Update: I made a couple quick thoughts on Android 5.1 on this post in r/SonyXperia. Do give it a read!
When Google announced the L developer preview back at Google I/O 2014, a lot of people -- myself included -- were excited to see what the future of Android would be. This wouldn't be another 4.X release, but a 5.0 release with many advancements to the Android experience. In October 2014, Sony announced that their Xperia Z devices would all be receiving Lollipop within the first quarter of 2015. While this wasn't as early of timing as other OEMs like Samsung and Motorola, it still got me excited that my (at the time) brand new Xperia Z3 and my 1.5 year old Xperia Tablet Z would receive Google's latest desert.
Lollipop on the Xperia Z3 has only rolled out in the Baltic regions as of March 16, and I got impatient waiting for a North American release, so I flashed the Generic Baltic firmware onto my device. I've been using the firmware for about a week, and I have to say my general impressions of Lollipop are mostly positive, but I have a few quirks.
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Thursday, March 5, 2015
It's (officially) happening. A franchise I loved so dearly throughout my high school years is returning and I honestly couldn't be more excited. Of course, with every new game comes new information about how the game will work. There are a few surprises when comparing Rock Band 4 to its predecessor, Rock Band 3, and I want to go over these changes with my opinions. I'm going to refer points from the recently released Q&A for Rock Band 4 from Harmonix.