After careful consideration and feedback, Sony plans to leave the Playstation Phone at Gingerbread.
Would you consider another brand for your next Android?
The Tablet P and Tablet S will see Ice Cream Sandwich by May 31, regardless of region.
Remember the Sony Tablet P? Yea, neither do a lot of people. It was clunky, impractical, hard to use, and most of all, really served a purpose to nobody. Aside
Yesterday, we showed you a leaked Sony device which will be launched in July, and there was another device in the roadmap known as Tapioca. The device today showed up
If you are one of the Sony Tablet S users, then you’re in luck. After all the working and coding, the Android 4.0 release for Sony Tablet S is finally
Until now, the only thing we knew about Sony LT29i was that it was going to be arriving this summer. We learned from a leaked roadmap that the handset would
If you’re rocking any Sony Xperia phone from last year and you’re wondering where your ice cream sandwich love is, Sony would like to ease your concerns. In a recent
Accessorize and enhance your Android experience with the $149 Sony SmartWatch.
Sony today announced their first Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone, the Xperia Neo L MT25i. Arriving as a successor to 2011’s Xperia Neo and Neo V, this one features
I personally believe that Sony is one of the most elegant brands in the world. For example, their hardware quality and unique products are superb. They recently launched the Sony
The first alleged image of the Sony MT27i ‘Pepper’ smartphone has arrived online and it appears to be a cross between Xperia old and Xperia new (NXT). The presumed dual-core handset looks
AT&T, borrowing from the Pantech strategy of bundling, has paired the Sony Tablet P and XPERIA Play in a discounted package for consumers looking to get a smartphone and tablet.
In the tech race, it’s generally numbers that the various manufacturers strive for. Whether it be more megapixels or a wider screen, the general rule is the bigger, the better.
Now that Samsung and Huawei have stolen the show, it’s Sony’s turn to show us what they’ve got at Mobile World Congress. Sony officially announced their new flagship devices, the Xperia U