an awesome sale for the holiday season, wherein hundreds of thousands of albums and individual tracks were priced at half off. Though the promotion was marked as a limited time offer when it began in mid-December. Hark, but Christmas has come and gone, and the sale doesn't seem to be going anywhere. What are you waiting for? Go buy music now, because it isn't any cheaper anywhere else, and it might not be so for long.
Gameloft is poised to take advantage of new potential users, one dollar at a time. The company is putting all of its Android games on sale this weekend to celebrate New Years. You read that right, folks: all of them. Every last Gameloft game, no more than 99¢.
great music deals in since its initial launch, and now they're offering one of the largest yet: Over half a million albums for $4.99 and over teem million tracks for 49¢. The music includes latest chart toppers from LMFAO to older legendary hits from Stevie Wonder. However, you won't find Sony albums or artist hub tracks in the sale.
celebrate hitting 10 billion downloads from the Market. This has been a huge hit with Android fans but yesterday I realized if you have an older Android Market on your device, you could be missing out on all these deals.
10 billion applications downloaded from their ever growing and popular Android Market. We've been hearing random tips that the Market is experiencing problems for some but today they've been flooding in.
a handful of premium apps for just 10¢ (£0.10 in the UK.)
just learned that for those of you north of the border getting snowed on up in Canada BestBuy.ca is reporting the ASUS Transformer Prime quad-core beast will be available December 5th, and is already taking orders.