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Sony Ericsson Xperia ray announced for USA

Sony Ericsson Xperia ray announced for USA

The folks at Sony Ericsson have announced the USA release of the Xperia ray, a device we last heard about in June, here in the states for the first time and pushed to Newegg for the unlocked price of $429.99 (on sale today for $379.99 for a limited time.) This device is only sold here at the moment unlocked, your option to get it carried by AT&T, T-Mobile, Rogers, Fido, up to you. This device features a single-core 1GHz processor, 1GB internal memory with 300 MB user available and 512 MB RAM, microSD card slot for up to 32GB of additional storage, and a 3.3-inch TFT display at 480 x 854 pixel resolution. The display also boasts some cool BRAVIA ENGINE tech.

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Sony Ericsson announces indy developer support for FreeXperia program

Sony Ericsson announces indy developer support for FreeXperia program

If you're an avid fan of Android, you've got to know that there's a gigantic developer community out there that's not just interested in creating market-ready apps. They' call themselves developers, but what the rest of the world calls them is hackers. In particular, Sony Ericsson wants to get in on this party by voicing their support for ROM creators across the board. The program Sony Ericsson is announcing this week is FreeXperia, an assistant group for developers looking to create great new customized experiences for Xperia devices. Neato!

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Lara Croft and Guardian of Light to be an Xperia Play exclusive

Lara Croft and Guardian of Light to be an Xperia Play exclusive

If you are a mobile gamer that has the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play smartphone you will be able to get an exclusive game soon. Square Enix and SE have teamed up to offer Xperia Play users an exclusive Lara Croft game that they can download and play starting in November. The tie up between the two companies will also see more hit game titles heading to the Xperia Play in the coming months.

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Sony Ericsson denies XPERIA Ice Cream Sandwich plans

Sony Ericsson denies XPERIA Ice Cream Sandwich plans

Sony Ericsson has denied reports that it confirmed the 2011 XPERIA Android range would all get updated to Ice Cream Sandwich, Google's next-gen version of the OS expected to be released in October or November. According to SoMobile, a UK spokesperson told them that current-gen XPERIA devices would get Android 4.0; however, Sony Ericsson's press team says that no such decision has been made.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc S benchmarked

Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc S benchmarked

Does the world need a new XPERIA Arc? Sony Ericsson seems to think so, and hence the XPERIA Arc S has broken cover. Taking the same, slimline chassis - now in Stormtrooper white - and 4.2-inch display as the original, but boosting processor speed to 1.4GHz, the Arc S promises to bring the Android experience up to speed with what rivals are offering. We grabbed some hands-on playtime to find out if that was true.

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Android Update Alliance examined, results since Google I/O found lacking

Android Update Alliance examined, results since Google I/O found lacking

Perhaps you remember a few months ago when Google announced an alliance of manufacturers and carriers who would work together henceforth to update all devices on the Android front. The timeframe they spoke of at the conference was 18 months, a time in which all Android devices would continue to be updated, 18 months from their original inception date. No device would ever be left behind again. So how are they doing? Let's have a lovely little look.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA mini pro Review

Sony Ericsson XPERIA mini pro Review

Take a cursory glance at the smartphone market and you'd be forgiven for assuming bigger always means better. Android smartphones are already available with vast screens, rumors suggest the iPhone 5 will introduce a larger display, and Windows Phone has just seen its first uber-panel with the 4.7-inch HTC Titan. Not everyone wants to fill their pocket with handset, however, and for them the Sony Ericsson XPERIA mini pro could tick more than a few boxes. Compact and yet still offering a full physical keyboard, Sony Ericsson's dinky device reckons it offers the best of both worlds, but can it live up to the billing? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S unveiled with 1.4GHz, Video Unlimited

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S unveiled with 1.4GHz, Video Unlimited

Sony Ericsson has unveiled a successor to its Xperia Arc smartphone called the Xperia Arc S that features a faster processor and more entertainment options. This new handset comes running Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread powered by a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and has access to Sony's "Unlimited" brand of video and music services.

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