Sony has built up a strong brand name with its Xperia Z flagships. So why is it disrupting expectations around the Z4 branding for its tablets, phablets, and smartphones?
Android is a popular operating system for smartphones and tablets. The Google-owned mobile platform is used by popular phone manufacturers, such as Samsung, LG, Motorola, Sony Ericson and other tech giants. Presently, Android is the most used mobile operating system with over 78% of its share in the Smartphone market in 2015. Show More Summary
It looks like when it comes to the latest round of flagship devices from Sony, the Sony Xperia Z3+ as well as the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet will no longer offer support for the PlayStation 3 DualShock 3 controller. This would mean that the...Show More Summary
Developers can now flash the Android M Developer Preview on some of Sony's Xperia smartphones and tablets. Google launched the Android M Developer Preview in late May during Google I/O, but only for a select number of its Nexus devices. Sony has enabled the preview to be flashed onto a number of its Xperia smartphones and tablets that are a part of its Open devices program.
It is no secret that the Nintendo Wii U is pretty much the red headed stepchild of the console world. Developers actively avoid developing for it, instead choosing to develop for Sony and Microsoft’s consoles instead, although thankfully...Show More Summary
There were firmware updates which received their certification not too long ago that will be making their way to the Sony Xperia Z3+ smartphone as well as the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet. Having said that, those who have patience would have...Show More Summary
DxO One, a new attachment for your iPhone, claims it’ll bring DSLR-quality photos to your smartphone and tablet. The new gadget resembles those popular old Sony Handycams and attaches to the bottom of your iPhone or iPad via the Lightning port to add an extra higher-quality camera. Show More Summary
According to a new report from Reuters, BlackBerry is considering equipping an upcoming smartphone with Google’s Android, the dynamic OS that powers phones and tablets made by Samsung, Sony, LG, and others.
You can now order the Xperia Z4 Tablet from Sony's Mobile Store if you happen to live in Germany, Italy, or a number of other European countries.
As we are still waiting for the Sony Xperia Z3+ smartphone, the recently launched the Xperia Z4 Tablet is stated to be an upgrade of the impressive Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet. For anyone looking for an efficient tablet other than the iPad versions out there, then the Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact and the Xperia The post Sony Xperia Z3 Tab Compact vs. Show More Summary
The Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet was announced a few months ago at MWC 2015. It is a sleek-looking device with some pretty impressive hardware specs under its hood and if it got your attention and you wanted to get your hands on it, you could have to wait a while in order to get it. Show More Summary
Sony has issued a last second change, your Xperia Z4 Tablet is not shipping out today! The new expected delivery date for your Android tablet is June 17th.
Sony has gradually been rolling out Lollipop to all of its supported devices, only recently it sent out the software to devices like the Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Xperia ZR and the Xperia Tablet Z. The roll out process for those devices has begun and the update will soon go live in more markets across the globe. Show More Summary
Sony today said that even as it continues to update its Xperia Z line of handsets and tablets to Android 5.0 Lollipop, it will soon begin updating those same devices to Android 5.1. The Xperia Z, Z1, Z2, and Z3, and the T2 Ultra and C3 will all see Android 5.1 beginning in July. Show More Summary
Microsoft has inked deals with Sony, LG, and other electronics manufacturers to preinstall its most used apps on Android tablets.
Microsoft is partnering with LG, Sony and many more OEMs to pre-install Office apps on various Android tablets across the market.
Microsoft has been inking deals with Android hardware manufacturers to make sure that many of its Office apps come pre-installed on the hardware. Samsung was part of the initial announcement, with several other regional manufacturers thrown in for good measure. Now, Microsoft has added yet another laundry list of companies to the mix, including two [...]
If you thought Microsoft's app deal with Samsung was surprising... well, that's just the tip of the iceberg. The Windows maker has reached agreements to bundle its apps and services on Android tablets from 20 companies. Most of these...Show More Summary
If you buy a new Android tablet, the chances are getting better that it might have Office apps from Microsoft pre-installed out of the box. After announcing that Samsung, Dell and 10 more OEMs would pre-install Microsoft apps and services...Show More Summary
More efforts to bring Microsoft apps to Android devices.