Sony Ericsson is dead; Long live Sony Mobile Communications

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We've been waiting months to break out the traditional proclamation!

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Xperia PLAY scores EA SPORTS FIFA 12 as exclusive

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The Sony Ericsson gets yet another exclusive game today as EA Sports brings FIFA 12 to the Xperia PLAY.  Using gameplay optimized specifically for the “Playstation Phone”, players can have the ability to play quick matches, daily challenges, or even get involved in cup tournament. ...

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SE Xperia ST25i & LT28AT spotted on Picasa, taking pictures in the office?

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Spotted in a Picasa album, the Sony Ericsson LT28AT and ST25i are raising a few questions as to what SE is up to..

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Sony Ericsson Reports Q1 Results, Looks to New Xperia Handsets for Rebound

Sony Ericsson’s first quarter results are in and they appear to be a mixed bag for the conglomerate.  With them putting more focus on smart phones and less on feature phones, overall sales have dropped (-19%) a bit.  With a 23% decrease as compared to same time last year, shipments were ...

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Rumor: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 to add Multi-Touch, 2.1

Don’t start holding your breath just yet but it seems like the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 might get a much-needed boost later this year.  Two of the biggest gripes about the handset, Android 1.6 and lack of multi-touch, could be addressed by updates in the second half of 2010.  These two ...

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New Pictures of Sony Ericsson “Rachael”

The guys over at Boy Genius Report were tipped to some new pictures of the recently leaked “Rachael” handset.  Presumed to be the first Android handset to come from Sony Ericsson, it’s rumored to have a Snapdragon processor inside as well as an 8MP camera, and 3D graphics. ...

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Android Around the World: Orange France to Offer at Least 6 Android Phones in ’09

Orange France plans to have at least 6 Android devices from five handset manufacturers, including Motorola, Samsung, LG, and Sony Ericsson.  Oh yeah, we can’t forget HTC’s G1!  All five phone makers are members of the Open Handset Alliance.    

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