There may be no slimmer or more stylish Windows Mobile smartphone on the market, and certainly none that run on 3G. However, the comparatively high price tag and lack of a QWERTY keypad or touchscreen could make you look twice at larger, more conventional smartphones.
Typical price: $995.00
Check out this 404 throwback episode from not too long ago featuring our favorite topic of conversation: Chinese people.
As usual, today's Friday episode of The 404 Podcast covers random topics including the next Spider-Man film, a software program that recognizes sarcasm, and our favorite subject: Chinese people.
As usual, today's Friday episode of The 404 Podcast covers a random variety of topics, including the next Spider-man film, a software program that recognizes sarcasm, and our favorite subject: Chinese people.
A typical Sony Ericsson, meaning it's a great handset but won't be winning awards for innovation.
Actually, the enclosure is free (today only, though), but shipping will cost you six bucks. It's a perfect way to turn an upgraded laptop hard drive into a portable USB drive.
It's hands-on time again, this time with the brand spankin' new Sony Ericsson W595 Walkman phone. If you like music and phones, wait 'til you see this slidey new music phone.
Sony Ericsson not only unveiled the slimtastic W902 today, but it also took the lid off two other Walkman handsets: the W595 and the W302. Both will be available toward the end of this year.
The W595 and W302 offer music features but they lack standard headphone jacks.
We're taking a look at the other two new Walkman phones announced by Sony Ericsson today, the W595 slider and the W302 candy-bar