Sony officially announced their first ever Android powered device with Android 2.3 two days ago, and AT&T is exclusively offering it in USA as Sony Xperia Ion. Sony also announced the Xperia S at CES, which was previously codenamed as Nozomi; it features a sexy …
OnLive calls their latest app update “console class” on the Xperia PLAY, enables slide-out game controls
The company OnLive today announced that their latest update to the OnLive Android app would take their gaming experience on the Xperia Play to the next level. How? By enabling the slide-out controls that make the device so unique, that’s how. That’s right, folks. We’re …
The first ever Ice Cream Sandwich device known as Galaxy Nexus will be out later this month, but what about other devices running on previous Android OSs? Well, we all want to run our Android devices on ICS, even G1 users want to (don’t worry, …
Two of Sony Ericsson’s more recent Android smartphones are available direct from Sony.
Say what? In case you didn’t realize it, Sony Ericsson is in fact a joint venture between Sony Corporation and Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson. Both companies share an equal 50 percent share in Sony Ericsson and Sony has been mulling over the idea of buying …
Sony Ericsson, the joint mobile venture formed between Sony Corp. and Telefon AB L.M. back in 2001 may be nearing its final days. No, not because of lagging phone sales or a lack of direction. Instead, the word on the streets is that Sony wants …
Pictured to the left are the two newly announced Sony-Ericsson Android devices named the Ray and the Active respectively. The Ray being the newest “luxury” model of the XPERIA line, and the Active being a rugged dust-proof and water resistant handset.
Sony Ericsson recently announced a bunch of new Android phones at the MWC 2011, notably the Xperia Arc and Xperia Play. Canadian carrier Rogers has officially announced that they will be carrying these two terrific phones, launching them during Spring 2011. Our friends over at MobileSyrup …
Sony Ericsson has announced their new TD-SCDMA Android phone, the A8i, for China Mobile today. Co-developed with the wireless provider, the smart phone comes with a 3.5-inch touch display, a 5-megapixel camera, and support for WiFi, Bluetooth A2DP, GPS, and the CMMB mobile TV standard. …
By: Michael Schmidt Okay, I’ve had the X10 since 8:30pm last night now (but I had to sleep some) so here is my initial GutReactionReview™. This will be quick, and mostly point form. It’s possible that any “problems” I list might have solutions, but the …
Engadget Mobile is reporting that AT&T is signed up to receive the Sony Ericsson X10 in week 30 of the fiscal year. This could mean that we could see the handset released in late July or early August. This would bring AT&T to the Android table in a significant way, with the last of the “big 4″ carriers supporting an Android flagship device. Their earlier Android handset entries being somewhat disappointing, the X10 could give the Android faithful on that carrier something to look forward to.
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