Sony will be unveiling something new in its mobile division next week.
Despite major structural changes and an exclusive push to the Android OS, Sony Ericsson still posted a significant loss in the fourth quarter.
Every phone in Sony Ericsson's 2011 "Xperia" line will be getting an update to Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich.
Sony Ericsson is hoping its new Walkman-branded phone will be the music equivalent of what its Xperia Play device was supposed to be for gaming.
After sluggish sales, a lack of interest, and lost developer support, there's finally some good news for the fledgling Xperia Play.
After Sony Ericsson said its Xperia Play was in it for the long haul, Verizon has cut the price of the device to just $100.
The Xperia Play, known colloquially as the Playstation Phone, is getting new games.
Next week kicks off one of the biggest video game events in the world.
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play phone has finally been given a US release date.
So much for a "very early second quarter" release...
Multiple titles have been put up ahead of the Xperia Play launch.
If you're the kind of developer that likes to really tear into the heart of a device, Sony Ericsson has some awesome news.
Mobile customers wanting to get their game on with the unofficially dubbed "Playstation Phone" will have to wait a little longer.
Yes, the talented PS3 hacker known as GeoHot is currently vacationing in South America. However, contrary to what Sony wants you to believe, Hotz is just simply enjoying spring break.
I finally got my hands on Sony Ericsson's upcoming "PlayStation Phone," the Xperia Play, and after a solid play session I am hooked.
If you were dying to get your hands on a new Xperia Play phone from Sony Ericsson, the device many are simply calling the "Playstation phone," but don't have or want Verizon's expensive service? Good news - it will be coming to other carriers.
If you were excited about the Xperia Play's ability to run classic PS One downloadable games, there's a bit of a disappointment - you'll have to repurchase any games that you already bought.
Although its most recently announced phone is called Neo, it's not "the one" most people are paying attention to at this week's Mobile World Congress, as the unofficially-named "PlayStation phone" is on mass display for the first time.
The elusive Sony PlayStation Phone - henceforth known as the "Xperia Play" - has finally been captured and reviewed.