While it hasn't had the same hype as the Xperia S (review), it looks like we'll be getting the Xperia Sola rather quickly in the Australian market, albeit not on a contract.
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When Danny reviewed the Sony Personal 3D Viewer HMZ-T1, the one thing he wished it could do was head tracking for in-game play. With a little persistence, an IR tracker and Kinect, it's possible to do just that.
Sony Music Unlimited, the all-you-can-hear music subscription service that represents Sony's answer to Spotify, MOG, Rhapsody and so on, added a crucial new feature to its Android app on Thursday: the ability to store music on an Android smartphone or tablet so that music fans can play it back without using a Wi-Fi or wireless data connection.
I’m still not sold on 3D, but I’ve almost been hooked when I’ve filmed 3D home movies and watched them on a 3D TV while reviewing products. That personal connection may just be the tipping point for some people to invest in 3D cameras, and Sony’s happy to oblige. The Aussie program is a first and a pretty interesting idea.
It's no secret that early Google TV devices had potential but pretty much bombed. But the renewed enthusiasm we saw from numerous vendors at CES – including LG, Sony and Samsung plus chipmakers Qualcomm and Marvell -- suggests that Google TV 2.0 devices (complete with Android Market access to made-for-TV apps) might finally be worth looking out for.
Ahh, the Tablet P. It’s not a taco. It’s the Android-powered cousin of the 9.5-inch Sony Tablet S. Gizmodo has written a lengthy first-look of the uniquely designed P, but I also spent a little time with it here at CES and captured this video for you. It’ll be upgradable to Ice Cream Sandwich when it arrives worldwide sometime in 2012.
You've seen the US review of the HMZ-T1 Personal 3D Viewer, and now Gizmodo Australia gets a go here at CES. More than that, we just found out that the headset will be available for pre-order "soon".
Sony's 4K projector was first announced last year, but they have the thing on display at CES this year. After getting to zone out in a pitch black room where the projector blasted the new Spider-Man trailer at full resolution on a 182-inch screen, I'm sold on the idea.