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WebGL implementation for Xperia™ phones released as open source

In 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!

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  1. By Sunil Simon

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    Innovation is difficult but what matters most to a customer is the care you provide. Sony Ericsson looks to have some ethical problem in their customer service. They stopped providing upgrades to a host of their products (technologic blunders) (just looks to be in greed). I use Sony X-peria X10 mini pro which is a cute phone. But it can`t load anything more than the basic application. Even if you download Google+, the phone storage gets full and it can`t perform the basic function. They just stopped the update support. This happened to me within 6 months of buying the product. Set your basics right before thinking of development. A real shame….

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    […] open source. January 25, Sony Ericsson senior software architect Anders Edenbrandt in the developer channel's website gave a detailed […]

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    […] Sony Ericsson has explained all the requirements for enabling support for WebGL in Android 4.0. If you’re interested, take a look at their blog post. […]

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    […] 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! Bookmark on […]

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    […] As part of our continuing efforts towards openness and knowledge sharing, we are now stepping up our open source activities. For a long time, we have been one of the major contributors to the Android Open Source Project. We’ve also been active in the open developer community where we most notably published an ICS alpha release a couple of months ago. And now, we’re excited to release a couple of new open source projects that are available on our GitHub. As you can see below, we have just now released two very interesting projects as open source: the analysis tool ChkBugReport, and our WebGL implementation for Android™ 4.0. […]

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