All hail the first “maxi” phone wrapped in a “mini” package. Rumored for many months to be called Xperia Z1 mini, but ultimately likely to be released under the Z1S moniker. And as transparent as glass following an @evleaked presser and live image accidentally slipped by Sony.
A recent survey by a mobile service provider has determined that Sony mobile phone users are the most brand-loyal when it comes to game consoles of choice.
Ever since CoD: Ghosts was showcased in full 1080p on Sony's PS4, many unanswered questions have arisen within the gaming community: will CoD: Ghosts be 1080p on Xbox One or just 720p? Is Activision jumping ship to swim overseas to Sony's shores?
Sony has something special prepped for November 12: international Xperia Z1 mini or 6-inch ‘Tianchi’?
Packing cutting-edge hardware and smooth as silk software into a compact-ish body has proven quite the challenge for Android’s top dogs. Except for Sony, whose 4.3-inch Xperia Z1 f has gone official a couple of weeks back with Snapdragon 800 heat, 2 GB RAM and 20.7 MP camera.
The Sony Xperia Z1S has been leaked by @evleaks, and the device will be announced sometime later this year.
Sony has begun rollout of a new firmware that fixes minor issues like image quality and Wi-Fi connectivity that has been affecting Xperia Z1 users.
Sony's new tv spot is quite whimsical, featuring in-game cross-overs from games like The Elder Scrolls Online, Drive Club, and Killzone: Shadow Fall all while singing Lou Reed's "Perfect Day".
Amazon's UK chapter has reduced the prices of their PS4 bundles by up to £20, and gamers can get their hands on the PS4 Gamer Pack which includes 2x DualShock 4 controllers, a copy of Killzone: Shadow Fall and the PS4 camera for the same retail price of an Xbox One.
During an interview, PS4 designer Tetsu Sumii revealed that early concepts for the console's aesthetic design were "totally different", and Sumii goes into detail on the process that shaped the PS4's finalized trapezoidal form.
In a recent report, Sony confirmed some disappointing news: the PS4 won't support voice chatting with current USB or Bluetooth gaming headsets at launch, and won't be compatible until a later system update rolls out.
“Best things come in small packages” is what the elders used to say, but ask Samsung or HTC about the proverb and they’ll cut you off with a “bigger is better” retort. Not Sony though, as the Japanese have just brought to light the highly anticipated Xperia Z1 mini.
The indie studio at Witch Beam Games testifies to the PS4's raw GPU power, and even goes so far as to call it the most powerful console in the world.
It’s not the size that matters, it’s how you use it. Or it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog. Whichever of the two sayings you prefer, you’re probably over the moon with excitement about Sony’s Xperia Z1 mini.
Valve's recent announcements have certainly caught the attention of the current leaders of the console realm, and both Microsoft and Sony are taking an active interest in the company's Steam Machine tech as it solidifies into a very real competitor for the two gaming giants.
The Sony Xperia Z1 mini has often been rumored to be that Android device that will turn around the trend of mini variants of flagship smartphones being mediocre in the specs department, and we now have the most concrete evidence to support that rumor.
Sony decided that the only thing the NEX-5R needed was NFC. So they threw it in and called it the NEX-5T: the 2013 refresh of the company’s mid-range mirrorless ILC. But is it enough? We put the latest iteration of the NEX-5 under the microscope to find out.
Based on the results of a recent survey taken from a limited number of respondents, American consumers are more likely to purchase a PS4 rather than an Xbox One this holiday season.
Sony's Shuhei Yoshida discusses the company's goal to branch out past the realm of console gaming and bring the PlayStation gaming experience across all other platforms, with the PlayStation 4 at the center of it all.
Microsoft is building a cloud-based gaming service, and used Halo 4 to demonstrate how the service can be utilized on Windows and Windows Phone.
Sony is readying their own second-screen solution for the PS4; the PlayStation App brings a host of innovative features that transforms the next-gen console into a centralized hub for gaming content.