At a roundtable briefing in Tokyo today, Sony discussed how it plans to overtake Hauwei, and claim the spot just behind Samsung and Apple as the world’s third largest manufacturer.
After making some serious waves in Europe, Sony is taking the Xperia Z east. Here’s the latest on the flagship phone’s availability in India and Indonesia.
If you live in Europe, today marks the day when the Xperia Z is finally hitting more store shelves across the continent. Wondering about its availability in your country? We have the details.
At MWC, Darcy got to talk with a spokesman for Mozilla Foundation, who was kind enough to give us a demo of Firefox OS running on a ZTE device.
Sony has posted up an experimental Firefox OS build for Xperia E owners to test out on its Mobile Developer Blog. The ROM, unfortunately, can not serve as a daily driver in its current state though.
Can the Sony Xperia Tablet Z succeed where the Google Nexus 10 fell short, or is the latter still the current king of 10 inch Android tablets? Find out here!
Forced to live in the shadow of its almost identical twin, the Sony Xperia ZL is apparently looking to break out and enjoy its own 15 minutes of fame.
MWC might still be technically going on for around 48 hours, but we know very well that the show’s juiciest parts are behind us.
Android Authority goes hands-on with the Sony Xperia Tablet Z, a 10.1-inch tablet which is only 6.9mm thick, weighs just 495g, and is also waterproof, at MWC 2013.
Sony has enlisted the help of Walkman, PlayStation, and other iconic devices to advertise the Xperia Z. It’s a pretty rad ad, check it out inside.