Mark Zuckerberg Explains How He Plans to Get the Whole World Online

Having teamed up with Samsung, Nokia, Qualcomm and Ericsson, Mark Zuckerberg has plans to make the Internet available to the entire world (of course he does). If you were in any doubt about how Internet.org plans to do that, you should watch this video interview from CNN's New Day show. » 8/21/13 8:31am 8/21/13 8:31am

If the Xperia X10 Partners Up, It'll Be With AT&T

Anyone hoping to see the Sony Ericsson X10 on T-Mobile, look away now or you'll be sorely disappointed. Phandroid noticed that the American version of the X10 won't support the necessary frequencies to connect to T-Mobile's network. » 11/21/09 6:00pm 11/21/09 6:00pm

Ericsson's Spider PC Concept Projects the Keyboard and Screen

Over at the Taiwan Broadband show, Ericsson's vision for the portable computer of 2020 uses a pico-projected screen and laser-projected keyboard. And though they've got a rough prototype (pictured), they imagine it ultimately squeezing into this bizarre spider-leg tripod design: » 10/29/09 10:30am 10/29/09 10:30am

Sir Howard Stringer Is Sony Ericsson's New Chairman of the Board

Howard Stringer hasn't managed to tame the 1000-armed octopus that is Sony just yet, but we like the man's way of thinking. And being named Sony Ericsson's new Chairmen of the Board (starting October 15th) certainly can't hurt the Ericsson end of things. Neither can Sony Ericsson's new chief. [Sony Ericsson] » 8/17/09 11:37am 8/17/09 11:37am

Sony Ericsson Claims PlayStation Phone "Could Happen"

It may or may not be wishful thinking on the part of a struggling company, but Sony Ericsson president Hideki Komiyama claims that a PlayStation phone, similar to the existing Walkman and Cybershot phones, "could happen". [FT via Kotaku] » 5/08/09 10:47am 5/08/09 10:47am