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Remember when we all thought the Galaxy Nexus’s 4.65″ display was enormous? Those days are long gone, but thankfully, Sony will still sell you a flagship with a screen about that large. The...

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Keeping an eye on your home or office while away can be an expensive proposition, especially if you need more than one camera. The Arlo Pro camera system is one of our favorites, but the 4-pack usually...

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Sony Xperia phones aren’t particularly popular here in the US, but perhaps a price drop on one of its latest phones, the XZs, may change that just a little bit. Multiple retailers are currently...

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Samsung is currently pushing the Galaxy Note 8, but it’s extremely expensive. The Galaxy S8 Plus is a good alternative if you want a big Samsung phone, and it just so happens there’s...

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At launch, Sprint was the only US carrier that sold BlackBerry’s KEYone, a unique device with a permanent hardware keyboard as a large chin. That stayed true until yesterday, but now, the phone...

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Despite being nearly a year old, Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL still haven’t seen very many non-carrier related discounts. It’s honestly pretty impressive how well they’ve held their...

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For all intents and purposes, the recently released iPad Pro 10.5 is the replacement for the iPad Pro 9.7 from last year. And since the new model is already available, that means we’re starting...

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Last year’s Moto Z was an alright phone, but priced a little high considering its reliance on expensive add-on Mods. However, Amazon has a killer deal on the Moto Z right now. This phone, bundled...

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Get’em while they’re discounted! The Samsung Galaxy S8 is currently on offer on BestBuy for $ 499.99 with a Boost Mobile prepaid deal. This offer sits $ 150 below the full retail asking price...

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The Motorola Moto Z is currently officially discounted in the United States. The unlocked, 64GB variant is being sold by the company for $ 499.99, or $ 200 below its MSRP. While the listing still says...