Sony doesn't release too many smartphones on US carriers, but T-Mobile has a real winner here with the Z3. Matthew not only tested one out, he bought his own and put aside the iPhone 6 Plus.
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The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has announced the release of its next generation USB Type-C specification, delivering a reversible cable and connector system to the market almost two years after Apple did the same with its proprietary Lightning cable.
Apple has launched an exchange programme covering 37 countries, for an adaptor that came with iPhone 3GS, 4 and 4S.
According to reports, Sony is revamping part procurement to take on the biggest names in mobile device development.
Europe wants all phones in the region to comply with a common charging standard, as Apple remains the lone wolf to not adopt the micro-USB port. But is Apple falling behind, or in fact setting the future trend?
Apple is offering authentic USB iOS adapters at half price for customers that bring in old, non-official ones.
The console-gaming market is at a major inflection point, but this week Apple was more interested in design geekery than mounting a challenge against Sony and Microsoft in that multi-billion dollar industry. Apple has all the ducks lined up – so why did it just blow its biggest-ever gaming opportunity?
The South Korean electronics giant leapfrogs Nokia and Sony, to take the top spot ahead of Apple in eBay's census of online shoppers.
As the PC industry continues to stagnate, rumors suggest that Intel is preparing to make an assault on the living room, going head-to-head against the likes of Apple, Microsoft, and Sony.
Asian vendors dominate the global smartphone market, with Sony and HTC taking third and fourth ranks behind market leaders Samsung, which topped the list again, and Apple.
micro USB is the standard for most smartphones, ebook readers, and other small devices, but Apple likes to play its own game. Thankfully, there is a new adapter to turn all those micro USB cables into Lightning cables.
A survey suggests that consumers are not as interested in the iPad mini, and that consumers want features such as USB ports that Apple traditionally has never included on the iPhone or iPad.
The Apple vs. Samsung lawsuit documents have a lot of Sony Style references. Why? Apple, Samsung and Sony are all chasing the same vertical integration strategy.
Apple addressed a bug in its new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air hardware that can lead to increased power consumption and a corresponding drop in battery life. It also fixes a bug causing some USB devices to freeze and/or slow the machines and interfere with Wi-Fi.
As expected, Sony and Panasonic have agreed to partner up to take on Samsung --- and likely Apple --- as the OLED television industry sets its sights on a shift away from LCD technology.
I assumed that the smaller charging port on the bottom of recent iPhone 5 leaks was a Micro USB port but Apple might not dump its lucrative licensing business so quickly after all.
Forrester CEO George Colony argued that Apple is going to turn out a lot like Sony — a consumer electronics juggernaut that has lost its way and turned out to be a complete mess.
Forrester CEO George Colony argues that Apple will lose its way like Sony did. Colony's argument revolves around charisma, but he misses a few key competitive advantages.
A hacker alleges he has compromised the e-mail addresses and passwords belonging to 20 companies. The passwords are hashed though: is this a legitimate hack or just a hoax?
Hacker George Hotz, also known as geohot, was recently arrested, but it wasn't for anything to do with the Apple iPhone or the Sony PlayStation 3. It had something to do marijuana. Geopot?
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