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The best wireless headphones, USB-C earbuds, and smart speakers you can buy (Fall 2019)

Hey, are you listening to music right this second? Maybe a podcast? I bet you are. If you're looking to upgrade whatever it is you're listening on, you have a ton of options. Android Police tests all kinds of headphones and speakers, but those reviews are a whole lot of words to read. So here, as part of our Most Wanted series, is a digestible list of the audio gear we're really feeling this fall.

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[Update: APK Download] PS4 Remote Play game streaming coming to non-Sony phones this week

Devoted PlayStation users have for years called on Sony to bring official support for Remote Play game streaming app to non-Sony handsets, and it seems their demands will finally be met. Sony has announced to release the v7.00 update for the PlayStation 4 within this week, bringing the feature to a wider range of Android devices.

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Sony X900F 4K Android TVs are on sale for up to $800 off

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.

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Sony X950G 4K Android TVs go on sale for up to $500 off, just in time for your fall lineup

The fall season is what television enthusiasts live for. Sports fans revel in the heart-wrenching action of football and hockey, while evening bingers gather 'round for the return of their beloved sitcom and drama series. If you're in need of a new television to make the most of your 2019 fall lineup, look no further than these 4K Android TVs by Sony, on sale now for up to $500 off.

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Sony adds the Xperia 1 to its Open Devices program

The Xperia 1, Sony's flagship phone of 2019 and its best phone yet, is the latest device to be admitted to the company's Open Devices program, joining the ranks of the Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus.

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Sony spotted preparing to introduce Xperia 5 at IFA 2019

We've come to high season for high-pressure presentations in cavernous venues for little pieces of circuitry encased in glass, metal, and plastic again. IFA 2019 is just about underway in Berlin and tech companies are on rehearsals looking for the right words, notes, camera shots, and switches to hit. Unfortunately for Sony, someone in the control room flipped the wrong switch and briefly revealed the existence of the company's next big smartphone, the Xperia 5.

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Sony Mobile division in Sweden will close as part of corporate restructuring

Earlier this year, Sony announced that all its consumer electronics divisions would be merged, following years of decline in the company's mobile sector. Merges inevitably mean job losses, and in addition to cutting around 2,000 employees, Sony is also making plans to shut down the Sweden-based Sony Mobile Communications AB.

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Sony Xperia 2 leaks ahead of IFA looking almost identical to the Xperia 1 [Update]

Sony is one of the few Android OEMs that still updates its flagship phone twice a year. Before prices can even come down on one Sony phone, there's a newer model. We expect Sony to replace the still very new Xperia 1 at IFA with the Xperia 2, and a handful of leaked images provide a sneak peek at that device. Spoiler: it looks like the Xperia 1.

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Sony's 85" 4K HDR Android TV at its lowest price of $3,500 ($500 off), so you can be the best roommate in your dorm

Do you have an appalling amount of wall space that you feel could use a little brightening? A huge blanking field that needs a little 4K HDR action to go there? Perhaps you could do with one of Sony's X900F series television sets — the 85" size is currently on sale at multiple retailers for $500 off.

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Sony app deaths continue with Xperia Lounge shutting down this month

Sony, which does not have a good track record of making money from smartphones, has been cutting back on its mobile division for well over a year at this point, consolidating offices and has started to kill off apps it has made — some of them useful, others not so much. In the ongoing saga of this downsizing, we've come to the scheduled demise of the Xperia Lounge app.

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