As expected, the first Sony gadget to be unraveled at the IFA is the first ever branded Xperia Tablet. The 9.4-incher doesn’t come with very many surprises, as it was leaked a month ago, together with its almost full spec sheet.
Excited to get your hands on the rumored Sony Xperia tablet? The Tegra 3-based 9.4-inch HD tablet certainly looks appealing, but many times accessories are just important to a tablet’s success as the initial hardware itself. While the Sony Xperia tablet isn’t yet confirmed officially, that hasn’t stopped a slew of leaked photos of accessories from surfacing. It seems that Sony is taking some inspiration from the upcoming Microsoft Surface tablet with its own keyboard case design. In addition, pictures of a media docking station with a remote and stand also seem to have leaked.
The Sony Xperia series is the antithesis to Ericsson it seems. The company has done quite well since its release on the market. We recently reported about a possible Xperia Tablet passing through FCC hands, and then news of a possible Sony product launch in September.
After a relatively short stint in Lund of Sweden, Sony announced today that it will be moving its mobile business HQ to Tokyo, Japan.
Determined to come out of the slump that has plagued them for the better part of the year, Sony has an epiphany and it involves flashes of images of a mob of Android enthusiasts shouting, demanding for a more affordable Xperia phones from the Japanese.
Up until now, Sony’s software environment for interfacing with hardware sensors has been kept under private control. The Dynamic Android Sensor HAL (DASH) is the work of many years of refining on Xperia devices, but now the company hopes to expand DASH even further by opening it up to developers everywhere.
You can criticize Sony for a lot of things, like releasing way too many phones and putting too much “bloatware” on top of Android being only a couple of those. Still, you can’t say the Japanese haven’t done a stupendous job with ICS upgrades.
The Sony Xperia J (formerly known as the ST26i), has now been thoroughly previewed by Russian website Mobile-Review.com. Aside from some precious info about the phone’s look, feel and screen, this preview also brings to the spotlight a few decent pics of the Xperia J.
Think you have a great camera in your smartphone already? You have nothing on the new camera lens being developed by Sony. The new line of next-gen Exmor RS lenses have stacked CMOS image sensors and pack quite a punch. There are three different units in the new line, two of which have 8MP sensors, and the third carries an impressive 13MP.
To follow up on our report on Sony’s new mobile gaming service, the Sony Playstation Mobile, we now have details of the titles that gamers can expect to spend countless... hours on when the service gets its reboot this fall.
The games that have been confirmed to arrive on Playstation Mobile are Tractor Trails, Twist Pilot, Tipper, Aqua Kitty, Beat Slider, Passing Time an...