Mobile World Congress (MWC) and International CTIA Wireless are unarguably the world’s largest mobile industry shows today. It’s Day 2 of MWC and big news from mobile’s heavyweights are capturing headlines across the tech world. To read about the industry leaders stealing the show, see below!
“The two phones have been ‘built to be entirely social,’ according to the press release. The devices, which run on Google’s Android operating system, come with a ‘context-aware’ Facebook button that lights up when it recognizes the opportunity to share content on Facebook. Users can share photos, websites, music, check-ins to different locations, status updates, and other options with one click.“
“The Xperia Play is an Android phone where the slide-out keyboard has been replaced by slide-out PlayStation controls for easy gaming. Yesterday, Sony announced the Xperia Play would be available sometime this spring worldwide; in the U.S. it will be carried on Verizon. Some 50 games, many of them classics from the PlayStation One, will be ready at launch, according to Sony Ericcson. You’ll be able to buy them through a virtual PlayStation store, accessed via the Android Marketplace.“