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HTC U11 Edge Sense: what can it do?

by Lanh Nguyen 2 days ago23 comments

The $550 mirrorless camera versus the flagships: Is it a waste of money?

by John Velasco 4 days ago33 comments

Sony consolidating its flagships is probably for the best

by Robert Triggs 2 days ago12 comments

Andy Rubin’s Essential teases a big announcement for May 30

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 days ago15 comments
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High Quality Games for the Xperia Play Coming Soon

Sony announced that triple-A game titles will be coming soon for the Xperia Play. The statement was given this week in Gamescom, one of the biggest trade fair events for video games ...
by Edmund ApostolAugust 31, 20111

Sony Announces PlayStation Suite For Android

Here’s something that was definitely a surprise. Sony has just announced something called the Playstation Suite. You thought you would have ...
by Aerol BibatJune 7, 2011

Xperia Play launched in 11 markets, but not in the US

Sony has already launched the highly anticipated Xperia Play in 11 markets all over the world. Two weeks later after this, it will be launched again in six additional markets. ...
by Chit AgustinApril 3, 2011

Sony’s unlimited Music service available on Xperia Play and other Android phones?

I bet music enthusiasts and fanatics of the so-called PlayStation Phone, officially known as the Sony Xperia Play, would love to put a smile on their faces once they hear the good ...
by Chit AgustinApril 2, 20112

PlayStation phone round-up

PlayStation Phone The slide-out D-Pad and PlayStation-esque buttons make this device appear similar to a regular PSP Go. Don’t be fooled, ...
by James TromansOctober 28, 2010
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