Tag Archives: Sony Ericsson

The Real Revolution

By | January 10, 2012

This is also a podcast, from my weekly BBC piece.  While folks at the annual tech show in Vegas are getting all excited about a glass-encased laptop, the world’s thinnest 55″ TV and a washing machine you can control from your phone, they may be forgiven for missing the quiet sound of a milestone being crossed: there are… Read More »

Logitech, the Bluetooth Hubster

By | December 12, 2003

I’m still playing with mine, but on the surface Logitech look like they may be the first to fashion a real Bluetooth hub for the PC. The problem has been to develop a dongle, or some other widget, that can easily turn a non-Bluetooth PC into one that can easily recognise and deal with other Bluetooth devices. I’ve… Read More »

News: Security Dangers of Bluetooth

By | November 17, 2003

 A potential loophole in security for Bluetooth phones, which could see strangers hacking into your address books, has been uncovered. BBC reports that researchers have managed to steal information including address books and images from handsets by exploiting shortcomings in Bluetooth security.   Adam Laurie of security firm AL Digital has created programs that run on a laptop… Read More »

News: Sony Ericsson Back In The Game

By | September 3, 2003

  Sony Ericsson, The Register reports, today launched three new handsets, all of them clamshell. The Z600 comes with a built-in digicam, has Bluetooth, is tri-band GSM/GPRS and something I don’t quite understand: “a smaller, secondary unit on the back of the phone”. What is that? I’ve always thought phones should be dismantlable, if there ever was such a… Read More »

Update: A Successor to Sony Ericsson P800?

By | August 13, 2003

 Those of you who admired the Sony Ericsson P800 cellphone/camera/PDA but never got around to buying one, hang on until October. PMN Publications, a mobile newsletter, reports that Sony Ericsson is planning an upgraded version of the P800, featuring an enhanced digital camera, 65,000 colour screen and a slimmer form factor. It will be called either the P810… Read More »