Google on Christmas day has quietly announced via its Google Play Google Plus page that its Play Store Gift Cards are available for purchase from a variety of third-party retail partners including Target, GameStop, Radio Shack and Walmart.
Nook HD and HD+ from Barnes & Noble available now from Walmart
Barnes & Noble's Nook HD and HD+ tablets aren't the most well known budget tablets of the season, but they are still very viable options. You can now find them at Walmart just in time for the holidays.
Walmart Canada puts the Acer Iconia Tab A110 on sale for $178
As the holiday season kicks off, so do a whole lot of Christmas sales. Walmart Canada has kicked off their holiday sales by offering up the Acer Iconia Tab A110 for a price that finally makes it competitive with the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD.
Best Black Friday 2012 Android smartphone and tablet deals [Updated x3]
We’re just a few days away from Black Friday 2012 (November 23) and while we have covered the most important Android offers as mentioned in the leaked Black Friday ads originating from the most important retailers out there, we’re going to do a major recap just so you know what stores to visit next week in search for sweeter smartphone and tablet deals.
Nexus 10 spotted in Walmart store ahead of November 13 launch
Last week, Google unveiled a variety of new Nexus-branded products, such as the Nexus 4 smartphone, the Nexus 10 tablet and the new 32GB Nexus 7 models, but they were not launched immediately after the announcement.
Walmart Black Friday full ad leaked: Galaxy S3, unreleased Samsung Stratosphere 2 and other Android handsets spotted
Walmart has become the latest retailer to list and begin accepting orders for the 32GB Nexus 7 tablet. The listing shows the expected price of $249 and currently notes that the device will begin shipping in early-November.
In Google’s version of the future, cars with no drivers will deliver goods the same day they’re ordered
Several companies, including Walmart and Amazon, have plans to offer same day shipping on items bought online. Google is taking this concept to the next level by not only offering the service, but eventually offering the service with cars that won't have drivers. Such an amazing concept is still far off, but how cool would that be?