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Get a refurbished pair of Sony WH1000XM3 headphones for just $180 ($70 off MSRP)

When it comes to noise-canceling headphones, there aren't many that can rival Sony's WH1000XM3. It's one of the best options out there, with excellent sound quality and a fantastic design, and now you can get a manufacturer-refurbished model for just $179.99. For context, the same headphones new-in-box go for around $350.

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YouTube TV now available on PlayStation 4, only two years after the Xbox One

YouTube TV is one of several popular ways to get your cable TV fix without dealing with all those other cable TV inconveniences, though platform support has always been a limiting factor. Today the PS4 picks up compatibility with Google's service, allowing those that enjoy Sony's exclusive games to also enjoy their streaming cable programming courtesy of YouTube — all just a mere two years after the Xbox One got it.

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Every new Android TV announced at CES 2020

Just like any year, this year's CES has focused quite a bit on television sets. And just like any (recent) year, this year brings us a whole slew of new Android TV products. To make it easier to sift through them, we've compiled this article combining all the announcements from the show, sorted alphabetically by manufacturer.

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Sony Xperia 5 Plus leaks with 6.6-inch screen and headphone jack

Sony officially introduced the compact 6.1-inch Xperia 5 at IFA in September last year, so it's no surprise that the first leaks of a possible successor or sister model start showing up now. CAD renders of some Xperia 5 Plus have been published on Slashleaks. The device looks almost identical to its smaller sibling but comes with a bigger screen and a headphone jack.

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Android 10 is rolling out to the Sony Xperia XZ3 and all XZ2 variants

Sony promised to update quite a few of its Xperia devices to Android 10 "early 2020 onwards," and as it turns out, the company is staying true to its word. The Xperia XZ3, XZ2, XZ2 Premium, and XZ2 Compact are currently receiving the latest Android version.

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Sony's 55-85" X950G and X900F 4K Android TVs drop to their lowest prices ever at Amazon and Best Buy (up to $1,000 off)

If you didn't jump on the Sony TV sales we covered in October, your patience has paid off. In one final push up to Christmas, Sony's X950G and X900F Android TVs have officially hit some of the lowest prices we've seen on these models. You can pick up your own X950G or X900F from Amazon or Best Buy right now for as low as $798 ($202 off).

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Save up to $3,000 on Sony's premium Master Series Android TVs, starting at $1,798

Christmas is basically around the corner, but if you're still looking for a very expensive gift, a Sony Master Series TV might do just fine. Models ranging from 65 to 98 inches are currently discounted on Amazon and Best Buy. The smallest one is going for as little as $1,798, which is $1,200 off.

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Get the Sony WF-1000XM3 truly wireless earbuds for just $198 ($31 off), the lowest price yet

Are you in the market for some wireless earbuds? If so, one of the best options around — Sony's WF-1000XM3 — is now just $198.00 from multiple retailers. That's $31 below the usual cost, and the lowest recorded price for the earbuds yet.

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Get Sony's extra-tall Xperia 1 with a crispy 4K HDR display for $748, its lowest price ever

Sony phones may not be as popular as ones from Samsung, but the company still has an enthusiastic and loyal group of fans out there. The Sony Xperia 1 isn't just for Sony fans, though — if you see the utility in a tall and slim phone with a 4K HDR display that offers a more immersive gaming and multimedia experience, then the Xperia 1 might be a good fit for you. When it used to sell for $1,000, it didn't feel right. But at $748 on Amazon — its lowest price ever — the Xperia 1 becomes an option worth considering.

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Sony delivers Android 10 to the Xperia 1 and 5

Sony recently published a timeline detailing when we could expect Android 10 on its phones. While many older devices are only supposed to get the update "early 2020 onwards," the company was more specific with the Xperia 1 and 5, which should get the new software this month. And true to its promise, Sony has just started rolling out the latest version of Android to the two devices.

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