The Sony Ericsson Vivaz Symbian feature phone just popped up on Vodafone’s website with a UK launch date. And wouldn’t you know it? Its older brother, the Sony Ericsson Satio, is now “Sold out“. Read on to find out when the succession takes place.
Sony Ericsson has been relatively quiet at CES 2010 but shots of a follow-up to the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 have emerged. The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini is apparently code-named “Robyn”. Read on for what we have so far…
2009 has seems some stunners slide out from the gadget vaults of the world’s biggest tech players. Yet for every HTC Hero, there’s a Toshiba TG01. So, ladies and gents here’s our definitive round up of the most disappointing gadgets of the year. If they failed to live up to the hype or their software couldn’t hack the pace, they’re all here.
UPDATE: Sony Ericsson has been in touch to tell us the Aino is still on sale, although it acknowledges there are software issues affecting its touchscreen performance. Sony Ericsson’s full statement is below. If you’ve had any problems with the Aino, let us know in the comments section below.
“Sony Ericsson in the UK confirms that it is aware of a reported software issue regarding the Aino handset and using the touchscreen interface in particular. We are working as quickly as we can to solve it. Aino is still on sale in the UK and this issue affects only a very small number of handsets.”
Monday mornings might not be the best of times, but we’ve got just what the doctor ordered to pick you up: a dose of all the latest gadget news, boiled down and condensed into one spoonful. Read on for your techie breakie!
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