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The Sony Xperia is not just your everyday camera. The Xperia will be one of the top mobile camera’s on the market. There have been some changes made to this generation of Xperia. Among these changes the Arc will feature the Exmor R. This is a new sensor technology will improve photo quality in low-light […]
A new User Interface for Droid owners? Gingerbread 2.3 was not overwhelming with expectation that it would be the new OS Honeycomb. As Android 2.x slowly creeps to 3.x (Honeycomb), I’m beginning to wonder how big of a change Android 2.4 will be. Are Android developers making subtle changes to the OS to gradually […]
Worried that your Android phone wont see another update past Gingerbread 2.3? Don’t worry just yet, a Dutch site Tweakers.net claims that Google’s not quite done with all the Gingerbread goodness yet. The site says that we can expect an incremental build that seems to feature miscellaneous addons and tweaks Google might not have had […]
Expected to be formally announced later today, a leak of the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc has hit the internet this morning with images and a video showing off some really impressive looking industrial design in its hardware. Formerly known as the Anzu, the Arc picks up where the X10 left off with a 4.2″, 854×480 […]
Ever since the first time we saw leaked shots of what might be a Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone there has been some doubt of its existence, as well as its validity in the emerging smartphone market today. Since then we have seen more shots of the device as well as rumored specs and even a […]
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