Sony Ericsson announced earlier today that their entire 2011 Xperia smart phone line will see Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread. Save for the ability to support front-facing video chat through Google Talk,
Back in May, Verizon officially launched the Xperia Play and the era of the PlayStation Phone was upon us. Fast forward two months and now Verizon has slashed the price
All your smartphone are belong to us! Apparently no one is using their smartphone to be productive, they just want to play games!
According to Nielsen research, games continue to be the most popular app category while productivity apps find themselves on the lower rungs of the ladder. This of course doesn’t surprise me one bit, what does surprise me is the fact that 93% of the people downloading games are actually willing to pay for them! Hear that developers? You’re more likely to get paid off of games vs. any other category. Chop, chop, start churning out those games!
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.
We’ve been hearing a bit more than normal about our friends from Sony Ericsson. First there was the announcement that they’ll be incorporating NFC chips into future devices, and now this. We’ve gotten our hands on a photo of what’s being dubbed as the Xperia Duo. We don’t have any real specs at the moment, other than the fact that it’ll be packing a dual-core processor and what appears to be a rather large screen.
Who says E3 is all about the consoles? Over in LA Sony Ericsson have introduced a multimedia dock for the Xperia Play that comes with a pocket USB cable and
Sony Ericsson announced another 20+ games optimized for the Xperia PLAY today, ahead of their demonstration at next week’s annual E3 conference. Joining the fast-growing list of games are familiar
Looking for an Xperia Play? If you head over to WireFly.com you can pre-order one right now. Also, (for a limited time) when you pre-order a play, WireFly will give
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 was launched last year as SE’s flagship device, but the device pretty much failed because it didn’t get Android updates on time, despite the fact that we heard it would get Gingerbread. Now it seems that Sony Ericsson is looking to launch some more new Android devices.
Sony Ericsson is making it easy for customers to unlock the bootloader for their handsets with the launch of a new website. The company is now providing the necessary tools
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
Now that the PlayStation Phone has landed in a number of markets, Sony Ericsson needs to generate interest and get people excited over the phone/gaming device hybrid. And, no, we’re
There are more XPERIA X10 Mini images this morning for you to check out. We got the above image from Sense.net, showing the form factor of the Android 2.3 powered handset. Also pictured is a bit of the UXP launcher that Sony is implementing into it’s Android builds.
According to the Sony Ericsson Developer Blog the new line of 2011 Xperia smartphones will allow “advanced developers” to unlock the boot loader legally. This feature will only be available
Our German brethren at HandyGames (Handy being the German colloquial term for smartphones) are getting ready to release some new titles for the Xperia.
At the exhibition booth in Barcelona, Spain, HandyGames showed off to MWC visitors three different titles available for the PLAY. They showed their original, award-winning casual brain-training game infeCCt, (optimized for the device) as well as a couple new titles like Super Dynamite Fishing, and Guns’n’Glory.