New images of the Sony Xperia J ST26i phone have surfaced from Eprice, a Taiwanese website. The photos show that the upcoming handset will come in three colors: pink, white, and black. Photos of the same handset had been leaked back in May from China. A document attesting to the existence of the device has
Sony has announced a new initiative called “One Sony”. Not to be confused with HTC’s One line of smartphones, Sony’s “One Sony” strategy is about having the same consumer facing message across all of their core technologies and hopefully grabbing consumers across each line. In other words they want to push customers to use a
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to put an Android phone in the microwave for a really long time, fear not, the microwave experts with 30 years of microwaving experience over at the microwaveshow.com have done just that for your viewing pleasure. The crazy mad scientists at the microwave show have microwaved
In one of the fastest merger transactions of the past 12 months, Sony has completed the purchase of Ericsson’s part of Sony Ericsson. With that comes a new name “Sony Mobile Communications”. Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer announced the new name of the mobile unit at a press conference at CES. On Wednesday, Sony Ericsson’s
Sony Corporation today announced that the transaction to purchase Ericsson’s half of Sony Ericsson has been completed. The transaction was completed as of February 15, 2012 Central European Time. As Sony Corporation CEO Sir Howard Stringer revealed at CES in Las Vegas this year, the new division of Sony is called Sony Mobile Communications. Sony
Sony is revamping it’s entire mobile ecosystem. First, as you probably know, Sony is in the process of buying out partner Ericsson to make Sony Ericsson phones a full part of Sony Corporation. The name of the new mobile unit “Sony Mobile Communications”, was announced at Sony’s CES press conference. Sony has also revamped their
Reports starting surfacing yesterday that Sony was considering moving the Playstation Vita operating system to mobile phones. Sony has been steadfast in their support of the Android operating system. While Sony Ericsson Android devices didn’t get the focus and push that Samsung, HTC, Motorola and LG in the United States they are very popular overseas.
Back on October 6th Sony announced that it’s intention to buy out their partner Ericsson in Sony Ericsson mobile phones. Now just a little over three months later the merger has been approved by the European Commission. Sony’s CEO Sir Howard Stringer announced at a press conference at the International Consumer Electronics show that the
Last year at Mobile World Congress then Sony Ericsson CEO Bert Nordberg said that Sony Ericsson was committed to Android. Now, a year later, Sony has decided to buy out Ericsson and we’re not sure if Nordberg will be around for the party. One thing is for sure though, the new Sony Mobile Communications unit
We weren’t sure what to call this device. Should we call it the Sony Ericsson Xperia S, The Sony Xperia S or the Sony Mobile Communications Xperia S, whatever we call it, it’s 12 mega pixels of Android awesomeness. With an enormous 12 mega pixel camera you’re going to need an equally as good display.
If you just got done reading our story on the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S III and it’s 12 megapixel camera, well hold onto your horses because Sony Ericsson is outdoing that camera with a 13 megapixel camera onboard a new Android phone. The best part? It’s headed to AT&T. The Sony Ericsson LT28at is headed
If you’ve ever wondered about how Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Huawei, ZTE and Sony Ericsson come up with names for our beloved Android phones, the link and the answer lay here. Not only that but you can even generate your own name by simply clicking the link above. I got “Sony Ericsson Magic Slide 2
Sonny Ericsson’s rugged Android phone designed for users with an active lifestyle is now available in the U.S. The Sony Xperia Active is now available at Newegg.com and other online retailers, unlocked for use on AT&T and T-Mobile in the United States. The Xperia Active joins the Xperia Neo and other Sony Ericsson handsets that
Sony has said that they plan an aggressive roll out of Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich and their high end Sony Xperia handsets released in 2011. Now we’re seeing an image of a new unreleased Sony Ericsson phone running Ice Cream Sandwich. The image looks to be from some kind of promotional flyer or advertisement