If a new rumor is to be believed, Sony may be working on another Xperia Z variant, the Sony Xperia ZR. Allegedly, the handset features a smaller 4.6-inch 720p display and a waterproof design.
Sony has decided to create an Android Open Source Project for its 2013 flagship, the Sony Xperia Z.
A new Sony Google TV device, (product number NSZ-G8), has recently received Wi-Fi certification, but it hasn’t been officially announced by Sony yet.
Sony is offering a 10% discount to all European customers, as an apology for the inconveniences caused by a blackout, on the Sony European website.
Jelly Bean update in final stages of testing for several Xperia handsets, Sony promises more details next week
Sony took to Twitter today to reveal that several of their Xperia handsets should be seeing Android 4.1 very soon, as work on the updates have now reached the final stage.
The HTC One and the Sony Xperia Z are two of the most exciting Android smartphones out there. We compare them and learn which is better!
A Japanese ISP has announced the availability of an internet service in the Tokyo area that puts Google Fiber to shame. The Nuro network has twice the download speeds of Fiber, and costs less.
If you happen to own a Sony Xperia Tablet S, we have some great news for you. Starting tomorrow, the Tablet S will be making the leap to Jelly Bean.
Sony is looking to step up its retail game by re-opening three Sony Stores and creating Sony Gallery locations in major shopping centers.
Join us as we compare the Sony Xperia Z and the Oppo Find 5 side by side and learn which is the better 5 inch 1080p smartphone!