Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Xperia Z Ultra Price in Hong Kong ,Malaysia for HK$ 6,198(£524, €603, $799)

The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is now in stock in a couple of more regions. The HSPA+ version (C6802) is available in Hong Kong for HK$ 6,198(£524, €603, $799) in both black and white, the purple version will arrive later.
Xperia Z Ultra

The handset is also available in select Sony Stores in Malaysia for RM 2,299 (£468, €537, $713). Once again both black and white models are available. The handset will also shortly go on saleonline. Lastly, the Xperia Z Ultra has now gone on pre-order in Vietnam for VND 17,990,000.00 (£557, €639, $849).

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Bus Simulator 3D v1.1 Game For Xperia Devices

Enjoy driving your on big vehicles by trying this Bus Driving game, Smooth controls, realistic vehicle physics and challenging gameplay. Try to be the best Bus Driver in world with the Bus Simulator 3D Game. Bus Simulator 3D is the first free bus Driving game for Android Devices,  try out the Bus Simulator 3D, The best between the Bus Driving Games.

From Google Play:Click here
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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Google makes Android 4.3 official, intros Bluetooth Low Energy support and Restricted Profiles

Google has formally unveiled the latest update to its Android software in the form of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Yes, Google is continuing its Jelly Bean strand, so we’ll have to wait a bit longer for those wanting Key Lime Pie or its equivalent. This is not surprising given all of the Android 4.3 leaks we had seen up until now.

Most of the big changes in Android 4.3 are under the hood. Google has introduced a number of performance enhancements including OpenGL ES 3.0 extension support. A big new addition in Android 4.3 is platform support for Bluetooth Smart technology, allowing connectivity for small, low-powered Bluetooth 4.0 devices and sensors. 

With the new API, apps will also now be able to access and interact with the stream of status bar notifications as they are posted. The Android 4.3 update is currently rolling out to Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ devices globally. As to when we’ll see it appear on Sony Xperia devices is anyone’s guess.

Source:xperiablog Via Android Developers Blog and Android Developers.