Surprise Surprise! Sony Ericsson, which was known for its poor track record in updating its Android handsets to the latest version, has released an alpha Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for a few of its Xperia handsets. This makes Sony Ericsson the second company to release an ‘official’ beta/alpha build of Ice Cream Sandwich [...]

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Thanks to the skin-deep custom Timescape/Mediascape UX used by Sony Ericsson in their 2010 flagship phone, the Xperia X10, the company had a tough time in updating the handset to the latest versions of Android. Thankfully, the company realized its mistake and reduced its custom UX heavily in the 2011 range of Xperia handsets. This [...]

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Carrier IQ, is one of the leading provide of Mobile Service Intelligence Solutions to the Wireless Industry. The app basically provides some ‘telemetry’ to cellular operators and handset manufacturers so that they can improve their network or handsets. However, last week, one XDA developer – TrevE – found out that Carrier IQ is basically logging [...]

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It was quite ironic to see that the Xperia X10 got a semi-working Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich port, but there was not even a development thread for  2011 range of Xperia handsets like the Arc, Arc S, and Xperia Play. Now, FreeXperia, the developers of CM7 for the Sony’s range of Android handsets, have [...]

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Before the advent of the iPhones and Android phones, dumb phones used to rule the market. Back then, Nokia used to be the market leader thanks to their Symbian S60 running handsets, while other manufacturers were selling handsets running either a Java based OS or some variant of Symbian. Sony Ericsson used to sell their [...]

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