Sony Mobile releases flash tool for its Xperia devices

by 1 year ago

If you are a Xperia user and love to hack your device then you will be pleased to know that Sony has released a new flash tool that will allow users to easily install the latest software versions on a device that has an unlocked bootloader.

So it can be done after all… Sony rolls out ICS for seven Xperia phones, right on schedule

by 2 years ago

Six months after Ice Cream Sandwich started appearing on the menu, most manufacturers and carriers are still unable to fully serve customers with the delectable dessert. Disappointingly, across the board, many phones and tablets are still waiting to get the update to the latest Android OS, that’s it if they’ll receive it at all. But that certainly isn’t a problem for Sony, as the company is ready to send out the ICS upgrade for not just one or two devices, but SEVEN of them in one go. Yep. As planned, Sony is now rolling out its Android 4.0.4 ICS update…

What to Expect at Mobile World Congress 2011

by 3 years ago

What is Mobile World Congress you may ask? Basically, it’s a huge event held every year in Europe, where the top mobile technology manufacturers come together to create hype and show off their latest wares. According to Wikipedia,“MWV is the combination of the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry and a congress featuring prominent Chief Executives representing mobile operators, vendors and content owners from across the world.” It’s really the equivalent of CES, but for Europe. Historically, some significant developments in mobile technology have been debuted at MWC, and 2011 is looking to be no different. It really is…

Superphone Standoff: Atrix Vs. Xperia Arc

by 3 years ago

Two of the most sought after phones set to debut in 2011 are the Motorola Atrix and the Sony Xperia Arc. We have put together a nice comparison to help you choose for yourself. Read on for more. Display – Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc vs. Motorola Atrix If you want to get a handset with clearer screen, the Atrix is likely to be your top choice, for it features 4.0-inch LCD (540×960 pixels) TFT capacitive touch screen with 16M colors. On the other hand, the Xperia Arc offers a 4.2-inch LED-backlit LCD (‘Reality Display’) (480×854 pixels) capacitive touch screen with…