Galaxy S III to finally arrive and be available to buy. Although the phone isn't supposed to be on the market until the very end of the month, we can now confirm from multiple reports the Galaxy S III is on sale in parts of Dubai.
HP TouchPad down to $100, the one and only WebOS tablet has become something of a modder's dandy. While they're nearly impossible to find at retail these days, the cheeky salesmen at Woot.com have managed to snag an unknown quantity of the upgraded 32GB version, and they're selling them off for $194.99 each (plus $5 shipping). They're bound to go quickly, and Woot only sells an item for one day in any case, so hurry if your want one.
pre-orders going up for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 2. The big news there is the lowered price, meeting Apple head-to-head at $399 for a 10-inch tablet. But what if you could get the original (and very, very similar) Galaxy Tab 10.1 for even less? If you're OK with a refurbished unit and ordering from Wal-Mart, you can pick up a Galaxy Tab 10.1 for $299 - a full two hundred dollars off the retail price.
This listing on Ben's Outlet is the primary example of the reason that a sale is not the same thing as a deal. But if you just want some (very) basic Android hardware to tinker around with, mod, abuse, destroy or maybe give to a young relative who won't appreciate it, you could do worse than a Pandigital Tablet & E-Reader.
Galaxy Note (N7000) on sale for the low low price of only $499. While it's cheaper on contract, to buy it outright it was previously priced at $649, so you might wanna hurry.
Motorola Mobility is still not a done deal, even though it's approaching the 1 year mark since we first learned of the acquisition. Already we've started seeing tons of rumors regarding Google's plans, and recently reported Google could sell Moto's hardware division to Huawei. According to new details from DigiTimes that isn't the case and Google won't be selling any part of Motorola.
for just ten bucks, with a new two-year contract. There's also a DROID X2 phone and accessory pack with a car charger, holster and screen protector for "just" $49.99.
Google Music to throw a party. Just a couple of weeks after their romantically-themed Valentine's Day sale, they've put on a promotion so special it only comes around one year in four - lucky for us that Google Music is less than a year old. The Leap Year sale starts today, February 29th, and may or may not end today, too. Take your pick of 29 different popular albums for the low price of $2.99 each.
HTC Rezound and the LG Spectrum are both up for sale so get yours today.
SwiftKey, has just announced they've passed 5 million downloads. Along with this awesome news comes two things. They are hosting a sale to celebrate, and have also updated the applications with additional language support and more.