If you ever plan on uploading prototype pics onto the internet or sending Kotaku secret factory photos, there's one thing you must remember: modern day electronics have reflective surfaces.
If you build it, there's a chance you might meet her. Actress / comedian Kristen Schaal wants you to show her how beautiful Minecraft on the Xperia Play can be. In exchange, you might just get to find out how adorable she is up close.
Kristen Schaal's web ads were the highlight of the launch of the Xperia Play, the device previously referred to as the PlayStation Phone. Sony Ericsson prolongs the magic with a series of outtakes from the actress and comedienne's commercial shoot.
The Xperia Play, Sony Ericsson's first mobile platform making use of the PlayStation Suite, has seen part of its UK release delayed after a telcom provider found several bugs in the phone's software.
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play is more than just a mobile phone. It's a gaming device powerful enough make loveable actress and comedienne Kristen Schaal transform into a dwarf, get possessed by the devil, and play with herself.
After much rumors and one very disturbing commercial, Sony Ericsson today confirmed that the Playstation Phone, which is officially called the Xperia Play, will hit this March on the Verizon Network with 50 games, a 5.0 megapixel camera and a 4-inch multi-touch display.
This creepy little clip is supposed to be the first commercial for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, aka the PlayStation Phone. I'd say we found out what's become of the advertising team behind those PlayStation 3 baby ads.
We've seen the rumored PlayStation Phone in action before. Now watch as a user loads up PlayStation ROMs for Resident Evil 2 and Rage Racer on Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play.
Late last month, photos of a rumored PSP phone surfaced. The prototype looked like a Sony Ericsson cell phone mated with a PSP. Rumors, right? Know what they say, where there's smoke there's fire — with "they" being Sony.
Sony has finally done it. They've mated a Sony Ericsson cell phone with a PSP, spawning this... the PlayStation Phone. Don't call it the PSP2, please. That's something else entirely.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Sony will release a new smart phone "capable of downloading and playing PlayStation games" later this year, as well as a competitor to Apple's iPad that may also play PSone titles.
According to Japan's Nikkei business daily, Sony will next month begin the process of designing a "cellphone-game gear hybrid" which it's hoped will give Apple's iPhone a run for its money.
Sony may not yet be ready to dive in feet first with a PlayStation branded phone, but the new Sony Ericsson Aino brings some of that "gadget to gadget" magic Sony bossman Howard Stringer teased.
Sony refused to allow Sony Ericsson the use of its Playstation brand for a possible Playstation Portable phone during a pitch to the company's board late last year, Mobile Today reports.
Earlier we posted what we thought could be the "PlayStation Phone" — which was more phone than PlayStation. This Sony Ericsson "gaming phone" does not carry the PlayStation brand, which is something many analysts found strange. Elsewhere business site Marketing Weeks writes about the rumored PlayStation phone Sony is…