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Sony Ericsson teases HD cameraphone for CES

CES doesn't start for almost a week, but you wouldn't know that from a casual glance at the tech news today. Not content with whetting our appetites with real-life hardware at the show, Sony Ericsson released the teaser image below just to get our nerdy hands twitching. You can bet your bonnet we'll be seeing whatever this thing is in Las Vegas.

Sony Ericsson announces “something big is coming” next week

So it looks like Sony Ericsson, soon to be Sony is gearing up for some exciting news at CES. Stating today on multiple social network sites that they have "interesting news" and that "something big is coming" sometime next week. Obviously this will most likely be their next flagship phone, but we can't say for sure.

Sony offering free Movies and 90 days of Music Unlimited for new Xperia owners

If you've recently picked up a new Sony Ericsson Xperia smartphone lately or were lucky enough to receive one for Christmas then we have some good new for you. Sony has kindly started offering a new little package for Xperia owners that will allow users 5 free blockbuster movie downloads and access to their Music Unlimited service for free for 90 days. It's nothing huge like the 50GB of Box.net service but free stuff is always good right?

OnLive update plays nice with Xperia Play game pad

Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play seems tailor made for online streaming service OnLive: it's small, portable, with a wide screen and - most importantly - a built-in PlayStation-style game pad. These facts may have perturbed owners who tried out OnLive's new Android app, since it defaulted to its touchscreen interface even on the specialized hardware. That minor oversight has been fixed, as PocketGamer reports that the Android app has been updated to support the buttons on the Xperia Play's slide-out keyboard.

Sony Ericsson LT28at 4G LTE 4.55″ 720p phone leaked with 13 megapixel camera

It appears that SONY really is going all in with Android because the details of this latest leaked phone sound extremely nice. This 4.55" 1280 x 720p reality display packing smartphone is headed for AT&T with an awesome display and an equally impressive camera to snap some high quality beautiful photos. Leaked as the LT28at this phone could very well be their next flagship device and seen at CES 2012 coming up shortly. More details and photo samples below.

Sony Ericcson schedules ICS updates for March and April 2012

Wondering when your shiny XPERIA phone will get a new lease on life thanks to Ice Cream Sandwich? If Sony Ericsson's corporate blog is to be believed, it could be as soon as... March. The company said that the Xperia arc S, neo V and ray (the capitalization handicapped models) would be getting the first updates, while the arc, Play, neo, mini, pro, mini pro, and active models would follow in April and May.

Sony challenges street photographers to make art with the Xperia ray

Smartphone cameras are getting better all the time, and in situations with plenty of light and space, they can catch some genuinely stunning images. Sony is out to prove the worth of the tiny optics found in the Xperia ray with the help of five prominent street photographers. The company set them loose on an unsuspecting London with smartphones and no direction.

Alpha ROM for Android ICS on Xperia smartphones available

If you are, the owner of certain Sony Ericsson Xperia Android smartphones that can’t wait to get Android 4.0 ICS onto your device the alpha ROM is available right now. There are multiple catches to this ROM that you need to be aware of before you run over and download it to try ICS out. The ROM will work only with the arc S, neo V and Xperia ray smartphones and brings the device to Android 4.0.1.

Sony Ericsson and Box give Xperia owners 50GB of storage

Sony Ericsson has announced that it has teamed up with cloud storage provider Box. The partnership will give users of Xperia branded smartphones access to 50GB of file sharing and storage free. That free storage can be used to store all the digital files you need including photos, music, and video. The free storage is accessed with the Box for Android app.

New Sony Ericsson Nozomi photos ooze style

Say what you will about Sony Ericsson's current lineup of Android phones, but the Nozomi (AKA the Arc HD) is a looker no matter how you break it down. A tipster delivered a new set of leaked photos to GSMArena, showing off the high-end handset's sharp corners and chrome accents. This is the first we've seen of the phone's back, and while it's a little thicker than we'd like, there's just no denying the appeal of the slate.
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