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Articles tagged with: Ericsson

Sony Ericsson Wilhelmina Concept, First Panoramic Phone?

We’ve heard about the PSP phone that lets you enjoy PS1 games on your phone, the Xperia Play, but this new concept by Sony Ericsson is much, much cooler. It’s called the Sony Ericsson Wilhelmina and it is powered by four cores in a clamshell gaming phone factor.

The gorgeous device looks much nicer than the stereotypical PS Vita. It caries two borderless touchscreens and offers a widescreen view for the player.

Sony Brings Qriocity Video Service To Smartphones

Sony recently introduced an app for Android devices called “Music Unlimited” which allowed Android users to listen to their favorite tracks on Qriocity powered cloud based music service.

Following the same tracks, Sony is planning to bring the Qriocity video service to Sony Ericsson smartphones. However, this service would be initially available on only a number of selected handsets. Currently, Sony plans to launch it only on its Sony Ericsson Xperia smartphones.

Sony Ericsson XperiaTM X10 With Gingerbread

On its blog, Sony stated that although they didn’t originally plan to upgrade their mobile operating system beyond Android 2.1 Eclair, things have changed. They are proud to announce that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 will ship with Google’s Android 2.3, Gingerbread. When will it be on the market? Expected Fall 2011. They claim that they’re upgrading to Android’s latest mobile version due to the wants and needs of their customers. Although this upgrade will come as an excitement to many, be aware that some features…

Sony Ericsson Windows Phone 7 (WP7) Photos Leaked

Rumors abound that Sony Ericsson was secretly developing a Windows Phone 7 based device. Now, we have proof – images of an unknown Sony Ericsson slide-out smartphone prototype running WP7 mobile OS were released by the Chinese blog site Lizhecome.com. While images are grainy, they reveal that the prototype is still in its early stages of development. The site did not provide any news of when it will be released.

AT&T Foundry Centers To Help Mobile App Developers

To all of you mobile developers out there with a great idea and who need access to enterprise-level labs and test centers, AT&T has the space for you. Today the first of three AT&T Foundry Innovation Centers was unveiled in Plano, Texas at the facilities of its partner Alcatel-Lucent, the host-sponsor of the center. A Palo Alto, California center, will open in May, partnering with Ericsson, followed by the the third to open in Tel Aviv, Israel in September, host-sponsored by Amdocs.

AT&T is comparing their idea acceptance process to speed-dating, with developers or teams allowed 15 minutes to present their ideas to a panel of AT&T executives, somewhat similar to what you might see on ABC’s Shark Tank. Execs heard 170 pitches in 2010 and expect to hear 400 this year. Those accepted can either work autonomously via a web portal, use call-in telephone collaboration and support, or have full on-site access to the super high-speed LTE-based networks, labs, and test centers.