Did you lock the door? Are you sure? The only way to be positive is to go and check, and walking is such a hassle. A smart lock like the one offered by August can fix that. It’s on sale today on Amazon for $99.99, which is $50 less than MSRP.
The August lock is unique among smart door locks because it doesn’t replace your existing deadbolt. It just attaches on top of the lock to open it manually when triggered. Read MoreAugust Smart Lock on sale for $100 ($50 off) at Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Wires are so yesterday, but it’s hard to find a good set of true wireless earbuds without breaking the bank. The TicPods Free from Mobvoi might not have everything you want, but they’re a good deal at $130. Today, they’re an even better deal with a $30 discount on Amazon.
The TocPods Free do an admirable AirPod impression with their long stems. They’re not quite as compact, but they have proper ear tips that will actually stay in your ear. Read MoreMobvoi’s TicPods Free earbuds down to $100 ($30 off) on Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Lenovo’s Smart Display was the first Assistant-powered screen on the market, but it wasn’t cheap. Luckily, the price has come down somewhat over the last few months. It even got as low as $150 at Costco on Black Friday. Today’s sale isn’t quite that low, but it’s close at $160.
Like all Assistant displays, the Lenovo unit gives you the full suite of Google Home voice commands. In addition, you can interact with Assistant and control smart home devices with the touchscreen. Read More10-inch Lenovo Smart Display down to $160 ($90 off) at Best Buy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Xiaomi is celebrating a strange milestone today. According to a tweet by the company’s global VP, Xiaomi has 700,000 users, which presumably means the company has seen about as many sales. It’s an odd milestone to be celebrating — 700K in “over three months” doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue — but it’s a good indicator of the company’s success in its Pocophone experiment, especially when compared to OnePlus.
Boom! We’ve got 700,000 #POCOF1 users across the globe. Read MoreXiaomi sells 700k Pocophone F1s in a little over three months was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
It’s that time of the year and that most corporate and commercial of holidays, Black Friday, is upon us again. As ever, we’ve got our eyes and ears out for the best deals we can find. For your convenience, we’ve put all the best stuff we’ve spotted into a single list, saving you time as well as money. Let’s get started.
You’re probably familiar with how we handle deals here at Android Police, but just in case you aren’t, here’s how it works. Read More2018 Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals roundup [Updated continuously] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
There are plenty of options for streaming video on the internet these days, but Hulu remains one of the most popular thanks to its integration with all the major networks. You can get quicker access to new content, but there are more restrictions than, for example, Netflix. This Black Friday, you can give Hulu a shot for an astoundingly low price of just $0.99 per month.
As you may be aware, there are several tiers of Hulu service. Read MoreHulu is currently $0.99 per month for one year (normally $7.99) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
OnePlus already knocked a few bucks off the price of the OnePlus 6 in advance of Black Friday, but it’s not ignoring the traditional day of deals. Today, you can get a free charger with the OnePlus 6T, or you can grab some accessories for the older phones at a steep discount.
The 6T charger deal comes in several forms. OnePlus lists these as “bundles,” but that term is a bit grandiose. Read MoreOnePlus Black Friday deals include a free charger with OnePlus 6T purchase and 20-50% off OnePlus 6 and 5T accessories was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Thought we were going to let the Americans have all the Black Friday and Cyber Monday discount fun? Well, think again, as I’ve put together a list of some of the best deals you can find in the United Kingdom. It’s not exhaustive, by any means, as I’m only one man and there are tons of discounts flying around, but there’s hopefully an offer or two you might find useful.
Without a doubt, my favorite deal is for the Google Pixelbook. Read MoreUK Black Friday and Cyber Monday roundup: The best deals this side of the pond was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Google’s Nest family or products have particularly tight integration with Assistant. For instance, the Nest Hello doorbell can announce visitors if you’ve got a Google Home on the same network. Now, you can get both components of that setup (at a discount) in a single purchase from B&H.
The Nest Hello usually costs $230, and I think it’s worth that much. It has 1600p HDR video, attractive design, and it’s pretty easy to install. Read More[Deal Alert] Get a Nest Hello doorbell and Google Home Mini for $199 ($79 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Amazon’s Fire 7 tablet is usually quite inexpensive at $50, but now it’s almost impossibly cheap for Prime members. If you act fast, you can get the entry-level tablet (with special offers) for a mere $35. This deal has been live for a few days, so it could go away at any time. Don’t wait too long to decide.
The Fire 7 is not impressively specced, but it doesn’t have to be for $35 (or even $50). Read More[Deal Alert] Amazon Fire 7 tablet on sale for $35 if you act fast (Prime members only) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.