Sony has finally started rolling out the Ice Cream Sandwich update for three of its 2011 Xperia handsets, the Xperia Arc S, Neo V and the Ray.

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Sony recently launched the much-awaited Sony Xperia S in India. This handset comes with a price-tag of Rs.32,549.

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Like all other major handsets launched in the last year or so, the Sony Xperia S is also having its fair share of launch issues. Many Xperia S owners are reporting that the bottom part of the display has a yellowish tint issue.

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Sony has just unveiled its first Ice Cream Sandwich running handset in the Xperia NXT series of line-up, the neo L. The handset is a mid-range Droid, and will be available in China first.

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Sony’s flagship Xperia handset for 2012, the Xperia S, can now access the PlayStation store. This means Xperia S owners can enjoy more than 140 classis PS games right on their phone!

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Sony Xperia Sola Announced; Comes With Floating Touch Technology

Sony recently unveiled the new Xperia Sola smartphone. Sony Xperia Sola is the company’s first device to feature the unique “Floating Touch” technology.

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The PS Vita is selling like hot cakes in the West. Sony confirmed that over 1.2 million units of the new handheld have been sold after only a week’s time in non-Japan markets. The software sales also crossed the 2 million mark.

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Milestone Launches Few Sony PlayStation Vita Games In India

Milestone India announces the availability of few Sony PlayStation Vita games

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Sony recently announced the new Sony Xperia U smartphone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012 in Barcelona. It is the third smartphone in the new Sony Xperia NXT series.

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Sony has just announced its latest addition to the Xperia NXT series of handsets, the Xperia P. The handset comes with a aluminium unibody design, a 4-inch WhiteMagic display, a dual-core processor and more.

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This has the potential to be one of the coolest moves Sony has done in recent times and will help save their image (somewhat). IGN reported that the latest episode of the PlayStation Blogcast said that Killzone 3’s multiplayer component will become free-to-play (f2p) soon enough with the distribution being handled by the PlayStation Network (PSN). The downside is that there will be a level cap on the f2p mode which can be removed by paying $14.99. Players who had purchased the full version of the game will have no level cap.

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Sony does a rebranding of the PlayStation Network.

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The much-awaited launch of the Sony Xperia S has been delayed in the UK. Play.com customers will have to wait till next month to get their hands on this amazing device.

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Back at CES, Sony announced its first dual-core, HD screen touting Xperia handset – the Xperia S. It is also the first handset to come from the company’s stable, after its split with Ericsson. While at first glance, the Xperia S looks like any other high-end Android phone in the market right now, except for […]

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Sony has announced via a blog post on its Developer blog that the company is adding GLONASS support on upcoming Xperia handsets, as well as the current generation one.

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