James Bond cannot possibly use the same gadgets, tools, or automobiles as you and I. It’s just a law of nature.
Looking to make a splash in the US smartphone market, Sony Ericsson is gearing up to release a new superphone that will outmatch Google’s flagship Galaxy Nexus.
Sony Ericsson, we hardly knew ye.
Sony Ericsson, the decade-long joint venture between electronics giant Sony and Swedish telecom company Ericsson, may soon be no more. Sony is reportedly in talks to buy out Ericsson’s share in the venture, according to reports from the Wall Street Journal and Reuters.
Android manufacturers like HTC, LG and Sony Ericsson sure seem excited about Google’s $12.5 billion Motorola Mobility purchase – even though it could mean friction down the line between Google and its Android partners.
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