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Behind the Acronym: HDR

These days we document our entire lives, from breakfast to an afternoon walk; amateur photography has become a common hobby – and the smartphone user wants to produce clear, crisp photographs. HDR (High Dynamic Range) imaging is designed to produce lifelike photos and videos – even in low-light or strong back-light situations, so you can consistently achieve the …

Sony’s Commitment to Innovation – Xperia Concepts

Back in February at Mobile World Congress 2016, Sony Mobile Communications unveiled a new-look XperiaTM brand with the first “X” series smartphones and a vision for the future of communications, with ambient connected devices capable of changing the way you interact with the world. Since the product announcements, we’ve received lots of questions about the smart …

Breaking: Ghosts spotted in Times Square

  But there’s no need to worry, Ghostbusters are on hand. Now you’ve probably already heard, but the new Ghostbusters movie is just around the corner. As a special celebration treat, Sony Pictures is giving fans the opportunity to experience life as a Ghostbuster for themselves – with the opportunity to strap on a proton …

Awards, Android N and our App of the Month

It’s that time of week again where we get together to bring you the latest news from the world of Sony and Android, and what a week it has been. It was prizes galore, as the overall winners of the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards were finally announced after a record breaking 230,103 submissions. We’ve …

Reddit – Sony’s Android App of the Month

Having been in beta since January, this month Reddit released its official Android app. Long regarded as the front page of the internet; Reddit: The Official App is the first time Reddit has produced its own in-house app, immediately setting it aside from similar third party experiences, including Alien Blue that Reddit purchased just a …

Behind the Acronym: “mAh.”

Also known as battery juice, (or Milliamp Hours if you’re being technical about it) Time and again, customers tell us that their number one smartphone priority is battery life. That’s a huge challenge for us. Phones are becoming more and more powerful, and people want to do ever more complex things with them, but at …