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Friday, May 21, 2010

Sony to produce Android mobile devices without Ericsson?

Sony Corporation and Google have announced an alliance that'll see the two companies working together on Android-powered entertainment products. In a statement, the two companies said they were "exploring the joint development of compelling new Android-based hardware products for the home, mobile and personal product categories".

As the first step, Sony will introduce 'Sony Internet TV' – the world's first product to incorporate the forthcoming Google TV platform. The companies also say they "aim to maximize their respective industry-leading technological expertise to deliver products and services that empower users with easy access to compelling content, whenever and wherever they require it".

Howard Stringer, Sony Corporation's Chairman, President and CEO, said "The combination of Sony’s industry-leading product design, engineering and development expertise with the flexibility and growth potential of Google’s innovative, open-source Android platform will provide consumers with a world of new and exciting internet user experiences. Through this alliance, Sony will deliver new levels of connectivity and Internet integration across our range of assets and product categories."

Author: The Fonecast
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