Nearly a week after support documents for the Sony Xperia Z appeared on T-Mobile’s website, the carrier’s officially confirmed that the Sony handset’s exclusive launch on its airwaves is imminent.
If a recent report is true, and we sort of hope it is, the upcoming Sony i1 Honami is a monster device. Allegedly shown in the blurry pic you see below, not much can be learned about the aesthetics of the device. The specs being mentioned, however, are something to behold.
Sony’s SmartWatch is now open source, so anyone can develop a custom firmware for the device with the help of the Open SmartWatch project. Read on for more details!
This week, Android fans were in uproar over the features that Apple borrowed for iOS7, and Samsung launched the Galaxy S4 Zoom, while the Galaxy NX leaked. Meanwhile Sony prepares the Xperia ZU, HTC the One Mini, and Google floats above it all with internet providing hot air balloons.
In a move to drive new interest in the Sony Smartwatch, Sony has now announced the Open SmartWatch Project, aimed at developers. To learn more, read on!
Taiwanese site ePrice has confirmed that the Xperia ZU will use the new top of the line Snapdragon 800 processor and that the device will be officially announced by Sony on June 25th.
Not all Android smartphones are created equal. And yet most of the very best models that have ever come out have one common ingredient: the stock Android operating system. Here, we list the best ones yet. Can you think of some more?
In this Back to Basics edition, we take a look at the history of Android, each major version, and what you should know about each one to buy a good Android device.
The Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 and Sony Xperia M are both listed on Carphone Warehouse, complete with launch dates. Find out more in the rest of the article.
Sony unveiled the Google TV NSZ-GS8, a revamped version of last year’s GS7 that brings voice search as the main new feature. Check out the rest of the details after the jump.