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Patent wars heat up: Rivals gang up on Google and Samsung

A consortium of tech firms including Microsoft, Apple, Blackberry, Ericsson, and Sony, have teamed up to file a lawsuit against Google and its Android smartphone makers, over the way it matches search terms with relevant advertising.

04/11/2013  |  Full story...

Microsoft sells web TV arm to Ericsson- focuses on Xbox

Telecom equipment maker Ericsson is to buy Microsoft’s Mediaroom, a software tool that lets operators deliver TV over the Internet.

09/04/2013  |  Full story...

Sony pays €1bn for full control of Sony Ericsson

Sony is to pay Ericsson more than €1bn to gain control of the companies' 50-50 joint venture for mobile phones and tablets, Sony Ericsson. LM Ericsson and Sony will now go separate ways, ending a decade-long mobile phone manufacturing partnership. The move will mean mobile maker Sony Ericsson will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony and integrated into Sony's platform of network-connected consumer electronics products, the Japanese company and Swedish wireless equipment firm said.


28/10/2011  |  Full story...

PlayStation phone: Pictures leaked of Sony’s Android games device

Pictures of Sony Ericson’s widely rumoured ‘PlayStation phone’ have been released, confirming speculation that the electronics giant is set to take on Apple in the smartphone market. Speculation that a Sony PSP (Play Station Portable) mobile smartphone was in development have been circulation since early September.

Now the rumours have been confirmed, with a source leaking a prototype of the device to technology news site Engadget. The device features a slide out gamepad (along with PlayStation’s familiar shoulder buttons) and will run on Android’s latest 3.0 Gingerbread software under a standardised PlayStation Skin so to keep the handset in-line with the console's brand design.


01/11/2010  |  Full story...

Sony Ericsson launches PlayNow plus

Sony Ericsson are launching their own version of an all you can eat mobile phone music download service, writes The new service, dubbed PlayNow plus, will go live in Q4 and will be based on the firm's current PlayNow music store. The service includes a social aspect with subscribers able to recommend music to other users. Users will also have access to a free PC music player letting them listen to all their tracks via computer. Finally, subscribers will be allowed to keep up to 300 of their most-played tracks DRM-free once their subscriptions have ended. Sony Ericsson have signed up all four major record labels as part of the deal.
From, 24/09/2008
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