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Let's go back a few years to see the worst operating system of all time, Android 3.0 Honeycomb on the Sony Vaio Tablet P
Microsoft has sent out build 15204 out to fast ring Insiders. It only successfully brought up 12 of them, with some of one model getting stuck.
Former Sony offshoot VAIO isn't entirely giving up on smartphones, following last year's beautiful Biz with an identically sleek Android-based Phone A.
A Continuum issue is at blame here as the Japanese company, once with Sony, tries to figure out a fix. No word on when that fix is coming.
It seems like VAIO may have backed out of talks regarding a merger with Toshiba and Fujitsu, the latter two companies no longer looking for an alliance now.
Unless you live in Japan you won't be buying this metal Windows 10 smartphone, but we still wanted to go hands-on for a VAIO Phone Biz video.
Man, Japan gets all the cool stuff; there are currently no plans to bring VAIO Phone Biz sales to the US.
Google gets in deeper with Nexus, Galaxy S7 renders leak, and Turing and Fitbit compete for our lulz on the latest episode of the Pocketnow Weekly podcast!
Following an Android phone and Windows tablet, the non-Sony-owned VAIO has just taken the wraps off a good-looking but Japan-exclusive Windows 10 handheld.
After confirming plans to produce such hardware last fall, we may be about to get our news of the first VAIO Windows 10 Mobile smartphone.
Just because the PC market’s contracting doesn’t mean that competition doesn’t get colder. At least in Japan, it’s actually getting warm enough to the point of a possible three-way merger between the personal computing parts of Toshiba, Fujitsu and VAIO — the latter a spin-off from Sony and resurgent in the high-end market.
The three Japanese companies will hash out details and may have a preliminary agreement within the month. Toshiba, Fujitsu and VAIO’s controlling investor will have approximately equal, if not equal shares in the operation. [...]
And if your socks aren’t knocked off by that price, wait until you see how high it can go. Apparently, that’s the way the former PC division of Sony is kicking off business all by itself. And it’s not afraid to join in the fray with Apple and Microsoft for king of the productivity tablet.
The 12.3-inch Z Canvas is meant for the creative types — VAIO calls out photo editors, illustrators and graphic designers — who need the versatility of a detachable keyboard and the precision of a digitized stylus.
The device itself comes in an aluminum alloy [...]
The VAIO smartphone has been announced for Japan, and, while it is not made by Sony, it sure keeps Sony's rather expensive pricing policy. What do you think?