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Sony launches a new line of Walkman players, an ugly physical keyboard is now available for the iPhone, and how to make voice calls over Twitter.
Kent German takes a look at the W395, a new Walkman phone announced from Sony Ericsson at GSMA 2009.
The plot thickens on the lost iPhone prototype story: was there a police report? Did police escort Apple employees to a suspect's house and then stand by while those employees searched the place? Did Apple really not have security for its prototypes before the job listings they just posted? But the real question we have for everyone today is this: What is wrong with George Lucas and who will put a stop to his endless "Star Wars" tinkering!?
The birth of the Sony Walkman.
The Sony Ericsson W380a is a respectable, midrange Walkman phone that offers some nifty design touches. But there are better Walkman options out there.
If you want to share your tunes on the go, the Sony Ericsson MPS-60 portable speakers are a perfect accompaniment for a Walkman phone.
Get a look from the CTIA floor at this new Sony Walkman phone that comes equipped with Bluetooth and a 2-megapixel camera.
The Sony Ericsson MPS-70 portable speakers are an ideal accessory for the music-loving Walkman phone owner.
The Sony Ericsson W350a isn't hopeless but it's not our choice for a Walkman phone.
Brian Tong showcases the best Walkman phone we've ever seen from Sony Ericsson.