You can now pre-order your Nexus 9 from Amazon and have it delivered to your door. The retail giant has begun taking orders slightly early, and pricing is identical to Google’s, starting at $399 for 16GB of storage.
Having on-demand access to the internet is just about as necessary to us as fresh air and running water these days. When we are away from home, we rely on our mobile data plans for our smartphones and tablets, and Wi-Fi hotspots for our notebooks. Sometimes, though, finding a decent Wi-Fi connection can be difficult and inconvenient.
But not if you have the Karma Go 4G LTE Hotspot in your bag. This pocket-sized marvel allows you to take a speedy internet connection with you wherever you go, so you’ll never have to go looking for a slow public hotspot ever again. And thanks to Cult of Android Deals, you can pre-order yours for just $99 for a limited time — but don’t hang around because this deal is ending soon!
Yes, Motorola did just announce its second-generation Moto G, but it’s only available with 3G connectivity initially. If that just isn’t speedy enough for you, you’ll be able get the original (2013) Moto G LTE from AT&T beginning Friday, October 10.
Google has finally rolled out its latest Android 4.4.4 KitKat update, which sports build number “KTU84P” to the 2013 Nexus 7 LTE, almost four months after it was made available to the Wi-Fi only model. The release contains important security fixes, as well as a fix for the Android camera bug that was responsible for severe battery drain.
Motorola’s Moto G2 will go on sale on Wednesday, September 10, according to a new report. The second-generation device is expected to come with a larger 5-inch display and a much-improved, 8-megapixel rear-facing camera.