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Huawei Watch Hands-on: Going for the Gold

It's been more than half a year since Huawei first made the promise of a premium looking Android Wear smartwatch and some might have even lost interest, let alone hope, that it would see the light of day before something better comes along. Anxious fans and interested buyers can now breathe a sigh of relief as Huawei makes the Huawei Watch available in all its premium glory, in time for the latest Android Wear 1.3 launch and in time for IFA 2015. We go hands-on to see how for the timepiece has come along.

Sound Step Lightning 2 Bluetooth Speaker fills your life with music [DEALS]

If you're in the mood for some wireless listening experience but the basic Bluetooth speakers aren't just doing it for you, then Soundfreq might just have the right offer. The Sound Step Lightning 2 Bluetooth Speaker is no ordinary Bluetooth sound accessory. The hi-fi speaker features its own subwoofer you'd only find in more complex, heavier, and more expensive setups. All while keeping not only the size and weight but, thanks to the Android Community Deal special offer, even the price down.

Get productive on any device with AluPen Digital Styls [DEALS]

The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 might have you pining for a productivity device of your own, but an expensive phablet like Samsung's just isn't in the budget. Or perhaps you're too attached to your current gadget selection to make the switch. Then perhaps the AluPen Digital Stylus might offer a better alternative. For a considerably lower price, you can gain the joys and freedom of scribbling on any Android, or even an iOS, device, without having to swear fealty to some exclusive app or bind yourself to Bluetooth.

Android Community Weekly Digest: Aug. 30, 2015

Ready for IFA 2015? Not so fast! While we're just counting down days before some of the biggest reveals this half of the year, last week's events still bear noting. For one, Samsung seems to have found itself in quite a pickle with what Internet has now christened as the "Pengate" design flaw. But on a more positive note, we're already seeing the first volley of new device announcements, as manufacturers and companies get the formalities out the door, leaving the public free to gawk at and fondle their wares this coming days. Without further ado, Android Community's Weekly Digest for August 24 to 30, 2015.

Feel free to MMOVE with these Bluetooth earbuds [DEALS]

Enjoy your music and stay in touch with a pair of MMOVE Stereo Bluetooth Earbuds, 34% off for readers of Android Community The ultra comfortable MMOVE Stereo Bluetooth Earbuds offer high quality audio and state of the art noise cancelling technology to provide a robust listening experience. Just pair them up to any audio device that is equipped with Bluetooth and listen to your heart’s content at home or on the go.

Just $29 to learn how to code apps for Android 6.0 [DEALS]

Develop your own apps and games with the Hot Java Android 6.0 Coding Bundle, 95% off for Android Community readers. The Hot Java Android 6.0 Coding Bundle includes lifetime access to five courses that can turn you into an Android development pro. The courses in this bundle were designed to be accessible to everyone regardless of experience. Even if you think you have no clue about programming, you can take these courses and excel at them.

Charge your iOS and Droid devices from up to 6 feet away [DEALS]

Get the range of motion you need to comfortably use your recharging mobile device with the 2-in-1 iOS & Android 6-ft Charging Cable, half price for readers of Android Community. When your mobile device’s battery is short on power, you plug it in and continue using it as normal. For most, though, continuing to use a device that’s recharging is anything but normal. This is largely due to the length of the charging cables that are supplied with mobile devices.

Twist World Charging Station helps you juice up wherever you go [DEALS]

If you're the frequent traveler, dying batteries aren't your only foil. The varying kinds of power outlets seemingly mock your inability to charge your device, or device, in an emergency. But if you have the Twist World Charging Station in your bag, you'll never have to worry about those ever again. Not only does it allow you to charge up to 4 USB connected devices at the same time, it has a universal AC power outlet plug to take care of translating those pesky sockets for you.

Keep those tangles away with MOTA 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub [DEALS]

These days, many tech savvy people own more devices than they have outlets or power sources for. In those situations, charge or even data transfers become a tangled mess or excess baggage you could do without. Say goodbye to those nightmares with MOTA's 4-Port USB Hub. Not only can you simultaneously power up to 4 devices at the same time, you can even transfer data at top speeds thanks to the 3.0 ports. All that convenience for a price to beat that's less than $20.

Android Community Weekly Digest: Aug. 23, 2015

This has definitely been a big Android week with some unexpected surprises. Google finally revealed the name of the next Android release, 6.0 Marshmallow. At the same time, it released the third and last Android M preview, giving developers the green light to start porting and testing their apps and signaling its impeding launch. Google has also released a promised update to Android Wear which brings official support to interactive faces. Sadly, it's not all good news at Mountain View, as Project Ara announced a delay in its plans due to some technical problems.
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