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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Sony has confirmed that the e-ink based FES Watch is part of its Fashion Entertainments development project, which is researching e-inks for use in fashion.
We take a closer look at Sony’s latest high-end tablet offering in this in-depth review of the Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact. Check it out!
Sony is apparently developing an ultra-flexible, ultra-thin smartwatch made out of a patented e-paper material, designed to offer a stylish alternative to current smartwatches.
In an attempt to return its mobile division to a profit, Sony will cut its smartphone product line-up and impose cost cutting measures next year.
We take a look at the data and figures for the third quarter of 2014 to analyse the biggest smartphone market trends this year.
Sony just opened a new Facebook site called the Xperia Photo Academy. Part gallery, part school, this is a must-visit for anyone with an Xperia Z3 phone.
Sony has detailed its latest Exmor RS IMX230 smartphone image sensor, with 21 megapixels and 192 point plane phase detection autofocus. The sensor might find its way into the Xperia Z4.
Sony has tipped their hand, releasing AOSP Android 5.0 Lollipop source code for most of the Xperia line. This may not be the OS you want, but it means ROMS will be here soon.