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.
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PlayStation Suite has just gotten a step closer to becoming more relevant. Sony will be opening a beta version of the PlayStation Suite SDK, which will improve the lack-luster variety of games available. Now that Sony is in charge of its mobile department, the company is set to make some major improvements. And ... Read More »
Early this year Sony Computer Entertainment announced the PlayStation Suite program which was designed to deliver the world of PlayStation to Android based portable devices. So far we have seen three PlayStation Certified devices (Xperia Play, Sony Tablet S, Sony Tablet P) and that number should continue to increase now that Sony has announced ... Read More »
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Quality mobile gaming just got a whole lot sweeter. As part of Verizon’s Back to School promotion, the price of the SONY Ericsson XPERIA Play has been slashed to just $99. While Verizon may be positioning the new price of the XPERIA Play as a limited time promotion, we have a feeling the phone may ... Read More »
This Gaming optimized Android smartphone definitely has its background, and many of you will be happy ... Read More »
If you have been coming to Android and Me to read your Android news, you might recall Sony’s honeycomb tablet, the S1 (with that interesting folded-magazine-like shape). Sony has announced this Honeycomb device, calling it the “Sony Tablet,” and it is actually not coming alone, there are two versions; the S1 and the S2.
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Today NVIDIA announced on their Tegra Zone app that Sony’s PlayStation Suite will be coming to Tegra-equipped Android phones and tablets later this year. PlayStation Suite is a hardware-neutral game framework designed to bring the PlayStation experience to Android devices.
The report did not mention which Tegra devices would be PlayStation certified, but ... Read More »
Do you want to be one of the first 10 people to play with the Xperia Play (“PlayStation Phone”)? Sony Ericsson is holding a special contest right now on their Facebook page called First2PLAY that could hook you up with an early device. All you need to do is vote for their Super ... Read More »
Today Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) announced PlayStation Suite, a hardware-neutral game framework to bring the PlayStation experience to Android phones and tablets. SCE will start a license program called PlayStation Certified, where they will work with hardware manufacturers to “ensure the delivery of PlayStation quality experience across various devices.”
Devices that become PlayStation Certified will ... Read More »