Finally, Sony has made a great Android smartphone again
A list of 12 smartphones that pose the highest security and privacy risks to consumers and corporations was released today by a maker of security software.
Sony said Thursday it will acquire Ericsson's 50% share in their Sony Ericsson mobile phone joint venture, turning the company into a subsidiary in January 2012.
Sony Ericsson is launching four new Android 2.3 smartphones on the New Zealand market, and all will be available by the end of October.
Sony Ericsson unveiled the Xperia Ray and Xperia Active, new phones that will come equipped with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, at the CommunicAsia conference in Singapore.
Sony Ericsson announced yet another smartphone for its Xperia range on Saturday, this one designed specifically for users in Japan.
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