Maria Sharapova Signs 3 Year Endorsement Deal with Samsung

Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova has recently signed a 3 year endorsement contract with Samsung electronics, to promote the company’s smartphone, tablet and TV products. At present, the contract only covers her native Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States,…

Sony Ericsson Drops The Ericsson

Sony Ericsson has been an established name in the cellphone market for years. All of that changes now. Sony announced that the transaction to acquire Ericsson’s 50 percent stake in Sony Ericsson was completed on February 15. This now makes…

Sony, Ericsson Split May Mean Good Things for PlayStation Fans

Sony announced its intent to acquire Ericsson’s share of Sony Ericsson, to make Sony Ericsson a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony. Sony then wants to integrate that into its own platform of network-connected consumer electronic products. PlayStation Network anyone? “This acquisition…

Sony Ericsson CEO Admits Nexus One Snub

As interesting alternate timelines go, the idea of a cell phone having been built by a different company doesn’t exactly rank up there with JFK surviving his trip to Dallas.  Still, the CEO of Sony Ericsson raised more than a few eyebrows by admitting that his company declined the opportunity to manufacture the Nexus One.

Will Apple and Google Have Some Real Smartphone Competition?

Back in November, Sony Ericsson announced its new smartphone the Xperia X10. It has been much anticipated by mobile enthusiasts, and is expected to give other popular phones (like the iPhone) some interesting competition.

At the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Sony Ericsson was of course demonstrating this device, and WebProNews dropped by the company’s booth to check it out first-hand. Check that out in the following clip.