Tag Archives: sony ericsson
Mon, Nov 22, 2010 | 10:46 GMT
Sony Ericsson CEO Bert Nordberg has seemingly all but confirmed a PSPhone is in the works.
Thu, Aug 12, 2010 | 03:29 BST
Ever felt the need to tell your grandmother who lives in the middle of nowhere about the pious, upstanding life you’ve been leading while also slaying/doing the nasty with the entire Greek pantheon on the same device?
Well, that’s kind of weird. But soon, you’ll be able to.
Wed, Oct 14, 2009 | 11:55 BST
Sony Ericsson’s launched the PS3 compatible Aino, as you can see on the EU PS Blog. It’s a phone, in case you didn’t know.
Stuff it lets you do:
- Turn a PS3 on and off
- Browse and control the XMB user interface
- Access the internet and any DRM free media content saved on the hard drive
- Sign in to the PS3 network and message friends
- Shop for items in the PS3 store
- Watch and record live television using PlayTV
Buy three. Hit the link for full details.
Fri, May 29, 2009 | 10:26 BST
The upcoming Sony Ericsson Aino touch-screen phone allows remote control of PS3 media, including support for recorded PlayTV content if you live in France, Germany, Italy, Spain or the UK, according to this Eurogamer report.
Just like a PSP. No PlayStation branding, though.
There’s a press release here. Looks swish.
Sun, Jan 18, 2009 | 22:17 GMT
A Sony Ericsson petition to create a PlayStation-branded phone was shot down by Sony Corp late last year, MobileToday’s rumouring.
The forever-speculated PlayStation phone was a logical progression after the success of Cyber-shot and Walkman handsets, says the site, but Sony was apparently having none of it: the December decision has supposedly prompted a “fallout” between the two firms.
The story goes on to guess that the move may bring an end to Sony relationship with Ericsson. Maybe not.
Take a look.
Tue, Jan 29, 2008 | 15:33 GMT
Good grief. Shots taken from the latest edition of Stuff appear to show the mythical Sony Ericsson PSP phone in all its glory. How lovely it is. Assuming you find FRANKENDEVICES lovely, that is. Whoever supplied the shots didn’t provide any details, so prizes to the first person to grab a copy of the magazine and do some typing. Providing you can stop laughing and vomiting, obviously.