We're surging into another American winter and whether you live where the snow falls or where the sunburns won't stop, you'll probably be celebrating something outside for one reason or another. Why not grab Sony's SRS-XB33 portable, weatherproof Bluetooth speaker? It's up to $30 off today on Amazon!
In preparation for the PlayStation 5 release, Sony rolled out an update for its Remote Play app earlier this month. Now the main PlayStation app itself is getting an overhaul that's been built to compliment the gaming experience on both PS4 and PS5 consoles. The PS app has been entirely redesigned and given new features like voice chat and, of course, native PS Store integration.
Big TVs never go out of style, and right now, Amazon and Best Buy are offering some killer deals on top-of-the-line Sony smart TVs. Options range in size from 55" all the way up to 85", and they all come with Android TV built in. There are savings of up to $400 to be had during this sale, so if you're in need of a new TV now that it's almost holiday movie watching season, don't skip out on these prices.
Sony is starting to send out PlayStation 5 consoles (and the accompanying controllers) to reviewers and influencers, including tech YouTuber Austin Evans. Evans published an initial video about the console's 'DualSense' controller yesterday, which revealed an interesting detail for you smartphone gamers out there — the PS5 controller appears to work with Android.
Sony phones always follow the same pattern: they start off far too expensive in the United States, then slowly fall in price until they are acceptable purchases. Now you can get an Xperia 1 and a pair of Sony's WH1000XM3 noise-cancelling headphones together for $750, a savings of around $150 compared to buying the phone and headphones separately.
Gaming has always been one of the most fun ways to spend your time, and it has only become more accessible recently with the introduction of cloud gaming services like Stadia and xCloud. Sony brought its Remote Play app to all Android devices last year, and now it's being updated with support for the upcoming PlayStation 5 console.
Android TV is being rebranded as Google TV, but who knows how long that will take. In the meantime, Sony has been working on updating older devices. The company's Android TVs from 2015 got updated to Oreo a few months ago, and now it looks like Android 9 Pie is coming to many devices from 2016 and later.
The days leading up to Black Friday are some of the best times to get great deals on a new TV. Sony is one of the most reputable names out there, and right now, you can save up to $800 on some of the company's 4K Android TVs from Amazon and Best Buy — including both OLED and LED options.
LineageOS is the most popular custom ROM around, bringing new versions of Android to abandoned phones, and a stock-like experience (with or without Google software) to newer devices. The project has mainly been working on support for Google Pixel phones lately, but now a handful of other devices have joined the official build roster.
With far fewer social events than before, chances are that you're probably sitting in front of the TV a lot more than usual. If you're looking to upgrade, the 65" Sony X900H 4K HDR TV with Android TV built-in has fallen to an all-time low of just $998, over $400 off MSRP.