Popular Sony Articles for 2014
The successor to one of the best Android tablets of last year sports a faster processor and other tweaks. And did we mention it's waterproof?
Sony presented its first mid-size tablet at IFA: the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact. This is an 8-inch device which boasts a high-resolution display and exceptionally slim and lightweight design.
The first major update for Windows 8.1 is available to download, and it comes with a number of user interface (UI) improvements that tablet users should be aware of.
Sony's follow-up to the Xperia Tablet Z is on the way, and it'll come with some expected spec bumps when it gets here.
Sony's newly-announced Digital Paper will allows users to make notes directly on its large, e-paper screen using a handy stylus which will function as a pen, highlighter, and eraser.
The dust-resistant and waterproof Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet is now available for presale.
One of the best 10-inch Android tablets has a new version, but does the newly-revealed Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet live up to its predecessor?
Sony will soon release a version of the Xperia Z Ultra in Japan that lacks a mobile baseband radio. This means the Android-powered device will not be a cell phone,[...]
Devices like the iPad and Windows 8 tablets are being deployed in school systems around the world as educators have begun to turn learning into a 1:1 technology initiative.
Plenty of tablets will be available this holiday shopping season for low prices. Just be aware, though, that not everything advertised as a special deal is really a bargain.
Sony has deciding to cut its loses and get out of the North American ebook business. Sony Reader's in other regions will not be affected.
With its second-generation Xperia tablet, Sony is taking the same route that a lot of companies do: better, smaller, faster. The upcoming model will have an impressive set of specs,[...]
Verizon is now offering the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet on its 4G network. Unlike other full-size Android tablets, this one is safe to use on the beach, in the bathtub,[...]
Sony's PlayStation Now cloud service might send pre-rendered game footage directly to tablets, as it isn't inherently limited to use on game consoles. Brighthand has more details.
Japanese electronics manufacturer Sony just announced that it will be selling their VAIO PC division. The Japanese company will continue to produce tablets and smartphones. Learn more from NotebookReview.