Tag Archive: Four

Best Buy offers Verizon Moto G at $24.99 during four hour sale

The latest four hour sale from Best Buy includes a few smartphones, one of which is the Moto G on Verizon for just $ 25.

Best Buy is offering the pre-paid Moto G on Verizon for only $ 24.99 between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. CT today only. The deal, part of their four hour sale, saves you $ 75 on the device. With a 4.5-inch display, 8GB of internal memory with the ability to expand  [Read More…]

Google announces four new Chromebooks under $249, aimed towards those on a budget

Google has just announced four new additions to the Chromebook family, all of them priced under $ 249.

The Chromebook lineup has again grown, this time with additions from Hisense, Haier, and two new Asus models, all priced under $ 250. Google’s announcement included the ASUS Chromebook Flip, the ASUS Chromebook C201, the Hisense Chromebook and the Haier Chromebook 11.

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Amazon celebrates four years of Appstore with $105 in free apps and games


Amazon is celebrating its fourth anniversary of its Appstore which means they’re doing it big. Starting today and running through Saturday, March 21, customers can grab up to $ 105 worth of normally paid apps and games at no cost. It’s all part of a bundle, however, it’s up to you as to which titles you scoop up. Want all of them? Snag  [Read More…]

Verizon releases, unreleases promo video for phone released four months ago that it still doesn’t sell

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LG unwraps four smartphones ahead of Mobile World Congress


As often is the case with LG and its Mobile World Congress announcements, we’re getting an official look at things ahead of the annual conference. Today sees LG pulling back the curtain for four mid-range models, the Magna, Spirit, Leon, and Joy.

Each model has its own unique features however they do share a number of specifications in common. All, for instance, run Android  [Read More…]

From the Editor’s Desk: Two legs, four legs …

Google’s latest Android commercial brings a very swift and different reaction — but why?

It’s funny how those of us with two legs respond to those with four in a very different way than we do each other. That’s not exactly a new thought, and I don’t think I’m having it just because we got a new addition to our home last week. (That’s Max and my wife, Shannon, above.)

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Google to announce Fiber rollout in four new US cities

Google Fiber is coming to four new metro areas in the US. That’s according to a new report over on the Wall Street Journal, citing sources familiar with the situation. It’s reported that Google will soon announce coverage in Atlanta, Charlotte (N.C), Raleigh-Durham (N.C), and Nashville (Tenn.) in the coming days.

E FUN unveils four additions to its Nextbook Ares series of tablets

E FUN has announced today that it is introducing a set of new tablets to its Nextbook Ares Series. The Lollipop sporting tablets are set to be shown off at CES 2015 next week, a couple of which represent the first Intel powered Nextbook Android 2-in-1 tablet, as well as the first in the series to sport LTE connectivity.

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LG’s new AKA smartphone has four cute personalities with spooky looking eyes

LG has just announced a new Android smartphone called the LG AKA that’s being designed for people, specifically the people in its home country of South Korea, who want a little more personality in their device. The AKA will have up to four different virtual “characters” to choose from.

Google Play Books lands in four new countries

Google Play Books is now available in four more countries, expanding today to Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Ukraine. Google Play users in these four countries can now browse, buy and read books downloaded from the Play Store on their phones and tablets, joining up a whole host of countries — 58 to be exact — that came online with the content selection before them.

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