Tag Archives: PlayStation

XPERIA brand turns up on PlayStation phone

Sony Ericsson’s upcoming PlayStation phone has been all the Internet rage for months now, with renders, photos, and specs leaked, and just about every other aspect of the device speculated upon and discussed. One point that most seemed to agree on was that the gadget would be part of the XPERIA line, called Play. Today, we have images confirming that. A… Read more

Android PlayStation app to stream music, video

According to Sony Insider, that PlayStation app for Android phones is going to do more than let you see if your PSN buddies are online. No, games aren’t part of the plan but when you’re not staying up to date on PlayStation title releases and comparing trophies, you might be streaming music and video on demand. A lot of the information surrounding this… Read more

More PlayStation phone rumors, now XPERIA Play

We knew that Sony Ericsson’s PlayStation-based Android device would likely see a change in branding from the code name Zeus and agreed upon pre-release moniker, PlayStation Phone, and the new title is the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play, so says Pocket Lint. Their sources also confirm a Mobile World Congress launch in Barcelona this February, though the device… Read more

PlayStation for Android coming soon

Before you go and get too excited, Sony’s new PlayStation app for Android isn’t directly related to playing games on your phone. So then what is it? It’s more of a PSN management tool, along with some news (advertisements) thrown in. “In version 1.0 you’ll be able to: Check out your PlayStation Network trophies and keep up to date with your… Read more

Sony PlayStation’s Zeus Z1 benchmarked

Considering that Sony has been in the business of videogames for a long time with their PlayStation brand of devices and services, you have to figure they know what they’re doing building a phone around them. As you may well already know, the PlayStation Phone, or Zeus Z1 as the prototype is being referred to, is an Android phone, with a slide out… Read more

Video Gtalk icons and PlayStation input info in Gingerbread SDK

Video chat in GTalk and an impending PlayStation phone (the Sony Ericsson Z1) are no secret, just a couple of items on everyone’s “coming soon to Android” checklist. But a few signs of pending release are still nice to see. Andy Rubin already confirmed video chat last night, when he rocked a Honeycomb tablet for all to see. And now, with the public… Read more

Video: Sony Ericsson PlayStation phone, Z1 (PSP)

Don’t expect to see any hi-rez gameplay in the video below, which features some clandestine footage of Sony Ericsson’s ultra-hyped upcoming PlayStation Phone. And don’t expect to see the control panel of the device–now being called the Z1–revealed either. In fact, the video, which was apparently shot in Greece, really doesn’t give us any new information… Read more

PlayStation phone: December 9th

There’s no word on a street date just yet, but it appears as though the PlayStation phone will at least be announced in time for the holidays, on Thursday, December 9th, at 8pm French time. That’s what a purported invitation, found over at nowhereelse.fr says. No further information is revealed in the snapshot. The paper reads: “Pierre Perron and… Read more

Playstation Android buzz isn’t just smoke

In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Sony Ericsson CEO, Bert Nordberg says (regarding the rumors of a Playstation Android phone): “There’s a lot of smoke, and I tell you there must be a fire somewhere…Sony has an extremely strong offering in the gaming market, and that’s very interesting.” In several other arguably coy statements that dodge leak… Read more

More PlayStation phone pics (you can call it Zeus)

Engadget has been all over the story of a PlayStation branded Android phone that will feature its own market for games. They told us that the code name Zeus was in effect when they dropped the first real images of the device, and now we know the title is definitely in use, if only for internal purposes. The phone pictured below is running Android… Read more