SONY XPERIA TABLET Z Posts on XDA

XDA Tablet Z Development Competition Voting is Live!

Back in June, we announced the start of a unique competition here at XDA involving the latest high end tablet from Sony. And in early July, we announced the Stage 1 winners. What was to follow was a month of intense development from the 10 winners, 9 of whom are listed below (in random order)....

XDA Tablet Z Competition Winners Announced!

If you have been living under a rock, XDA has been running an amazing contest the past two weeks involving the latest tablet to hit the market, the Sony Xperia Tablet Z. After almost 100 entries, the judges were able to narrow it down to the following 10 winners (in no particular order) along with...

XDA Tablet Z Development Competition

Everyone loves a good competition; there's no denying it. Generally, we don't just give away devices for the sake of giving them away. Sure it drives traffic, but that traffic usually ends up going away until the next giveaway. Wash. Rinse. Repeat. We would rather showcase the amazing work done by the developers on XDA...

Forums Added for the LG Optimus G Pro and Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Not too long ago, we talked about how Sony was continuing its AOSP efforts on the Sony Xperia Tablet Z. Now, we have given the device its place in our forums. For the uninitiated, the Xperia Tablet Z is Sony's most recent flagship tablet. It features a 10.1" 1920x1200 LCD, equating to approximately 224 ppi....

Sony Releases AOSP Code for Xperia Tablet Z, New HttpClient Android Tutorial Available – XDA Developer TV

Sony continues its AOSP initiative by releasing it on the Sony Xperia Tablet Z. That and more are covered by Jordan, as he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week's news is a tutorial on using HttpClient to upload and download with your App. And in related news, there is an article...

Sony Continues AOSP Initiative on the Tablet Z

Sometimes, you can harp on a subject so much that you end up beating a dead horse. In our eyes, this is not one of those instances. Enough can't be said for companies that take Open Source seriously, as well as their responsibility to contribute back to the very community that helps to boost adoption rates...