Sony has reaffirmed, via Twitter, that the core devices in its Xperia Z2 and Z3 range will receive Android Lollipop updates from the beginning of 2015.
Sony will begin production on their new heads up display sometime within the year.
Sony mobile has announced that the Xperia T3 and E3 have been added to their open source project, meaning developers can now design AOSP builds for all of Sony’s 2014 Qualcomm devices.
A custom APK allows anyone with an Android 4.4 smartphone or tablet to install Sony’s PS4 Remote Play game streaming app, no root required. Some users report success with Android 4.2 and 4.3 handsets too.
Looking for help with unlocking the bootloader on your Xperia device? Sony is here to help you out with their new video tutorial.
Sony’s next budget-friendly smartphone, the Xperia E4, shows off in leaked pictures!
This year, giving the gift of Android, on the cheap, starts with our list of best Android smartwatches. Here’s what you need to know about the top choices.
The Xperia Aquatech store is located 4m under the sea in Dubai. It is a marketing tool from Sony to underline its commitment to making waterproof devices.
A user report has spotted that an Android 5.0 Lollipop update is rolling out for the Sony Xperia Z Ultra GPE.
And so, this week of thanks giving and deals hunting is coming to an end. The news-scape was dominated by Black Friday deals from retailers small and large, and we did our best to highlight the most interesting ones. But it wasn’t all deals: reports emerged about Samsung’s plan to restructure its business, after smaller than anticipated Galaxy S5 sales and fierce competition took their toll on the Korean giant’s profits; we learned more about the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9, and their carrier variants; we discussed the EU Parliament’s resolution to break up Google; we looked at another troubled giant, Sony; we learned about OnePlus plans in India; and brought you some inside info about LG’s curved G Flex 2.
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