Mazda had originally planned for its diesel-powered sedan to hit showrooms in North America by the end of the year, but now American buyers will have to wait until April 2014.
While Sony’s Xperia Z is still making headlines, it seems the company is already thinking ahead about what will replace the flagship device. We’ve heard rumors and have seen leaks of the so-called Xperia i1 “Honami”, which looks to be a worthy successor to the Xperia Z from what we’ve seen, and Sony Korea’s CEO thinks such a device will launch later this year.
We never know whether to trust what members of Sony Mobile’s social media team say when it comes to firmware updates. Case in point, a few weeks back Sony Mobile Germany hinted that the Xperia S Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware update would be out by the end of March. However, more recently they are now talking of a vague Q2 launch.
"I felt a very mild strain in my neck and that caused the stiffness," Darvish said in a statement released by the team. "If this was a regular-season game I would start. However, since it is a Spring Training game, this is just precautionary on my part."
Despite the PlayStation Vita getting a recent price cut in its home country of Japan, Sony says it isn't getting a similar price adjustment in North America. The Vita recently dropped from 30,000 yen (3G) and 25,000 yen (WiFi-only) to 19,980 yen, but Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida tells Joystiq that that same price drop won't happen in the US.