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Xperia Z Joins Sibling in the AOSP Mix

The Android Open Source Project (AOSP) is Google giving the entire community (manufacturers, enthusiasts, developers, etc.)  the necessary building blocks to bring what many refer to as "stock Android" (more accurately "vanilla Android") to a device. The inherent problem with this is that the manufacturers are often the roadblock to such endeavors. Too often manufacturers...

Sony Developers Share Open Source Tool for Debugging and Fine-Tuning Your Apps

We have always strongly encouraged developers from the various OEMs to take an active role in the open source community. At times we have seen involvement, but often that doesn't happen for many different reasons. One of those reasons boils down to an OEM placing their developers in virtual walled gardens, away from "prying eyes"...

Sony Xperia Z Kernel Source Released Prior to Worldwide Device Launch

One of the most highly-anticipated devices debuted at CES 2013 is the Sony Xperia Z. With a 5" 1080p screen with a ~441 ppi, sitting atop a quad-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm S4 Pro with 2 gigs RAM and a 13.1 MP camera, there's no doubt that anticipation is warranted. With the device recently released in Japan,...