Yesterday Sony Ericsson invited us to check out its new handsets, including the Sony Ericsson C905 -- which features a whopping 8.1-megapixel camera
Sony Ericsson put Eye Toy-like motion sensor tech and a handful of compatible games in the F305, turning the humble mobile phone into a pocket-sized Wii.
The phone's novel factor could reel in the curious. But beyond that, been there, done that.
Sony Ericsson put our worried minds to rest on Wednesday, finally announcing that its concept phone Idou is to be released and renamed to Satio. At the same event, the company announced two new handsets for the second half of 2009, a gesture-controlled gaming phone and a slider that can control and access media on your PS3 remotely.
Crave gives you the details on recent cell phone filings with the FCC.
If you want to geotag your pics so that you can show off all your drunken nights spent in Shoreditch, then the Sony Ericsson C702 might be the phone for you
One of them, the C905, boats an 8.1-megapixel camera.
You might be excited about the 8-megapixel Sony Ericsson C905, but you're going to have to wait months to buy one. In the meantime there's always the Sony Ericsson C902
Motorola's new Rokr E8 music phone landed with a thud on our desks this week, and we've had a chance to tickle it in the right places and take it home for the night
The 404 guys are back along with their trusty sidekick "The Artist formerly known as MTI". On this good Monday morning, they wax poetic about "Crappening" movies they saw this weekend along with a little "Hulk Smash!" Apparently, the Wii Fit actually ma