The past few days have been met with speculation that Sony Japan will end sales of its Wi-Fi tablet series in March. What could this mean for consumers?
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Not only is Angry Birds a hugely popular game with tons of different versions for you to wile away the hours on your smartphone or tablet, it’s also about to become what Sony Pictures Entertainment hopes is a big, blockbuster animated film. Show More Summary
Android tablets don’t get much love these days. Team them with a good keyboard and they’re useful for basic productivity tasks, as proven by our time with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 and Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet. And beyond that they’re still great for playing games, reading books, watching TV shows and listening to music like any other Android device. Show More Summary
A partnership between Citrix and Sony could help revolutionize the way small business owners use tablets as productivity tools.
The e-reader market has lost some of its initial appeal due to the rapid rise in popularity of tablets and other similar mobile devices. However, 'tablets' with E-Ink screens continue to offer the best experience in terms of battery life as well as reducing eye strain. Show More Summary
If you use the PlayStation App on your phone or tablet then take note - the app will lose its messaging functionality today. That's because, just as Facebook did, Sony has now split out messaging from the main PlayStation app into a separate offering. PlayStation App users on iOS and Android should now have an update waiting for them to remove messaging functionality. Read more…
On November 18th, Sony uploaded a new ad to YouTube. The video, which promotes the electronics company’s Xperia family of tablets and smartphones, at first glance appears to be a fairly standard spot. Pay close attention at the four-second mark, however, and you’ll find the ad’s special gimmick. Show More Summary
Snag $50 of PlayStation Store credit when you buy either of these between now and the end of the year.
Sony hasn’t really being doing that well in the smartphone market, particularly in the United States, so it’s trying all kinds of methods to boost its sales. The latest involves enticing potential customers with $50 in PlayStation Store...Show More Summary
Sony is incentivising the Xperia Z3+ (E6533) and the Xperia Z4 Tablet (SGP712) by offering a $50 PlayStation Store credit to US residents. You're eligible to get the $50 credit if you purchase either device from Amazon or BHPhotoVideo between November 1 and December 31....
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Verizon is now pushing an update to the Sony Xperia Z2 tablet on its network, bumping it up to Android 5.0.2. With this update, users will notice a bunch of visual changes, as well as some new application names. Walkman has been changed to Music, and Movies has been switched to Video, and What's New will now incorporate Sony's Update Center and Sony Select in one place.
Sony has revealed that Android 6.0 Marshmallow is coming to 14 Xperia mobile phones and tablets, but doesn’t say when the update will begin rolling out. The news comes the day after Google started introducing the new flavor of Android to Nexus devices, after it was first unveiled back in May. The software rollout is […]
Sony Mobile today named the first batch of devices it plans to update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The list includes the Xperia Z5, Z5 Compact, and Z5 Premium; the Xperia Z4 Tablet; the Xperia Z3+, Z3, Z3 Compact, and Z3 Tablet Compact; the Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet; and the Xperia M5, M4, C5, and C4. Show More Summary
It's all about the bass. And the treble. And the volume Review If you want a top-notch Android tablet and keyboard package, buy the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet. It's very good. But at £499 it's also very expensive. If money is tight, Asus can now offer you a superficially not dissimilar package for two hundred quid. Show More Summary
Samsung and Sony are busy inventing new reasons for us to buy tablets and they need to because selling them is getting harder every day.
Sony has actively promoted the high water-resistant rating of its Xperia devices in the past, but is backing off those claims.
” link=”lightbox” align=”center” size=”xlarge”] After being unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February, Sony is finally bringing its tiny, tiny Xperia Z4 tablet Down Under. More »
In the market for a low-cost Windows tablet? Check out this 11.6-inch VAIO tablet from Sony. With a dual-core 64-bit Intel processor, a copy of Windows 8, and a sizable SSD, this is […]