I have a Sony Cyber-shot P150. It is about eight years old, and I cannot seem to get my pictures downloaded to my iPad from the camera. The memory sticks are not compatible with the SD card reader, so I’m relying on the USB connection, but it gives the following error when trying to connect: “Cannot use the device. The connected device is not supported.” Is there an easy way to download these pictures, or is the camera simply too old?
It seems like only yesterday that we were reporting that Apple had secured two of the four major music labels for its cloud music service -- and it was! Only 24 hours later, it appears that Sony makes three, with the lone holdout also close to a deal.
If the current crop of Android-based tablets have been unable to dethrone the iPad, perhaps Sony will succeed where others have failed. That’s the logic behind a pair of tablets launched at a media event in Japan overnight, although you’ll have to wait for the leaves to start falling to get one.
Perhaps the above could be one of the reasons we may see a later than usual release of the next generation of the iPhone? During an interview with The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg, Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer may have subtly given away plans for an eight-megapixel camera in the iPhone 5.
I have a Sony Cyber-shot camera, an iPad, and the iPad Camera Connection Kit. But when I plug my memory card into the Camera Connection Kit, nothing happens. I don’t understand -- the memory card is smaller than the space provided on the Camera Connection Kit. Help!
We got our hands on a Verizon iPhone this week, boy did we, and we put it through its paces, but good. And that's not all that happened this week and you know what else we did? Yes, you do. We rounded up all the news you're just dying to know about just in case you missed it.