There are some types of products you should never buy at the original MSPs: cars, pre-built gaming PCs, and televisions, to name a few. Thankfully, Sony's high-end 85-inch smart TV has now dropped to $1,998.00. That's $502 below the original MSRP, and a $300 drop from the previous price. Read More
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). Read More
Ahead of an influx of TV deals during the oncoming Black Friday sales, Sony’s 49-inch X900F Android TV from 2018 is retailing at its lowest price ever. Right now, you can get one of these for just $798, making it an attractive addition to your entertainment setup for your weekend binge-watch sessions. The 4K HDR TV has been selling at around $900 for a while without attracting a discount alongside its larger-sized peers. Read More
With the launch of Apple TV+ looming (it's November 1st, for anyone keeping score), OEMs have been scrambling to get the Apple TV app greenlit for their hardware platforms. Earlier this week, we reported that select Amazon TV Fire Sticks received official supoprt, and for a brief moment today, Apple TV found its way to some Sony Android TVs — just to be renounced hours later. Read More
With temperatures dipping into autumn territory, now's the perfect time to cozy up in front of a brand new television and binge on your favorite content, be it shows, movies, games, or Play Store apps. In addition to the TV deal we posted yesterday, today's bargain offers a new Sony X900F series Android TV for up to $800 off. Read More
When it comes to high-end televisions, Sony arguably rules the roost — the Android TV-running X950G lineup is a popular choice amongst average and expert consumers alike. If you've had your eye out for a Sony 4K TV, two models of the 2019 lineup are currently on sale — the 55" and 65" variants of the X950G, and the 75" variant of the X900F. Read More
Sony is one of the best OEMs around when it comes to updating its smartphones in a timely fashion, but the company's smart TVs are another story. Even though Android 9 Pie was released five months ago, and Android Q is on the horizon, Sony is just now rolling out Oreo to some of its smart TVs. Read More
Several years ago, Opera Software spun off its TV division as a separate company, fittingly named 'Opera TV.' While the company was responsible for the various TV ports of the Opera browser, it also developed an entire software platform designed for media players, car head units, and smart TVs - similar to Roku OS and Android TV.
Opera TV was purchased by Moore Frères & Company in 2016, and in August of this year, the company announced it was rebranding itself as 'Vewd.' Now the Android TV browser, which is included on some Sony Smart TVs, has changed to 'Vewd Browser.' Read More
Over a year ago, Comcast revealed that it was working on an Xfinity app for Android TV. It was part of the 'Xfinity TV Partner Program,' designed to make its television service available on smart TVs and internet-connected streaming boxes. That way, you wouldn't have to lease a cable box (unless you didn't want TV congesting your home internet network) - just install the app and start watching content. Read More
Google's long-rumored live TV service finally arrived earlier this year as 'YouTube TV.' Even from the start, it was a pretty solid offering, and Google has continued to add more channels and expand to more areas. But for a service called 'YouTube TV,' the lack of smart TV/Android TV applications was a major omission. To date, the only way to watch content on the big screen has been with a Chromecast.
That changes today, as YouTube has announced that applications for Android TV and Xbox One will be released within the next few days. Read More