Absolutely No Privacy in Beijing Taxis During Olympics

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The Chinese government promised that international press would be able to cover the 2008 Olympic Games however they like, but that doesn’t mean that the higher-ups aren’t keeping a close eye on every outside visitor. They’re also keeping close tabs on their own people as well. As it turns out, each and every taxi cab […]

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Sneak Peek at Sony Ericsson G705 Slider Phone

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Although the language pack currently being displayed on the leaked unit is clearly not English, these pictures do provide an excellent look at a yet unannounced phone by Sony Ericsson. A slick sliding phone with likely multimedia-minded features, the Sony Ericsson G705 seems to boast an interesting two tone design. The top half is a […]

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Three New Walkman Phones Announced by Sony Ericsson

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It’s a little hard to believe, but the Walkman line of mobile phones from Sony Ericsson has been around for three whole years already. To celebrate this triumphant milestone, Sony Ericsson has officially announced no fewer than three new Walkman phones. Starting from the left, we have the Sony Ericsson W302. The musical candybar comes […]

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Sony Ericsson W902 Walkman Phone Officially Unveiled

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Let the music enjoyment continue! Sony Ericsson is continuing its long line of Walkman success with the introduction of the Sony Ericsson W902. This higher-end candybar, although just announced, has already been reviewed by mobile-review.com. According to the Google translation (the original text is in Russian), the Sony Ericsson W902 has 152MB of internal memory, […]

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Live Look at Sony Ericsson W302 “Feng”

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Cell phone companies are typically pretty creative when it comes to the codenames for their upcoming handsets. HTC is known for calling its phones everything from Hermes to Wizard. RIM is working on the BlackBerry Thunder and Javelin. Sony Ericsson was supposed to bring us Paris, but now it has apparently turned its musical attention […]

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Sony Ericsson W595 Linda Follows in Footsteps of W580

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Sliding its way into the realm of spyshot superstars is the Sony Ericsson W595 Linda. Sony Ericsson has already proven that it has a long pedigree of fantastic music phones and the Linda appears to be no exception. The W595 looks to be the spiritual, if not official successor the W580, a phone that is […]

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Fido Launches Sony Ericsson W380a Flip Phone

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Maybe you’re not at all interested in paying an arm and a leg for an iPhone 3G. Maybe you don’t like touchscreens. Maybe you just like flip phones better. Whatever the case, Fido has alternative for any music phone fans out there. The Sony Ericsson W380a was just added to the Fido lineup and the […]

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Sony Ericsson Paris Gets Canned For Good

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You know, I had high hopes for the Sony Eicsson Paris. By the look of things, the sliding smartphone had a lot of promise. You got a SureType keyboard for texting and email, but you also got the compact footprint of a slider. The design looked pretty sleek and it could have been a good […]

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Sony PSP Phone Coming Next Year, Sans Ericsson Branding

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We’ve been sitting around waiting for a proper gaming phone from Sony Ericsson for quite some time now, especially since they have already concocted a wide variety of handsets that cater to music lovers, shutterbugs, and business users. As it turns out, Sony is reportedly working on a PSP phone and it should be ready […]

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Sony Ericsson Returns to T-Mobile with AWS-Equipped TM506

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It’s been quite a while since we’ve last seen a new Sony Ericsson phone join the ranks of T-Mobile USA, so it’s nice to see that their triumphant return to T-Mo is being accompanied by some high-speed greatness. The Sony Ericsson TM506 is a brightly-colored clamshell that happens to get support for T-Mobile’s AWS (1700MHz) […]

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In-Depth Review of Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 Smartphone

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The Sony XPERIA X1 may be one of the most hotly anticipated Windows Mobile smartphones of the year and the lucky dug at The Boy Genius managed to snag himself a review unit. Having put the slick touchscreen device through its paces for a few days, his overall impression of the XPERIA X1 is quite […]

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Sony Ericsson C905 is Basically a Real Digital Camera

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The lines between what is a camera and what is a phone are really starting to get blurred. Pushing the envelope that much further is the Sony Ericsson C905, the first 8.1 megapixel camera phone from the popular handset-maker. It’s not like the resolution of your snapshots will be the only thing that will astound […]

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Take Pics Affordably with Sony Ericsson S302 Snapshot

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Although the handset is said to boast a premium look, the idea behind the Sony Ericsson S302 is that it can take reasonable camera phone pictures at an affordable price. The S302 ushers in a new line of Cyber-shot phones from Sony Ericsson called the Snapshot series. You can expect cheaper and better camera phones […]

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USB Dongle From Sony Ericsson Does HSPA, Card Reading, GPS Receiving

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Talk about some crazy convergence. Why would you bother with three separate devices hogging up three separate USB ports on your computer when this latest Sony Ericsson offering handles all three of the features mentioned in the title of this post? The primary functionality on the Sony Ericsson MD400 and MD400g is that they act […]

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Sony Ericsson F305, now Motion Gaming-enabled

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Following the popularity of the Nintendo Wii, many companies are including motion sensing in their devices. These devices range from game controllers and laptops, and now to mobile phones. Sony Ericsson’s F305 is the first phone branded with ‘motion gaming’ abilities but that doesn’t warrant you the right to flail your arms around in public […]

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