Sony is rumored to officially debut the i1, also known as the Honami, ahead of IFA 2013, at a September 4 event.
Fans of the built-in media apps found in phones such as the Xperia Z are in for a treat, because Sony has just started rolling out software updates for them. For the Album, Movies, and Walkman apps, that is.
A Sony FCC filing for a new device – the NSZ-GU1 – reveals that the company is working on a Chromecast-like dongle. Does that spell doom for Google TV?
An online video made by YouTube user Ashton Tekno gives us our first look at the Sony Honami, albeit only in software form, with a new ROM for the Xperia Z.
Users of the LTE version of the Xperia Tablet Z are reporting that the Android 4.2.2 update is now rolling out to the tablet, bringing some notable user interface changes.
Fans of large phones look forward to the Xperia Z Ultra, but a comparison between Sony’s device and the new Nexus 7 shows us that we should probably call it a tablet.
We’re giving away a Sony Xperia E Dual and announcing the winner of last week’s item, the Phorus Play-Fi, in this week’s installment of the Sunday Giveaway.
The highly anticipated Sony i1 could get a US release, judging from the LTE spectrum bands listed in documents that Sony just filed at the FCC.
Sony managed to obtain a profit in Q1 2013, buoyed in part by improving smartphone sales.
A set of allegedly leaked shots of the Sony i1, also known as Honami, confirm the camera phone’s 20MP resolution and G Lens branding.