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MXTP puts Xperia in lockdown mode under suspicious circumstances

While features like Android Device Manager and Sony's own My Xperia are helpful in trying to locate, ring, or lock your missing smartphone, it also lays open your device to being wiped clean by whoever has taken or gotten your gadget. And that means all programs, including the two aforementioned features, will also be removed. Sony has come up with a solution called My Xperia Theft Protection (MXTP) to ensure that only you will be able to wipe your own smartphone clean.

Archos announces two new Helium smartphones

French phone manufacturer ARCHOS has just introduced a pair of 4G-enabled smartphones. Officially known as the 50 Helium Plus and 55 Helium Plus, these models will be available in the market starting July complete with 4G Dual SIM connectivity, HD screens, and affordable price tags ($183 and $213).

MX Player updated, works better on Android 5.0 devices

There are lots digital media players available for Android but only a few can be considered fast, efficient, and reliable. MX Player is one of those that provide the best way to enjoy movies and the app has been updated recently to work better on some Android 5.0 devices. With the app update, online subtitle downloading and uploading are now supported.

LG announces Disney-themed smartphone for Japan

How big of a Disney fan would you have to be to willingly go and buy a smartphone that is obviously patterned after the "mousey" brand? Well, apparently, in Japan, that's not even a question that needs to be asked. LG has announced they are coming out with a new line of Disney mobile phones that will be exclusive for Japan. Surprisingly though, the smartphone is unimaginatively called DM-01G, and for a brand that thrives on fantasy and dreams, clearly LG hasn't caught that particular bug yet.

Oppo announces new midrange units: Neo 5 (2015) and Neo 5s

Chinese electronics brand Oppo continues to try to take a share of the lucrative Chinese smartphone market, playing catch up to Xiaomi and Huawei. They've announced two new mid-range devices that are pretty decent if you're looking for a not so expensive but decent unit. The Oppo Neo 5 (2015), not to be confused with the previously launched Neo 5, and the Neo 5s. Both have almost the same specs, with a touch of the more expensive R1x.

Beat the clock, fit unique pieces in the right spots in Puzzle Blitz

If you're the type who wants to do anything and race against the clock, try Puzzle Blitz and try solving all those puzzles. It might take you a while though to finish everything because there are more than 450 puzzles to play. You only have three minutes to play so finish as much as you can before time runs out.

LINE introduces new group calling app Popcorn Buzz

Have you ever wished you could have a free group call with around 200 people invited to that call? Okay, maybe not 200 exactly, but definitely more than just two people talking and it has to be free. LINE is adding another product to its app portfolio by releasing Popcorn Buzz which lets you do all these things, including the aforementioned 200 people in the call, if for some reason you'd want to do that.

Panasonic introduces mini version of Eluga S to Indian market

India is considered to be one of the emerging markets that has the potential to change the landscape of mobile phones in a few years time. With their consumers constantly looking for affordable smartphones with decent specs, a lot of the OEMs have released devices specifically for the region only to meet this demand. Panasonic has recently announced that they are introducing a mini version of the Eluga S smartphone, which they actually released in the country just recently.

Doom 3 DFG now on Android, NVIDIA SHIELD devices only

The NVIDIA SHIELD has yet to prove that it can be a gaming device of your choice. It's an Android TV-powered device which means only Android apps and games can run on it. NVIDIA has recently announced that Doom 3 will be coming to Android together with other games and now it has arrived. Doom 3 requires power and the NVIDIA Tegra X1 mobile processor could handle the game on the NVIDIA SHIELD.

Sony to roll out Lollipop 5.1 to Xperia Z devices next month

Sony is still in the process of giving the Android Lollipop updates to some of their Xperia devices, like Z, ZL, ZR and Tablet Z. But already, other Xperia users who have been upgraded can expect a new one to come next month as the Japanese OEM announced that they will be upgrading the whole Xperia Z line to version 5.1. Included also in that update are other Xperia devices like the T2 Ultra and the Xperia C3.
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