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Sony Xperia P rolling out Android 4.0 update

Ice Cream Sandwich has been gradually rolling out for Sony’s Android devices throughout the summer, and the company has confirmed that it is now the Xperia P smartphone’s turn to enjoy Android 4.0.

Users can expect the full Android 4.0 experience, including;

- New lock screen
- Updated settings menu
- New multi-tasking controls and more

Sony has added its own touch to the Ice Cream Sandwich with the Walkman, Albums and Movies media apps.

The update is ready for the Xperia P handsets, it will be out for the users over the next few week depending on their carrier and region. When the update is available update message will automatically prompting users to download over Wi-Fi, or through a PC or a Mac.

Sony says that next in line for the Ice Cream Sandwich update are the Xperia U, Xperia Sola and Xperia Go handsets, though there is no date yet for when the update is expected to be released.

Stay tuned for more updates

Via: TechRadar

PlayStation 3 gets YouTube app

The PS3 now has an official Youtube app which should make watching videos on the console much less painful experience. Although you could access YouTube through the PS3 browser, the app comes with an improved instant search. The app also allows you to sign in to your YouTube account, this means that you can look at your subscribed channels.

This app also allows the user to pair their iOS and Android devices to the app, allowing to use your mobile device and table as a remote control instead of using the PS3 controller.

The far easier process means that you can find the video you want on your phone and tap a button to play it on the TV screen.

The free app is currently in the PlayStation Store under ‘My Channels’ in North America.

The app is not currently available in other countries but google are soon going to be bring out the app for the rest of the world.

Stay tuned for more updates.

New images of Sony Xperia T

During the past weeks there have been rumours flying around about the Sony Xperia T which is also known as the Xperia Mint. These rumours are being put to rest as leaked photos of the latest Xperia have emerged.

Bulgarian site Nixanbul unveiled three dozen images of Sony’s smartphone, and detailed the upcoming phone’s specification.

The Xperia T wasn’t expected to make an appearance until Sony’s IFA 2012 press conference. But the images that have been leaked seem to be images of the final retail model of the handset and not the prototype handset.


- 4.6-inch screen with 720p HD resolution (although it has been reported to support a 4.3-inch screen)
- 13 Mega-pixel camera, with 1080p HD video
- 16GB built in storage (with SD slot to expand memory)
- Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor

The Sony IFA press conference is set for August 29, this means only a short time before the Xpera T (Mint) makes its official debut.

Stay tuned for more updates.

Via: TechRadar

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