Sony Ericsson says it has plan for the Xperia Play regarding future content, especially when it comes to Triple-A game titles. We saw the list of upcoming games for the Xperia Play when GamesCom 2011 started and most of those games were already out.
You may remember last week we reported on a charity auction on eBay for a limited edition Xperia Play that was sporting a Minecraft skin. If you missed out on your chance to spend a ridiculous amount of money on the custom Xperia Play, now you have a chance to win one from Sony Ericsson.
Sense has come a long way since its inception with the HTC Hero and Desire. Sense made these phones usable at a time when Android couldn’t compete with other operating systems. On the surface Sense 3.0 focuses merely aesthetics, but underlying features, apps and functions make us beg to differ.
We already know that OnLive's game streaming service is heading to Android devices soon thanks to their new Universal Controller. Hell we've already planned with it on a Motorola XOOM back during E3 2011. Well there is a rumor floating around GamesCom that the first device to get it is the HTC EVO 4G.
We are not exactly sure on how many of these Mojang plan to sell and as of right now there is only one listed on eBay. What device are we talking about? It is a limited edition Minecraft themed Xperia Play that Mojang is selling on eBay right now and currently has 41 bids on it.
Big news today in the world of Android and mobile devices in general. If you are just waking up and are reading the morning news while drinking some coffee to wake them then you probably run into this story about 50 times already. In case you haven't though, Google has just acquired Motorola Mobile for $12.5 billion.
Our readers in Europe and Asia have one more device to consider when shopping for that new Android phone soon. Called the Samsung Galaxy R, this new phone is packed with a Tegra 2 dual-core chip inside it and comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread when you buy it.
Awesome news for all you Xperia Play owners out there. The nice Pocket PlayStation feature has been reverse-engineered to be able to play ISOs now as well. This, of course, comes from a developer over at XDA and you can thank them shortly.
Gameloft has been working on adding more devices to their list of supported Android phones and tablets regarding their games. The newest one appears to be the dual-core Droid X2 which should make a lot of Droid X2 owners happy now that they can play Gameloft games... well almost.
IndieCade has announced that it has teamed up with LG for a new event at the conference for indie developers interested in developing games that are glasses-free 3D enabled for the LG Thrill 4G. This would also apply to other devices that handle glasses-free 3D as well.
We got this interesting little tip yesterday about a new product by Phonejoy. While they had originally released this product without the dual-analog sticks they have since remodeled, improved and built upon their first product. Now their game controller for Android is a complete set of control you will be familiar with.