Sony’s SmartEyeglass head unit is now available for $840 in ten different countries.
Android fans, it’s been a big week for HTC, with everything from controversy over the alleged overheating of the M9, to the announcement of a new extended warranty program and the M9’s US release date, and ending with a bang, with the news that Cher Wang will take over as CEO. In other news, Android manufacturers continued to push out Lollipop to their devices, credible renders of the Xperia Z4 leaked out, Google announced major changes to its app approval process, Huawei sent out invites for the Ascend P8, OnePlus teased a “game changer” and a Swiss watchmaker joined Android Wear.
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Just as rumored, Sony has finally kicked off the Lollipop upgrade for its Xperia devices, starting with the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z3 Compact in northern Europe.
A new leak claims to offer a look at Sony’s upcoming Xperia Z4 smartphone flagship. Is it real?
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The VAIO VA-10J has now been announced for Japan, offering up a rebranded, more expensive version of the Panasonic Eluga U2 with Nexus 4-like aesthetics.
Sony has released Android 5.1 Lollipop binaries for its Xperia Z line-up, as well as for its E3, M2, T2 Ultra and T3 smartphones.
The much anticipated Lollipop update for Sony Xperia devices could arrive from next week, according to a posting on Sony’s official Indonesian Facebook page.
In a move that can only be seen as saddening for Xperia fans, Sony has clarified its Lollipop update plans via several Tweets: only for the Z-family. Only.