Sony Introducing Native Dualshock 3 Controller Support For Xperia Phones

Sony introducing native DUALSHOCK 3 controller support for Xperia phonesJust yesterday we were talking about increased compatibility and functionality between different Sony devices and now we can soon add another to the list. It appears that Sony Mobile will shortly introduce native support for the DUALSHOCK 3 PlayStation 3 controller. This means full wireless support to play Android/PlayStation Mobile games without the need for a rooted device and additional software.

Rumor : Sony 5-inch Cyber-shot And Walkman Xperia Phones Coming In Q3

Rumor : Sony 5-inch Cyber-shot and Walkman Xperia phones coming in Q3The latest rumor says that three new Xperia handsets are due later in the year.

The first is a 5-inch Cyber-shot Xperia that will sport Carl Zeiss optics and come with a CMOS image sensor . The second is a 5-inch Walkman Xperia that will include an integrated amplifier chip. The third is an iPhone competitor that will come with flagship specs in a smaller form factor. The tipster appears to describe the phones as “parallel flagships” due for launch in the third quarter.

Fujitsu And Nec To Roll Out Tizen Phones

Fujitsu And NEC To Roll Out Tizen PhonesFujitsu and NEC are about to commit themselves to roll out Tizen-powered devices sometime next year – and not in 2013 itself.

Chances are pretty good that Fujitsu alongside NEC will roll out their Tizen-powered devices in Japan first, and judging on the situation, they might then follow up with a worldwide release.

Fujitsu Mobile Phones Boost Diabetic Support Services

Fujitsu Mobile Phones Boost Diabetic Support ServicesFujitsu today announced the addition of a Free Plan to its existing Karada Life Diabetes Support services, which encompass a broad range of services that help diabetics maintain healthy habits and assist them with treatments.

From last year, Karada Life Diabetes Support service began offering a fee-based cloud service that works with a blood glucose monitor paired with Fujitsu-manufactured mobile phones to automatically record and help manage blood glucose data.

Webgl Implementation For Xperia™ Phones Released As Open Source

WebGL implementation for Xperia™ phones released as open sourceIn November, we announced that we were the first phone manufacturer in the world to support WebGL in the native Android web browser on Xperia™ phones. As a next step, we are now very excited to release our WebGL implementation for our coming Xperia™ phones running Android™ 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above as open source. Read more after the jump, as Anders Edenbrandt, Senior Software Architect, explains more!