The latest Sony Android tablet has a lot in common with the latest Sony Android smartphone, so it makes sense that it's called the Xperia Z2 Tablet.
Sony today announced its 2014 flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z2, that at first glance resembles the previous premium phone until you look at the fine details of the new device.
The days of the Sony VAIO are coming to an end. Sony today announced that it has sold its PC business to Japan Industrial Partners (JIP) as part of a strategy to focus on other areas, including its mobile division.
Sony has a habit of releasing smartphones in the US months after they've already been seen in Europe and Asia. The Xperia Z1S shortened the wait time somewhat, but is the Sony Xperia Z1S still a phone worth experiencing?
Following the release of its Europe-bound Xperia E1 and E1 Dual, Sony today announced the Xperia T2 Ultra, a smartphone with a 6-inch display and a more global audience in mind.
Sony today announced four new Android smartphones, two of which are the Xperia E1 and E1 Dual. The E1 is a single or dual-SIM midrange device that's actually capable of producing more sound than the HTC One.
Sony used CES 2014 as the launchpad for its Xperia Z1s, and the company was happy to take us on a trip through the many parts that make up their latest flagship device. In a visit to its booth, the company showcased an Xperia Z1s that had been completely disassembled and would be put back together by hand.
It might seem strange that Sony would try once again to create a smart wearable considering that it has released multiple iterations of the Smart Watch, the most recent being less than one year ago. However, that didn't stop Sony from using CES 2014 to debut the Sony Core, one of many fitness tracking systems on display here at the Consumer Electronics Show.
There's not much to write home about when it comes to the Sony Xperia Z1s, heading to T-Mobile later this year because it's a US version of a phone we've already seen. However, if you need to know more about the new Android device, watch this video.
The size decrease of the Z1 Compact did not lead to a cheapening of the specs, according to Sony, which promises that there will be "no compromises" should someone chose it over its larger sibling. That's a tall order for a small phone, but upon first impressions, it's one that Sony has managed to fulfill.