Lara Croft: Guardian of Light has been released on the Google Play Store after being limited to just Sony Ericsson devices back in 2012. The game is priced at $3.99 with a few in-app purchases.
Sony's Xperia X phones have been boring, overpriced and underwhelming. But there's reason for cautious optimism. Sony, and before it Sony Ericsson, has been part of the Android ecosystem almost since the very beginning. Along the way,...Show More Summary
by S Aadeetya Sony is known for its credibility in the audio space, right from the days of Sony Ericsson phones. The company has mastered its prowess with products that are high on quality which never felt overpriced. When you talk about...Show More Summary
Sony might have been one of the bigger players in the mobile scene back in the day, especially after teaming up with Ericsson for their Sony Ericsson joint venture. However in today’s smartphone market, Sony isn’t quite the juggernaut...Show More Summary
Do you remember back in the late 1990s when mobile phones were all the rage, and Nokia ruled the roost, while the likes of Motorola and Sony Ericsson were jockeying for the rest of the crumbs that fell from the table? There were also...Show More Summary
Ericsson, Sony Mobile and SK Telecom are testing new device and network innovations which should support secure and ubiquitous LTE network connectivity for lower cost, lower power internet of things devices.According to a press release on the Ericsson website, the three conducted lab tests of “key functionalities of LTE device Category 0 and Category M […]
Sony and the James Bond franchise kind of have a special bond, at least that’s how it seems in the past few years. In fact if you recall, in the Quantum of Solace movie, James Bond was found using a Sony Ericsson C902 smartphone, and in Skyfall the character was spotted with the Sony Xperia T. Show More Summary
Sony Mobile, the wholly owned Sony subsidiary formerly known as Sony Ericsson, is going upwardly mobile by teaming up with Japanese robotics firm ZMP to launch a drone company. Aerosense Inc. will launch next month and target enterprise...Show More Summary
Interactive panel discussion on the Internet of Things with panelists including Sony, Samsung, AT&T, Ericsson and the IPSO Alliance. Hosted by Dr Harry Zervos of IDTechEx, and given as part of the IDTechEx event Internet of Things Applications held in Santa Clara on November 20 2014. Show More Summary
After years of relentless litigation, it seems the mobile/smartphone patent war might be drawing to a close. Rockstar, a patent trolling company owned by Apple, Microsoft, Sony, Ericsson, and BlackBerry, has agreed to cancel the lawsuits it had filed against Google and most Android device makers. Show More Summary
And just like that, the Rockstar Consortium's lawsuit campaign against Android is over. The patent holding group (backed by Apple, BlackBerry, Ericsson, Microsoft and Sony) has sold all of its commonly held patents to clearinghouse RPX for $900 milli...
Rockstar Consortium --?the patent holding firm created by Apple, BlackBerry, Ericsson, Microsoft, and Sony to purchase thousands of foundational telecom patents from now-defunct Nortel -- looks set to wind down operations after the partners agreed to sell much of Rockstar's patent portfolio to IP risk mitigation company RPX.
Rockstar Consortium, a patent-holding company headed by Apple, has agreed to sell more than 4,000 mobile patents for about $900 million. Apple and partners Microsoft, BlackBerry, Ericsson, and Sony paid $4.5 billion for more than 6,000 patents from Nortel four years ago in order to help protect against litigation. Show More Summary
Remember the Rockstar Consortium? The group was formed by a handful of tech giants (including Apple, Microsoft, Ericsson and Sony) to buy a treasure trove of patents and promptly sue both Google and some Android partners, which promised one of the...
The Rockstar Consortium, a joint venture owned by Apple, Microsoft, BlackBerry, Ericsson and Sony, settled patent suits it had brought against Google and Cisco.
Quite simply, the new Earin earbuds from former Sony Ericsson and Nokia engineers are the smallest, cordless earbuds on the market. The balanced armature speakers that Earin uses are more commonly found in pro in-ear monitors and hearing aids, so you get the best possible sound out of the small package. Read the rest of the story at: Cordless Wonder: Earin earbuds
Bluetooth earbuds like Dre's new Powerbeats aren't actually "cordless." They still have a cable running from one bud to the other, which puts a limit on just how tidy and inconspicuous they can be. A group of former Sony Ericsson and Nokia engineers...
Flickr's latest app is its best yet, but even that might not be enough to save it. I posted my first-ever selfie on Flickr on July 11, 2004. Taken with the rear camera of a Sony Ericsson T616, the photo was horrendously grainy at a resolution of 288...
Who else had a flip phone back in the early ’00s? Those were the golden days of the Motorola RAZR and Sony Ericsson’s T Series, a time when you actually talked on the phone to your friends, and answering and hanging up was the coolest thing ever. Show More Summary
It's been nearly three years since I reviewed the Xperia Neo, manufactured by what was then Sony Ericsson. The Neo represented just the second generation of Xperia phones running on Android, from a period when Sony was finding its feet in the world...