Sony is about to get a leg up on the competition, as its PlayStation games are about to spread to another platform -- smartphones running Google's Android OS. Also unveiled today was a followup to the PlayStation Portable.
More details have surfaced regarding the still yet-to-be-announced PlayStation Phone from Sony Ericsson, the most notable being that it isn't going to be called the "PlayStation Phone" at all.
The next iteration of a portable PlayStation device may not be far off, as the PlayStation Phone, the rumored hybrid gaming and phone device developed by Sony Ericsson, will reportedly be available in the U.S. this spring.
With game playing among smartphone users continuing to climb, Sony plans to release a PlayStation application for iOS and Android OS devices as its next move into smartphone gaming. There have also been unconfirmed reports of a PlayStation Phone.
There are many advantages for businesses in arming their employees with smartphones, but the process of deploying them requires careful planning or they can become a liability.
In a recent interview, the head of Sony Ericsson would not confirm that a phone that can play PlayStation Portable games is coming soon, but he dropped some hints to suggest that such a device might be unveiled in February.
Sony Ericsson isn't yet ready to announce the long-awaited Playstation Phone, but many of the details on it are available already. This device will apparently run the Android OS, and its design will have much in common with the Sony PSP Go.
The first report that a PlayStation Phone is in development surfaced earlier this year, and now some additional details of it have leaked out of Sony Ericsson. This device will supposedly run the Android OS and have much in common with the Sony PSP Go.
Arguing that San Francisco's new cell phone radiation law violates the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution, the CTIA wireless industry association has filed a lawsuit to halt its enforcement.
While some studies claim that cell phone radiation and frequent use of cell phones can be hazardous to your health, there is still no concrete evidence linking cell phones to illnesses and death.
In the midst of ongoing research, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is now saying that there is scientific evidence to suggest that cell phones do not pose a significant health risk as a result of radio frequency (RF) energy.
Sony is working on a smartphone that will be able to play games created for the PlayStation Portable, according to a new report. This company is also supposedly putting the finishing touches on a larger device designed to go up against the Apple iPad.
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