Tag Archive: Edition


A refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) can be yours for $340

While often times these deals seem like they’re geared towards older devices, if you’re willing to go the refurbished route for your next tablet you can get one that’s quite a bit newer. It might be used, but it’s been brought back into like-new condition by loving technician hands. It’s a refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition), barely even a few months old at this point, and Ebay has a batch for sale today at  [Read More…]

Grab a Galaxy Note 10.1 – 2014 Edition on Woot! for $364

If you were looking to get a deal on a Galaxy Note 10.1 – 2014 Edition, look no further. Woot! is selling the 16 GB variant of the tablet for just $ 364. The 32 GB model is available for $ 389. Both versions are factory reconditioned and are available in black and white color variations. The retail version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 – 2014 Edition is available for $ 479 for the 16 GB  [Read More…]

HTC Teams up with Captain America for limited S.H.I.E.L.D. Edition One (M8) in new contest

HTC has teamed up with the folks at Marvel to produce a limited S.H.I.E.L.D. Edition of the HTC One M8. But they’re not selling them, you’ll need to win one.

The contest centers around what they’re calling #superselfies, with a Captain America theme. Share one of your own creation on Twitter or Facebook and you might win your own S.H.I.E.L.D. Edition M8.

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Verizon gets a Samsung Galaxy S5 developer edition

If you’ve got $ 599.99 burning a hole in your pocket and a desire for Samsung Galaxy S5 on Verizon that comes with an unlockable bootloader, then this might be the phone for you. Yep, as reported a few weeks back, the developer edition Samsung Galaxy S5 is now available on Verizon.

Sprint announces HTC One M8 Harman/Kardon Edition, Spotify partnership

HTC One M8 Gray Gold

Today, Sprint announced several new product offerings.

First up we have the Sprint HTC One (M8) Harmon/Kardon Edition.  The device seems to be identical in specs to the standard One (M8) while adding software for music quality enhancement. After a hands-on, PCMag has reported that the Boomsound speakers have been tweaked by Harmon/Kardon engineers to improve sound. Using the Clari-fi software, the HTC One (M8)  [Read More…]

Save $200 on the Sony Z Ultra Google Play edition

If you’ve been eyeing the Sony Z Ultra Google Play edition but couldn’t stomach the price, have a look here. T’was $ 649, now available for $ 449. Plus free ground shipping, so there’s that. Basically this extra-large smartphone — again, it’s pretty damned huge at 6.4 inches — has gone from oversized and overpriced to merely “Damn, that’s big.”

Still, you’re going to have to ask yourself why you wouldn’t just save another $ 150 and  [Read More…]

KitKat update arriving on Verizon’s Galaxy Note 10.1 – 2014 Edition, too

Following on the heals of it’s more terrestrial brother, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 – 2014 Edition on Verizon is getting an update to Android 4.4 KitKat. It was just five days ago that the Wi-Fi-only version was updated, and today Verizon has released that same update for their cellular radio-equipped version of the tablet.

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Crystal Edition Samsung Galaxy S5 due in May

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A Swarovski crystal-clad version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is coming next month, according to a recent YouTube video. The so-called Crystal Edition S5 figures to be encased in the glamorous and flashy gems an should find a home at least in Korea. Pricing and color options are not yet clear however we expect to learn more in the coming days. There’s no indication that this (or  [Read More…]

KitKat update arriving on Galaxy Note 10.1 – 2014 Edition via OTA

Although it hasn’t made many headlines as of late, the Galaxy Note 10.1 – 2014 Edition is ready to make a big splash by getting its update to Android 4.4 KitKat today. The device was previously running Android 4.3, so the jump in software isn’t dramatic, but the 550MB update certainly brings changes. The update changelog isn’t all that descriptive either, but folks who have the update installed are noticing some graphical changes, and you’ll of  [Read More…]

What’s that symbol? (NFC edition)

The group behind NFC wants to make sure you know what it is, and that you know you’re using it

As more and more of us start taking advantage of NFC — that’s Near-Field Communication, or the standard that lets you tap your phone to some other device to establish a connection, exchange data, etc. — we’re increasingly getting the following question: “What is that weird symbol taking up space at the top of my phone?

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