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Wireless service providers continue to fare well despite the recession.
Sony Ericsson yesterday said its PlayNow arena mobile content service will now carry applications
Sony Corp. reported its first annual net loss in 14 years and forecast a bigger loss this year.
Job cuts continue at Sony Ericsson, which plans to slash an additional 2,000 positions after posting a third straight quarterly loss.
Sony Ericsson on Friday warned that it expects to post a first-quarter pretax loss
Sony Ericsson lost nearly $248 million in the fourth quarter and $96.8 million for 2008, the company announced today.
Motorola’s previously disclosed layoffs in its handset division may arrive this week, mobile phone blog PhoneScoop.com reported today.
Mobile user interface specialist UIQ declared bankruptcy, according to wire service report this week.
The Q3 loss that many expected from Sony Ericsson actually turned out to be smaller than projections.
Reports out of Research Park Triangle, N.C., indicate that Sony Ericsson broke the bad news yesterday saying it would be laying off about half of its workforce there.
Companies in the News: Ericsson, LG Electronics, Bharti-Airtel, envIOWorks, Guamcell, Exalt Communications
Sony Ericsson plans to launch its “PlayNow plus” music service with Telenor in Sweden sometime in the fourth quarter.
Zi Corporation is getting a boost from Sony Ericsson – to the tune of an estimated 33% increase in revenues
Sony Ericsson is making good on its word to give developers the keys to Project Capuchin.
Mobile gaming is getting a lot more exciting, but you’ll need to visit the Netherlands if you want to try the latest gadget.
The economy is starting to hurt some handset manufacturers more than others. LG Electronics reported an 84% increase in net profits today, driven by strong sales of handsets.
Sony Ericsson is reportedly in talks to buy Spice Mobile, an Indian handset maker.
Handango scored a big win with Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications. Or is it the other way around?
Sony Ericsson issued a profit warning today, saying that the company “sees continued market challenges impacting sales and profit” in Q2 2008.
Companies in today's briefs include: Motorola, Contec Innovations, Agence France-Presse, BUZmob Mobile Media Network, Sony Ericsson, iQmetrix, Work Software Systems, Speck, iPhone 3G, Brightpoint, Synchronoss, Cellular One of Northeast Pennsylvania, Info Directions, Millennial Media
Sony Ericsson unveiled its new 8.1-megapixel Cyber-shot cameraphone today.
According to the latest report from Gartner, LG overtook Sony Ericsson during the first quarter of 2008 to become the fourth largest handset maker worldwide.
What better to rev up your North American music phone image than to tie in with a hot musical artist and the largest wireless operator?
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communication announced plans to bridge the Abobe Flash Lite and Java ME development platforms. The company is calling the new technology and tools that make the environments compatible Project Capuchin, saying that these new tools will allow “developers to utilize the best attributes of both software stacks to create content-rich mobile applications.”
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