Sony Ericsson laid to rest as buyout is finally completed

Sony's buyout of the Sony Ericsson brand has finally been completed, signalling the end of the Sony/Ericsson partnership as Sony move towards making smartphones with their own, sole branding. First announced back in October, the deal is estimated to have…

Sony Xperia Kumquat breaks cover ahead of MWC 2012

Sony's Xperia Kumquat handset has popped up online once again, this time showing itself far more clearly than the blurry leaks that preceded it. With a similar bright-strip notifications bar to the Xperia S, the Kumquat is said to…

Sony smartphone leaks pour in ahead of MWC 2012

It's raining Sony smartphone leaks on the net today, as a trio of handsets from the tech giant have broke cover ahead of their big MWC 2012 reveal. The leak reveals that at least two Android phones and maybe even…

CES 2012: Sony SmartWatch makes Android wrist-friendly

Almost lost amongst the hubbub surrounding Sony's smartphone and TV launches at CES was an exciting little product for Android smartphone owners. The SmartWatch is a wearable Bluetooth 3.0 device that, like a watch, sits on your wrist but has…

Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc HD snaps appear online

Sony Ericsson's next major smartphone release, the Xperia Arc HD, has appeared online in a series of nice and clear spyshots, along with an updated rumoured spec sheet. Previously codenamed the "Nozmoi", the handset is said to be sporting…

Sony Ericsson creating a Xperia Arc HD?

After news broke last week about Sony buying out its former mobile phone partner Ericsson for around $1.5 billion it seems that they have wasted no time in developing a new handset to hit the ground running on their…

Sony and Ericsson get a divorce

It lasted ten years but now it's over: Sony and Ericsson are breaking up their Sony will keep the mobile operations, paying Ericsson $1.5 billion in cash for its share. The move means Sony will get some of Ericsson's…

Sony to buy Ericsson out of mobile joint venture?

Sony are said to be nearing a deal which would see them buy out their mobile phone partners Ericsson for over $1 billion. The 50:50 joint venture that led to the Sony Ericsson brand ten years ago would come to…

IFA 2011 VIDEO: Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S smartphone

Sony Ericsson took to IFA 2011 with their fastest Xperia handset yet, the Arc S. Running off a 1.4GHz processor, the Xperia Arc S features 512MB RAM, Sony's Mobile Bravia Engine, Android OS 2.3 Gingerbread, microSDHC card support, a…

Sony Ericsson adds upgraded Xperia – the Xperia arc S

Sony Ericsson has unveiled the Xperia arc S, which it is billing as the fastest and most entertaining Xperia phone to date. It has a 4.2 inch 4.2" Reality display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine, runs the latest Android platform Gingerbread…