Aside from giving users a more vanilla and more liberated Android experience, one of the side benefits of CyanogenMod is bringing Android to devices no manufacturer, or even Google, would dare go.
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Wearables are hot lately. Google has Glass , there are a slew of smart watches coming out weekly, and even Microsoft has something for us. None of those offer a solution for a niche within the wearables market, though
While many Android users are looking for updates to Android 4.4 or 4.3 , there are still plenty of handsets that will be getting updated with older versions of Android. In this case we are looking towards Sony and T-Mobile
A mysterious Sony smartphone made a very brief appearance in the company’s global mobile site a few days ago. While we haven’t gotten anything new about this Sony Xperia Z1S, these bunch of leaked photos confirm the device’s existence. That is, if the source is to be given credence
Device manufacturers might be battening down the hatches in preparation for holiday sales, but that doesn’t mean they’re not cooking up something new for next year’s early tech events.
In line with the company’s commitment to support the Android Open Source Project for its line of Xperia devices, Sony has provided the source code for its thermal management solution. This gives developers and modders not just the tool to keep devices’ thermal output in check, but also the means to fine tune the manager as well. When it comes to regular computers, particularly with notebooks, heat dissipation is a major concern for manufacturers, especially chip manufacturers such as Intel and AMD
Sony recently began teasing some Jelly Bean and Kit Kat updates. That was little more than Sony promising and update next week with more details about Android 4.3 and 4.4.
Sony has expanded its promotional gimmick that it has started on its latest Xperia devices that gave users access to six full-length movies for free.
Here’s some good news for those who have been pining for a more carrier-friendly version of Sony’s Xperia Z1 flagship, at least if they’re on T-Mobile . While no exact date has been set in stone yet, the smartphone has just been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG bearing T-Mobile’s name, suggesting that an official launch might be coming soon.