Expect virtual reality to expand this year. What with companies and manufacturers going to try and enter the VR market, we’re excited to see new products and experience more virtual realm out there. Apps and devices may
We expect that every January, we get a lot of new products from various OEMs, from smartphones to tablets to smartwatches to peripherals, both from CES 2016 and from direct announcements. Sony is one of those companies making
Sony is still very much in the business. It remains to be one of the most trusted brands in the audio industry. The company’s mobile business may not be doing well but the headphones are guaranteed to impress the audiophiles.
Aside from the h.ear family, Sony has just announced the new BRAVIA 4K HDR TV in Las Vegas. The latest 4K HDR TV features a Slim Backlight Drive for superior black and brightness levels, as allowed by the X-tended Dynamic Range
Because rose quartz is one of the colors of 2016, we can expect a lot of products to come out in this color or even just the light pink shade. A few days ago we reported that Samsung’s Galaxy S6 will be releasing a pink version
XDA member systemallica recently shared with the community important instructions on how to install the Sony Concept 3027 and some other stuff. According to the developer, there isn’t any detailed documentation on how to
In high hopes that it can improve battery life of gadgets, Sony shared that it’s working on a new battery technology. The new batteries are expected to be ready by 2020 not just for Sony phones but for other commercial use.
Sony released the AOSP Marshmallow binaries for open devices including the Xperia Z5 a couple of months ago but it’s only now that the Xperia Z4 and Xperia Z5, at least, the Japanese versions, will receive the official
To better understand what people want in an operating system and user interface, Sony launched the Sony Concept for Marshmallow Android program last month so they could learn directly from the users themselves. It was only
Sony is at an interesting time these days with its mobile business. Some people were actually spreading rumors that Sony might quit the smartphone market altogether, until Sony Mobile CEO Hitori Totoki put an end to those