The tablet revolution is well underway, and it won’t be long before we’re all saying things like: “Is that your tablet or my tablet?” and “Oh, I appear to have sat on your tablet and broke it. Here – have my spare one”.
In case you weren’t already aware, it’s Valentine’s Day tomorrow. The day when lovers of all ages, shapes and sizes come together and express their undying devotion to each other with the exchanging of gifts and maybe a kiss.
Craving a taste of Google's latest Android iteration and running a Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S, Neo V or Ray? This is your lucky day -- SE has made an alpha build of the Ice Cream Sandwich update it's working on available for your early upgrading pleasure.
Sony Ericsson maybe going Sony-only from mid-2012, but the doomed partnership has one last phone up its sleeve and it's been photographed again -- this time with the screen on, and showing its true colours.
In its Gingerbread update last month, Sony Ericsson sneaked in some WebGL support. That means that any of its current 2011 line up, including the Xperia Arc, can now take advantage of WebGL graphics directly in their browsers without plugins.
Sony-only phones are coming back. The Japanese electronics giant has announced that it will acquire Ericsson's share of Sony Ericsson partnership bringing it into the Sony 'platform of network-connected' products.