take better, sturdier smartphone pictures for just $29.99

The hottest new mobile accessory is this Bluetooth unit which gives your favorite phone a physical shutter button. It’s easier than ever to snap photos in the moment! Save 25% through our Deals Store.

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This Tacklife USB rechargeable electric arc lighter is only $10

A safe and easy way to light things on fire.

This Tacklife USB-rechargeable electric arc lighter is down to $ 10.12 with code TEKPK6SU on Amazon. In January this lighter was selling as high as $ 19. It has since dropped down to around the $ 13 price, but this code brings it down to an even more fantastic low price.

This arc lighter is very similar to a model we’ve shared many deals on before, except  [Read More…]

Best Car Chargers for Samsung Galaxy S9

Never run out of battery while you’re on the go!

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is designed to let you do more — as long as your battery doesn’t run out!

With USB-C and wireless charging capabilities, there’s more than one way to keep your Galaxy S9 topped up while in the car. Make sure you arrive at the party with a fully charged phone by getting a car charging accessory for your new phone.

Samsung Fast Charge  [Read More…]

Grab a LED projector for only $35.99 (37% off) from TomTop (Promoted)

Online retailer TomTop is shaving 37% off its 1080p HD LED Projector Beamer Theater. So now customers can get it for only $ 35.99.

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Does phone brand loyalty still matter?

Why constrain yourself to only one manufacturer or software experience anymore?

In 2011, I remember setting up my first Android phone, the HTC Inspire, after trading my iPhone 4 away on Craigslist. I loved my iPhone at the time, but I’d spent so many hours watching videos and reading reviews on various Android devices that I just had to have one, and the Inspire looked like the perfect option.

I signed into my Google account, set up  [Read More…]