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Say hello to Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play, the ultimate PlayStation Phone.
The cold start of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona was broken by the folks from Sony Ericsson finally shared strong and significant details about the Xperia Play.
The hardware specs, release window and US carrier plus some of its games were finally revealed during the event. Are you excited for the ultimate “Xperiance?” Hit the play button after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Get ready to "Xperiance" Xperia Play.
Finally guys! Sony Ericsson stopped teasing us with the whereabouts of the rumored “PlayStation Phone” also known as the Xperia Play.
Xperia Play is now a real deal and we’ll be seeing it right before Valentine’s day. It’s one of the devices announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. If you want to be the first to see the new Xperia Play, wear your best suit on February 13 at 6PM GMT. Meanwhile, we’ve embedded a teaser video from Sony which bordered between creative and morbid.
Hit play. Video after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Android is ready to play alright.
We get two sides of a coin. On one side, we have Sony which is known to deliver a very editorial, sometimes creepy commercials that provokes the human mind; on the other, we have Google, very well known for their clean, simple, yet engaging ads. So what happens when you mesh up the two? Ideally we get a 50/50 collaboration right? Well the Sony Xperia Play commercial tells otherwise. Looks like Sony creatives got the better of Google’s and has launched a disturbing ad that has somehow ‘chopped’off’ the Android’s cute factor. I don’t know about you guys but I like it.
Check out the commercial after the break!Read the rest of the article »
The end of CES 2011 established four trends: smart appliances, 3D TVs, tablets and Internet TVs. And though there are 2,600 exhibitors in the event, Gadg managed to make a list of top 10 gadgets at CES 2011.
Though CES 2011 just ended, the biggest tech exhibit in Las Vegas was able to establish four trends: tablets, 3D TVs, Internet televisions and “smart” appliances. The trade show attracted over 120,000 attendees who came to see the latest and greatest devices from 2,600 exhibitors. Though it is impossible to see an individual anywhere near all of the products at CES 2011, here is Gadg’s list of the best devices found at the event.
Check out the full list after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
Tech blog Engadget shows off photos of the prototype of Playstation Phone. It is something many of us have already imagined. So when will this gadget land on our hands? No one can tell yet.
The much anticipated device by gamers has finally come into focus. The PlayStation Phone is all packed with Google’s Android OS. A mobile slash gaming device with a 5-megapixel camera, 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, slide-out gaming pad and the Android Gingerbread OS. Tech blog Engadget gave a concrete evidence to support the existence of this […]Read the rest of the article »
Things constantly changes including operating systems. In a recent blog from Samsung, they are officially closing the doors to Symbian. We cannot blame a career growth, if things are really over between the two companies then fine.
It has been a year ago since Samsung Vp quoted that they are ditching Symbian. Samsung abruptly made a back-up explanation – Multi-OS Strategy. All of Symbian developers’ dreams were shattered when they received an email sent by Samsung. Samsung will remove forums and all Symbian contents by December 31st. Now we can’t blame career growth. Samsung has been the biggest threat behind Nokia in the mobile indutry. Eventhough Samsung remains a member of the Symbian Foundation, just like Sony Ericsson, it will just be a name and nothing more.View Article Source »
A PSP and a smartphone in one? Cool, right?
How would a Sony Ericsson phone and a Sony PSP would look like in one device? I think AWESOME!
Rumors has it that Sony Ericsson is developing a device that would be a PlayStation-like phone and powered by Android 3.0.
According to Engadget.com, Sony Ericsson is working on a mobile phone and a game device which is a cross between the Xperia and the PSP Go. It is supposedly a landscape slider with PSP like controls, plus a ouchpad in replacement of the joystick. Equipped with a 3.7”-4.1” screen, 5-megapixel camera and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, The phone will carry the Xperia and Playstation.Read the rest of the article »
Something from Sony is coming and they say its Smarter than before.
While browsing the web for gadgets, we happen to nudge a perfectly designed Website from Sony Style that really caught our attention. Wondering what it was, we searched and searched what’s the next best thing for Sony.
We happen to hear from reliable mouths that this is Sony’s countdown until their much awaited launch of the X10. To give a background, the X10 or Xperia X10 is a four-inch Android (again) powered smartphone.Read the rest of the article »
From Nokia to Samsung to Sony Ericsson to BlackBerry, the next four to five months will fill your schedule with all of this incoming handsets. Check out what's in store for you for the third quarter of 2010
With a little reason to doubt its credibility, Omio has been tipped off about the massive mobile phone release scheduled for the third quarter of 2010. Starting this July until October, all major manufacturers will present you hot, new phones that will make your summer-to-winter experience a blast!Read the rest of the article »
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