Entries in 'xperia' (17)
Sony Ericsson has seen its status slip from fourth/fifth biggest OEM in the world to the ninth.
The latest smartphone to be officially PlayStation Certified has been unveiled by Sony.
Minecraft has today launched for Android. And guess what: this release isn't a final version, either.
The fact that Sony Ericsson's PlayStation Certified Xperia Play handset is a phone first and foremost and a games device second is the key differentiator that will save it from ...
The anticipated Android version of Mojang's PC hit Minecraft is to enjoy a period of times exclusivity on Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play.
Sony Ericsson has claimed it is not concerned about news that its initial offering of PSOne games on its Xperia Play mobile games have sold in very low numbers.
Sony Ericsson's long-awaited Xperia Play finally launches in the UK tomorrow – but only one of the four major mobile operators will be stocking it.
It looks like the chances of Sony Ericsson's PlayStation phone the Xperia Play hitting the UK High Street tomorrow are becoming increasingly slim.
UK mobile phones provider O2 has announced that it will not be stocking Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play from April 1st as planned.
In the first announcement of its kind, mobile games publisher Gameloft has revealed a new game that will be exclusive to Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play for a limited time.
The marketing boss of Sony Ericsson UK has confirmed to MCV that downloadable games for the Xperia Play will be available for between £1 and £10.
UK mobile firm operator O2 has revealed that it has obtained the exclusive rights to sell the white version of Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play – the first ever PlayStation Certified ...
Amazingly, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play – or PlayStation Phone, if you prefer – has yet to be officially announced.
With the games industry currently soaking up every bit of information that it can about Sony's new Next Generation portable this morning, it's easy to forget about the PlayStation Phone ...
With an announcement now surely not far off, fresh shots of Sony Ericsson's PlayStation Phone have hit the internet.