Sony Ericsson Joins Google Club
Feb 28, 2006, 8:28 AM by (staff)
Sony Ericsson today announced a partnership with Google to integrate certain Google services with Sony Ericsson phones. Sony Ericsson will be the first to provide a pre-loaded Blogger application on its phones for moblogging, with automatic set-up for consumers who do not already have a personal blog. The company will also place a direct link to Google Search on its phones. Motorola announced a similar Google Search deal last month. The first Sony Ericsson products to offer the new services will be the K610, K800 and K790.
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