Sony has completed its buyout of Sony Ericsson today, and has announced the new company will be known as Sony Mobile Communications. It's the end of an era, so how should Sony Ericsson be remembered?
Sony Ericsson announces a special edition Billabong Xperia Active, but once again it's not all that different to the standard phone. Do manufacturers ever get limited edition phones right?
Mobile World Congress 2012 begins on February 27, and slowly but surely manufacturers are sending out invites to press conferences, where we can expect a variety of new products to be launched.
Nokia has announced it has sold 1.5 billion Series 40 feature phones in total, following the sale of an Asha 303 in Brazil. But does the Asha really count as a feature phone, and if not, do they still really exist?
If reports prove right, this year could see Sony launching at least 11 new smartphones costing between $245 and $722.
Sony Ericsson announce their schedule for upgrading the 2011 range of Xperia smartphones to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The first stage will begin in late March, with all phones being completed by early May.
A new Sony Ericsson "Super Phone" has been leaked via its Bluetooth certification entry, indicating features will include a 4.55-inch touchscreen and a 13-megapixel camera.
Sony Ericsson has released a video showing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in action on an Xperia Arc S, along with an alpha ROM so developers can give the new version a spin themselves.
Now that Sony completely owns the Sony Ericsson phone company it has decided to start phasing out feature phones. This means that Sony will most likely be basing its future on the Android operating system.
Sony will purchase Ericsson's 50 percent stake of the Sony Ericsson mobile phone business for $1.47 billion, the companies announced today.
Sony Ericsson is challenging users to build a monument to...Kristen Shaal. Check out this ad from The Daily Show comedienne.
Rumor has it that Sony may be nearing a deal to buy out Ericsson's half of Sony Ericsson, making it possible to release phones under its own brand.
Sony has unveiled its next generation Walkman music phone. Dubbed the "Live with Walkman," the Android 2.3 phone comes with deep Facebook integration, allowing media sharing.