CyanogenMod is bringing Android to devices no manufacturer, or even Google, would dare go. In particular, the popular custom ROM has been the savior of many older devices that are relatively capable of running more recent Android versions, such as some of Sony's Xperia smartphones from 2011.
Sony may be looking into delivering Android 4.4, or at least Android 4.3, to some of its slightly older devices dating back as far as 2012, but some devices aren't so lucky. But thanks to custom Android ROMs and the persistence of some individuals, the Sony Xperia go, Xperia P, Xperia Sola, and Xperia U might soon be enjoying the latest Android version via CyanogenMod 11.
Sony is starting the race early and will be offering two free games every week, not for the brand new PlayStation 4, but for PlayStation Mobile devices such as the PlayStation Vita and compatible Android smartphones and tablets.
Glass, there are a slew of smart watches coming out weekly, and even Microsoft has something for us. None of those offer a solution for a niche within the wearables market, though. There is one segment that is widely ignored, but Sony is determined to give them what they deserve: a smart wig.
Sony has just released a downloadable content (DLC) add-on for the PlayStation 4's The Playroom game that adds a dash of user-created content into the game. Using the PlayStation App, users can create all sorts of objects for the small robots to play around with.
Android 4.4 or 4.3, there are still plenty of handsets that will be getting updated with older versions of Android. In this case we are looking towards Sony and T-Mobile. Specifically, to the Sony Xperia Z which will be getting an update to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean beginning today.
once again been spotted. This time, it’s out and about, and shown next to the bigger device in the lineup.