Sony Ericsson unveils smart phone Video
CNET's Patrick Houston takes a look at the new Sony Ericsson T630, which features still photos, video recording, Bluetooth connectivity and a 65K TFT (thin film transistor) color screen.
Mobile workers are the targeted market for the new Sony Ericsson P910, which features a flip-down QWERTY keyboard. CNET Editor in Chief Patrick Houston checks the strength of its design with Sony Ericsson spokeswoman Suzanne Cross.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes a look at the newly released version of the Sony Vaio W500, which features TV, personal video recording and stereo functions along with a 17-inch display all in one unit.
The first U.S. phone to offer a 1.3-megapixel camera is set for release by Sony Ericsson in time for the holidays. CNET Editor in Chief Patrick Houston asks Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications' Suzanne Cross if the S710a's improved camera functionality comes at the expense of phone quality.
CNET's Patrick Houston looks at the 7200 series Blackberry and asks how Research In Motion plans to compete in the growing market for smart phones.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes a look at the newly updated Zire from Palm, which features more memory and the Palm 5 operating system.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston tests out Sony's new DVD Dual RW Recorder, which lets people transfer their home videos to DVD. The recorder will be available in June for $1,000.
Sony Ericsson unveils a new slider Walkman phone, a nice surprise for the U.S. market. CNET's Kent German takes a first look.
At GSMA 2008, Kent German takes a look at the Sony Ericsson G902, one of Sony Ericsson's newest cybershot phones.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston looks at how Siemens keeps cell phones small by featuring a sliding keyboard design.