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27/11/2012 - Ericsson Mobility Report – Number of Mobile Subscribers, LTE Coverage and Trends
Now at the third edition, Ericsson Mobility Analysis Report, created by one of the greatest players in the telecom market, highlights some interesting aspects of the market in the quarter ended and makes a series of forecasts for the next six years.

14/06/2012 - Sony Xperia acro S – Water and Scratch Resistant Smartphone
Sony Xperia acro S joins the Xperia line of smartphones, coming with a high quality screen and a camera of high performance, housed in a casing that provides protection in using conditions adverse for the conventional electronic equipments.

29/05/2012 - Top 10 Activities of the New Smartphone Users
A recent study by Ericsson ConsumerLab points out 10 of the most common activities of a new smartphone user.

09/01/2012 - LG Optimus 3D and Nokia X7: The Battle Continues!
Apple, HTC and Samsung are very popular brands among users, but LG, Nokia and even Sony Ericsson do not even think to give up the fight to attract customers. In terms of smartphones, some would say that Apple is the benchmark, the most successful competitors being Samsung and HTC. But, as past experience shows, this classification does not remain the same forever.

11/07/2011 - Ericsson: LTE Advanced - Mobile Internet 10 Times Faster
Ericsson chose the Swedish city of Kista to demonstrate the next stage of development of the LTE communications technology, called LTE Advanced, which can provide data transfer speeds over 10 times higher than those currently available of the LTE users.

10/02/2010 - AT&T Selects LTE Equipment Suppliers
AT&T announced the selection of Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson as equipment suppliers for the planned deployment of its LTE mobile broadband network. The company is planning a first field trials of LTE later this year. Commercial deployment is scheduled to begin in 2011.

21/01/2010 - 3 Scandinavia Launches World’s First 84Mbps HSPA Network

Danish and Swedish consumers can look forward to four times faster mobile broadband as operator 3's network speeds leap from 21Mbps to 84Mbps.

03/06/2009 - Sony Ericsson X2 spotted?

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A tipster tells us that the device you're looking at here is Sony Ericsson's codename "Vulcan" -- better known as the X2 -- which would presumably replace the X1 at some point in the next few days, weeks, months, or years. Though the picture's small, you can clearly make out the X Panel button in the lower left of the phone's front and a Windows key in the upper left of the keyboard, which adds a dose of credibility -- the company has, after all, put quite a bit of time and effort into pimping its panel interface SDK, and right now, the X1 is the only device that supports it. The image looks a little rough around the edges, but we can easily chalk that up to this being either a composite mockup or a very early prototype combined with the fact that our tipster seems to have blanked out the surroundings to protect the source. We're not saying it's definitely real, but this certainly looks plausible -- we're just not convinced yet that it looks better than the model it'd replace. Thoughts?

[Thanks, anonymous tipster]

Sony Ericsson X2 spotted? originally appeared on Engadget Mobile on Wed, 03 Jun 2009 11:54:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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03/06/2009 - Sony Ericsson IM920 "Video Viewing Stand" is a microSD to USB adapter... shaped like a stand

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Where we come from, microSD to USB adapters are free pack-ins with our memory cards, and video stands for our phones -- on the ultra-rare occasions that we feel the need for such functionality -- are MacGyvered out of whatever odds and ends we happen to have in the vicinity. It doesn't take a lot of technology to keep a phone from falling over, after all. Alas, Sony Ericsson has stumbled upon a great way to relieve you of a few dollars with its fancily-named IM920 Video Viewing Stand, a product which does nothing more than integrate those two functions into a single 13-cent piece of black plastic. The best part, though, is that it can't even do that well -- it appears from the company's press shot here that you've got to split the "stand" duties between the IM920 and the Satio's port connector. In case you're feeling any uncontrollable desire to burn cash on this finely-crafted gizmo, allow us to help you: it's expected to be available "within 6 months," so you've got some time to cool off.

Sony Ericsson IM920 "Video Viewing Stand" is a microSD to USB adapter... shaped like a stand originally appeared on Engadget Mobile on Wed, 03 Jun 2009 05:15:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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03/06/2009 - Sony Ericsson W995a hands-on

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What exactly does $600 buy you these days? If you're looking at Sony Ericsson and you live in the States, the answer is now this, the Walkman-branded W995a, which we've had a chance to play with in advance of its July 6 date with destiny. Charging $600 for any phone -- much less a non-smartphone -- is a tough proposition to be making (particularly in a not-so-hot economy), but the company seems to be very cognizant of the fact that it's putting this out there strictly for the niche enthusiasts who like their hardware totally uncrippled and without a trace of carrier branding inside or out. We'd even go so far as to say that this'll be a loss leader for them -- it's not designed to make money so much as it's designed to keep Sony Ericsson in the hearts and minds of shoppers, keep folks aware that they've got hot hardware available, and take advantage of those who do buy it to evangelize the brand. Read on!

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Sony Ericsson W995a hands-on originally appeared on Engadget Mobile on Wed, 03 Jun 2009 03:02:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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20/03/2009 - Sony Ericsson says first quarter sales down 50%, $500m loss expected

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Things just aren't going well for Sony Ericsson at the moment: hot on the heels of rumors that Ericsson might be looking to split out, the partnership's cautioning investors that first quarter sales are down some 50 percent. That translates to a loss of between €340 and €390 million, which we're guessing will translate to somewhere around $500 million -- sadly even worse than last quarter, when the outfit lost $247 million. SE blames the poor showing on "weak consumer demand," but we'd say it has more to do with a lineup of phones that always seem to be too little, too late -- let's hope those planned Android phones make an appearance soon.

Sony Ericsson says first quarter sales down 50%, $500m loss expected originally appeared on Engadget Mobile on Fri, 20 Mar 2009 13:39:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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16/02/2009 - Sony Ericsson W995 video hands-on

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So it's not totally clear to us why you'd wait for this thing over a C905 that you could buy today, but once again, that's the confusion behind Sony Ericsson's Cyber-shot / Walkman branding that they're claiming they hope to clear up going forward -- it's just that the W995 isn't really a step in that direction, and we weren't huge fans of the chicklet-sized nav keys up front. That being said, it seems like a fine phone overall -- the display looks crisp and vivid, the interface was relatively snappy, and there's little to complain about having an 8.1 megapixel autofocus cam at your disposal. Click on for a quick shot at the UI in action!

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Sony Ericsson W995 video hands-on originally appeared on Engadget Mobile on Sun, 15 Feb 2009 21:54:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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11/10/2008 - The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1, unboxed at last

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Wow, that was one hell of a wait, wasn't it? Some eight months after its February announcement, X1s are finally available for sale in some parts of the world -- and naturally, any retail availability comes with the distinct possibility of a properly-documented unboxing. The packing materials don't look like they're anything terribly special, but to the Windows Mobile faithful of the world, the contents certainly are. Ain't that black, brushed metal casing awfully purdy?

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10/09/2008 - Date announced for Xperia X1 release

The UK, Germany and Sweden will be the inaugural launch sites for Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X1 when it is released on 30 September.
The Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone will then be rolled out around the world with 32 more countries in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America expected to get the handset by the fourth quarter of the year.

19/07/2008 - Sony Ericsson cuts jobs as demand falls for its smartphones

The world’s fifth-placed handset maker is to shed 2,000 jobs as the company reports a Q2 operating loss of US$3.17 million.
Sony Ericsson a drop in net income from US$347.6million a year ago to US$9.48 million, while sales slumped 9.4 per cent to US$4.4 billion.
The joint venture between Sony and Ericsson AB also forecast further bad news in the third quarter.

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