It would make for the ultimate video watch, but Sony's targeted its new 0.7-inch ECX332A OLED microdisplay at micro four third cameras, providing a crisp, high res view of what's in frame through an electronic viewfinder.
Joergen Geerds, Dan Finkler and Mark Sevenoff got six Sony Ericsson Xperia phones, combined them with a special panoramic mount and then recorded an 360-degree videopanorama of their ride in Moab, Utah, USA. The result is beautiful, especially the Little Planet view.
The title and casting for the new James Bond film, Skyfall, has finally been announced. Enough time has passed so that everyone has forgotten the travesty that was Quantum of Solace, so we're now eagerly looking forward to seeing James Bond back on the big screen, encountering a new threat to world peace and giving it a swift kick to the goolies. One thing we're not excited about, however, are the gadgets.
Today's announcement that Sony is buying out Ericsson's share of its mobile phone joint venture leads to one very big question. What will Sony be like without the guidance of Swedish mobile giant Ericsson?
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.
There's no denying Facebook has a massive user-base -- but you might be surprised to know that Facebook has more gamers than anyone else, as Ethan Beard, Facebook's director of partnerships put so eloquently:
Sony's quad-core PSP update won't be your Christmas present. The gaming giant has announced a Feb 22nd launch for PS Vita in the UK, which will cost £229 for the Wi-Fi model and £279 for the 3G version. [Sony]
Sony has just announced an amazing global product repair scheme, revealing a plan to check a staggering 1.6 million BRAVIA models it's sold over the past four years. Damaged components mean certain BRAVIAs "may overheat and at times ignite".
The 50:50 joint venture, Sony Ericsson, may cease to exist if current rumours turn out to be true. Sony is apparently in talks for a £800 million buy-out of Ericsson's half to bring back Sony-only phones. [Reuters]