The Xperia Z Ultra is certainly tablet sized, and now Sony looks to be planning to sell it as a tablet after drivers for a Wi-Fi only Xperia Z Ultra appeared on the Sony site, and photos and a manual appeared on the FCC. Read on for all of the details!
A large collection of screenshots of Sony’s KitKat implementation leaked, showing changes coming to the design and functionality coming to Timescape UI.
Sony’s next flagship, code-named Sirius, will reportedly be powered by a Qualcomm MSM8974AB CPU with 3GB RAM. The handset will also have a 1080p 5.2-inch display.
We take a detailed look at the Sony Xperia Z1S, available exclusively in the US with T-Mobile. Is this sleek device worth its money? We find out.
Sony has confirmed the rollout dates for the Android 4.3 update for the Xperia SP, T, TX and V, with the smartphones set to receive the update from the end of January to the beginning of February.
A new video from Sony shows off all the components that go into its QX100 lens, the camera lens that can turn any smartphone into a high-quality point-and-shoot camera. Read on for more!
CES 2014 had it all, but there was a large focus on wearable technology, ranging from fitness bands with great new features and associated apps, to a slew of smart watches, and even a few augmented reality smart glasses. Add to the mix smartphones, tablets, all-in-one dual-boot tablet PCs, AR gaming tech, chipset announcements, and Android-powered connected cars, there was a lot to take in over the course of the event.
Here’s a roundup of some of the amazing wearable technology we got see at CES 2014!
Sony announced today two new mid-range devices in the Xperia line, the Xperia T2 Ultra and the Xperia E1, that offer decent specifications at a mid-range price point,
At CES last week we managed to get a little time with the Sony SmartBand, Sony’s unique fitness tracker that is designed to communicate with the new Lifelog Android app.