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Open your door with just a touch using the $210 Kwikset Kevo

This smart lock offers multiple ways to get into your home without a key while keeping it secure when you’re away!

Update: The last deal we shared on this smart lock saw the Venetian Bronze color drop to $ 200. This deal applies to the Satin Nickel version and sees it drop to $ 210, which is a great price.

The Kwikset Kevo 2nd generation touch-to-open Bluetooth smart lock is down to $ 210 on Amazon right now.  [Read More…]

10 unlocked Android 6.0 smartphones under $210 (free shipping, no sales tax)

Samsung, LG, Sony, HTC, Motorola and Huawei are all Android smartphone manufacturers that you’re probably familiar with. Those brands are very well established in the U.S., but you may not have heard of brands such as Xiaomi, Umi, Elephone, LeTV, Doogee and others that sell very well overseas. China is a smartphone haven. They know how

Honor 7 price drops to just £210 at Amazon UK, but you could win one for free

Honor has dropped the price of the Honor 7 in the UK at Amazon. You’ll be able to purchase the smartphone for just £210, but the company is also giving two units away for free in a Twitter competition. So whether you’re looking to pick up a new smartphone, or simply wish to try your luck at winning one for free, you’ll definitely want to check out Honor’s promotion.

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Xiaomi’s Mi Pad is now available in India for just Rs. 12,999 ($210)

Xiaomi’s Tegra K1-based Mi Pad is now available in India, with the 16GB model listed exclusively on Flipkart for Rs. 12,999 ($ 210).

Verizon Wireless buying spectrum and assets from Cincinnati Bell for $210 million

Cincinnati Bell Wireless has entered into an agreement to sell its spectrum holdings and wireless infrastructure to Verizon Wireless. The deal, valued at $ 210 million will see Cincinnati Bell’s customers transferred to Verizon “or other wireless providers” over the next 8-12 months, during which time the carrier will lease back that spectrum and those towers for “a nominal fee”.

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