I might have misfired with my prediction that Sony’s little Facebook experiment would be the ion. A matter of days later, we have confirmation that the ion will make its promised Q2 2012 release date on AT&T by the skin of its teeth.
The ion will be the first Sony sans Ericsson smartphone to ... Read More »
It might not have the build up of a major press announcement like the Galaxy S III, but Sony is giving something new a go over on their Facebook page by letting fans “fast forward” to the announcement of the next Xperia smartphone.
This started yesterday morning and the announcement was originally scheduled ... Read More »
Sony took the stage at E3 tonight and while they mostly stuck to all things PS3 (seriously, more Move content?), they did manage to slip in a little bit of Android news.
The PlayStation Suite was first announced in January of last year and aimed to bring PlayStation level gaming to ... Read More »
Set aside the differences in sharing things like photos and videos. Set aside the differences in how the app store and media purchases work. Hell, you can even set aside the differences in cost, hardware design and software design in general. And you’d still be left with the biggest problem Android faces over platforms like ... Read More »
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Google TV is almost an afterthought at this point. The service lacks a real differentiating feature to make it a must-have item in your entertainment center, and at least one of Google’s partners decided to stop making set top Google TV boxes because they feel the software is premature. Still, companies such as ... Read More »
Sony has announced today the immediate availability of the Sony SmartWatch, which will go on sale for $149.99 at Sony’s brick-and-mortar and online stores starting today. The SmartWatch features a 1.3″ OLED display that allows you to check your text messages, emails, Facebook, and Twitter updates, as well as control your ... Read More »
Sony hired Wes Anderson, director of the Fantasic Mr. Fox, to direct their TV spots for the new Xperia lineup. Steve Walker, the CMO for Sony Mobile, says this video is the first “episode” of a new campaign that includes a big spend across digital and traditional media platforms.
We really like the 12 ... Read More »
Welcome to another new weekly column where we round up all the Android-related rumors and discuss the validity of each one. Everyone seems to love our original rumor reports, but we thought it would be fun to examine the rumors from around the web and share our thoughts on the possibility of them coming true. ... Read More »
Sony’s big announcement this week revolved around the Xperia Sola (previously known as “Pepper“). The device failed to impress us all that much, but Sony had a couple more tricks up its sleeve including SmartTags and a new technology they are calling Floating Touch. The latter raised some questions, which the ... Read More »
Sony was expected to unveil three devices at MWC last month. According to a leaked roadmap, the Japanese manufacturer was releasing three smartphones this April. Only two made it to the stage in Barcelona (Xperia P and Xperia U). But here comes the third one, which has just been announced by ... Read More »