Last month we pushed a new software update for smartwatch, which along with a few tweaks and improvements, included some neat new features – six new watch faces, notification previews, smoother app search and more.
Xperia Z vs. The Northern Lights – ‘The Sound of Colour’ – PYYRAMIDS with Damian Kulash (OK Go) and Martien Mulder
Quick heads up on some neat content coming your way from one of our recent projects – as part of the ‘Xperia Versus.’ series we invited PYYRAMIDS and Damian Kulash from OK Go, famed for their collaborations spanning music, film and technology, to go to the Arctic with Xperia Z and create music inspired by the Northern Lights.
The next Sony software rollout for Xperia P, Xperia go and Xperia Edual is starting this week – it is a phased process and will ramp up over this month and next*.
Hello everyone, Greetings from Milan! Last week I spoke at Salone del Mobile, the world’s largest furniture fair. So, what might a Sony Mobile designer be doing at a furniture show, you ask?
Quick heads up everyone. This week our Developer World colleagues have looked in-depth at one of our power management technologies, Battery STAMINA Mode – see how it works and tips for developers in optimizing apps to be more power-efficient.
For those of you who liked the TV commercial for our Xperia Z smartphone, and with the Holi Festival that inspired it starting last week, there’s some fantastic new content now available from the team who made it. Tarsem Singh, our director, recently went travelling through India on the look out for inspiration and he took an Xperia …
The creative process behind Xperia Z, Xperia ZL and Xperia Tablet Z was one of microscopic attention – and you might have seen, we’ve been testing your eyes for detail recently…
Hi all – Travis Lanier here, heading up Qualcomm Technologies’ CPU Product Management. I’m excited to have the chance today to tell you a little bit about our ongoing collaboration with Sony.
Hi everyone, We know the score – you want to ditch your iPhone, but it’s full of personal stuff – contacts, pictures, videos, messages, emails, etc…. and to switch all this onto a new phone is just a massive hassle right?