Sony today announced that they are releasing their Dynamic Android Sensor HAL (DASH) sensor framework as an open source GitHub project. Essentially this means that custom ROM developers and other mobile players can contribute to the project and improve things for all involved. According to Sony, …
As some readers know, Russian tech site Mobile-Review has revealed and extensively previewed a number of Xperia (prototype) handsets ahead of their official announcements. They have done it again with the Sony Xperia J. Like we have previously seen, they have pictures of every angles and …
If past history is an indicator, the next Nexus release should be arriving in the late fall or early winter. As such, we ought to be getting a slew of rumors and details for the next “Pure Google” experience. Such was the case this morning …
Sony has provided Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update details for nearly a dozen of their Xperia smartphones. A post on the company blog advises that the software update will begin rolling out to eight models this week. If you happen to own an Xperia arc, …
Sony today introduced its next Android smartphone, the Xperia SL, however they weren’t quite ready to divulge its release date, pricing, or expected markets. Specifications for the Xperia SL are right in line with most of today’s Android handsets, and include a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon …
With the summer coming to an end in the next few weeks, it’s that time of the year where movie theaters start to empty out a bit. With school starting and the eventual end of the blockbuster season, we thought we’d put together a list …
New flagship phone is photo’d from every angle imaginable.
Sony is still working on bringing Jelly Bean to Xperia models back through 2011.
It’s a sad day for Xperia Arc S and Xperia Mini Pro users, as Sony UK has revealed via some Facebook comments that neither device will be getting any Android 4.1 love. This is the first that we’ve heard from Sony in regards to Jelly …
Do you know about the Sony Xperia Ion AT&T is offering at the moment? The device finally landed in Canada via nation’s one of the largest mobile network known as Rogers Wireless. But we didn’t think Rogers is going to be that generous with it …
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