Verizon charges $199.99 for this 5-inch knockout, which CNET called "the most awesome Droid ever." But you have to be a new Verizon customer to get that price.
The top-rated Nyrius Aries NAVS500 can beam signals from any HDMI source to your HDTV or projector. It normally sells for $200.
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All indications point to the Lumia 710 having had a decent start as the first Nokia Windows Phone in the U.S.
The electronics retailer hopes to use the big game to drum up mobile sales by offering a short-term deal with $50 gift cards for smartphone buyers.
That's an after-rebate price, but who cares? While you're waiting for your check, you can drive anywhere you like and never worry about getting lost.
The combo smartphone-game player will be unveiled this weekend at Mobile World Congress, but one retailer has apparently spilled the beans about its U.S. carrier.
It's one of the top-ranked Android phones on the market, and it's available for new and existing Verizon customers. You can even add lines with it!
RIM's new device is being sold for a 50 percent discount at some retailers less than a week after the smartphone's launch.