At CES 2015 Sony revealed plans to bring Android 5.0 Lollipop to the Sony Xperia Z3 starting next month.
Sony has now introduced a stainless steel version of the Sony SmartWatch 3, as well as adding a new holder that lets folks change out the bands in the original SW3.
Average smartphone profits for Android hardware manufacturers have roughly halved over the past year, despite huge growth in global shipments.
The newly independent VAIO brand is set to release a mid-range 5-inch smartphone in 2015 that may bring it screen-to-screen with its progenitor, Sony.
Sony’s controversial movie, The Interview, is now available to rent or by from both Google Play and YouTube Movies!
Sony’s “Welcome to the New World” teaser video gives us a few clues about what the company might have planned for CES 2015.
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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.