Sony is still rolling out the latest Android update to its back catalog of Sony Ericsson handsets.
Last year, the smartphone manufacturer Sony Ericsson managed to make a comeback in the market by switching exclusively to Android.
Despite major structural changes and an exclusive push to the Android OS, Sony Ericsson still posted a significant loss in the fourth quarter.
Sony Ericsson, which has provided one of the most ambitious Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade promises to date, has released more details on the process and when it's set to begin.
Every phone in Sony Ericsson's 2011 "Xperia" line will be getting an update to Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich.
Sony has firmed up a deal to buy out its partner Ericsson in its joint venture in the mobile hardware industry, making it easy to tie in other Sony products and services.
Sony is reportedly thinking about the possibility of buying out Ericsson's stake in its joint mobile phone venture, but not everyone agrees it's a good idea.
Sony Ericsson is hoping its new Walkman-branded phone will be the music equivalent of what its Xperia Play device was supposed to be for gaming.
After sluggish sales, a lack of interest, and lost developer support, there's finally some good news for the fledgling Xperia Play.
After Sony Ericsson said its Xperia Play was in it for the long haul, Verizon has cut the price of the device to just $100.
The Xperia Play, known colloquially as the Playstation Phone, is getting new games.
Next week kicks off one of the biggest video game events in the world.
The saga of Sony hacks continues, this time targeting the company's mobile phone unit.
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play phone has finally been given a US release date.
Microsoft, HTC, Nokia and Sony Ericsson have followed the lead of Amazon in challenging Apple's right to trademark the terms 'App Store' and 'Appstore' in Europe.
So much for a "very early second quarter" release...
Multiple titles have been put up ahead of the Xperia Play launch.
If you're the kind of developer that likes to really tear into the heart of a device, Sony Ericsson has some awesome news.
Mobile customers wanting to get their game on with the unofficially dubbed "Playstation Phone" will have to wait a little longer.
The rest of Sony Ericsson's Xperia line has kind of been brushed aside since the Xperia Play was announced, but make no mistake that they're still on everyone's radar.