Sony has just released its standalone PlayStation Messages application for Android. The app makes it extremely easy to send messages to other members of the PlayStation community using either a smartphone or tablet.
In desperate need of a turnaround, Sony just purchased Toshiba’s entire imaging sensor business.
Sony has just started pushing out an eagerly-awaited update for its TrackID application via the Play Store. The upgrade brings a revamped interface to both the history feed and song information sections of the app, which comply with Google’s Material Design guidelines.
Amazon has just released its latest Black Friday deal, which is a must-have for any consumers looking to pick up a reliable budget-friendly waterproof smartphone. While stock lasts, you will be able to bag yourself a Sony Xperia M4 Aqua for $199.99, which is a whopping $100 off its usual retail price of $299.99. The handset is only available in black and comes as standard with a 12-month manufacturer warranty.
LG has been steadily improving its position in the mobile device market thanks to a string of successful smartphone launches over the past couple years. Meanwhile, Sony, while producing devices that tend to be well received, struggles to translate that into sales success. Although they seem to be on divergent paths, the two companies have something in common – they are both mentioned in rumors of a move by smartphone manufacturers to transition to in-house production of processors used in their devices. Read more
Earlier today, Sony launched its latest high-end smartphone, the Xperia Z3+, in the United States. The handset, which first debuted in Europe back in May, is available to purchase in either Black or White colorways from the Japanese company’s online store for a rather hefty $499.99.