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Hate or love their software, their usability, or their distribution model, it's hard to argue that Sony Ericsson (and Ericsson before it) hasn't usually had a keen eye for design. Ed Hardy, on the other hand... well, that's open to debate -- but like it or not, the two world are colliding thanks to

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September 3, 2009 at 12:18AM
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If you're looking to sprinkle just a pinch of Mr. T into your life, there's hardly a better way than to pick up Sony Ericsson's forthcoming Sandy Gold W595. Reportedly, the only thing changing is the color, and Europeans enamored by that can get their jollies next February.

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Looking for a bit of video on Sony Ericsson's W595, are you? If so, you've come to the right place, as Megawhat has hosted up a hands-on clip toying with the fanciful slider. Far and away the reviewer's favorite feature is the easy upload to YouTube once the handset logs a video clip, and admittedl

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There are canceled Sony Ericsson models worth mourning, and then there are others that simply aren't. We'd argue that the W595s falls into the latter category, a one-off version of the W595 that was crafted to Orange's exacting specifications but -- for reasons clear only to Orange and Sony Ericsso

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Happy 3rd birthday mister Walkman phone. To celebrate, Sony Ericsson is getting official with its W902 \"Patti\" (pictured), W595 slider, and W302 candybar Walkman handsets. We knew the celebration was coming with the exception of Patti making a last minute substitution for Alicia. SE's quad-band GSM

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Happy 3rd birthday mister Walkman phone. To celebrate, Sony Ericsson is getting official with its W902 \"Patti\" (pictured), W595 slider, and W302 candybar Walkman handsets. We knew the celebration was coming with the exception of Patti making a last minute substitution for Alicia. SE's quad-band GSM

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The W580 is one of Sony Ericsson's more popular handsets for three very simple reasons: it's cheap, it's reasonably sharp-looking, and it knows its way around a playlist. Problem is, it's getting a little long in the tooth -- and that might just be where this rumored W595 (codenamed \"Linda\") comes

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