Sony fans looking for a new smartphone have an interesting option to consider. It’s the Sony Xperia SP, and it’s now available for pre-order over at Sony’s website. Being let go for an unlocked price of just $489, the device features a 4.6-inch 720p HD display, a 1.7GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8 megapixel Exmor HD camera, 8GB of internal storage, NFC, Bluetooth 4.o, a 2,300mAh battery, LTE and more. Of course, only those on GSM carriers are going to be interested in this one so if you’re with AT&T or T-Mobile and want to consider it as your next smartphone be sure to check it out at Sony’s site. The phone is scheduled to ship May 20th, and you know we’ll be checking back to see if that date moves around.
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While smart TV makers are keen on wowing you with the promise of “Netflix and Chill” at the click of a button, we’re going to buck the trend and take the stance that you shouldn’t buy an Android TV with Chromecast built-in.
A scary new WiFi vulnerability is being reported this morning, and it affects pretty much every WiFi device out there.
Google customer support has confirmed that the company will not void the warranty for any Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL owners who have rooted their devices.
The OnePlus 5T rumor mill has been churning lately and these latest images with a fingerprint sensor on the back fuel that fire.
Looking for something fun to do this month? Noodlecake has announced that zombie road-trip survival sim Death Road to Canada is finally coming to Android.
more_vertGoogle Search custom widget
The latest beta of the Google app (7.14.15) get some cool customization tools for the Search widget.
more_vertSamsung & Google ARCore
Today, Samsung and Google announced a partnership to bring ARCore to Galaxy smartphones. This is a huge step in ARCore being a viable competitor to Apple’s ARKit.