Sony is buying out Ericsson

The Japanese tech giant is about to spread its mobile wings and fly solo

WSJ has reported that Sony is looking to take over the reins from Ericsson after ten years of mobile device collaboration, in a move in which we’re hoping will provide more synergy between the company’s wide-spread gadget ecosystem.

The Japanese electronics mogul has already shown promise in the Tablet S and its ability to interact with home entertainment devices. And its PlayStation brand has proven that it can play nice with smartphones like the Xperia Play.

Tighter control and increased collaboration between gaming, mobile and entertainment divisions will hopefully result in an Apple-like future for the company in which all of Sony’s products will integrate seamlessly with each other. Here's to the future.


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