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The Sony Ericsson Developer World has a P1 to give away and all you need to do to win this puppy is register yourself and submit some UIQ3 code. How will this contest be judged? The contest rules state that your entries must fill existing and urgent gaps in the UIQ3 wiki, show innovative use of th

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July 27, 2007 at 9:21AM
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Well the long wait -- for those that were waiting, that is -- is over, the P1, that we also followed as the P700i has arrived. The price is hovering in the $600 range on eBay, with the Expansys UK price sitting at about $800 after conversion. We've seen it reviewed and are hoping that it will live u

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If you believe everything you read, then the long-rumored Skype for UIQ may well be en route. Sony Ericsson's recently announced P1 may have let the Skype out of the bag with its whitepaper mention of \"Skype – Voice over IP application that lets the user make mobile phone calls over the Intern

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Well, that didn't take long; GSM Arena has already had the opportunity to put the just-announced Sony Ericsson P1 -- or a preproduction version of it, anyway -- through a thorough battery of tests. The good news is that they appear to have concluded that it's the best Sony Ericsson (and likely the

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We thought they might be done after the S500 announcement, but it would appear that Sony Ericsson wanted to torment us with a series of new devices -- none with 3G love for over here, naturally. First off we have the P1 (née the P700i) which is a tri-band Euro-UMTS jobby (that's 2100 MHz) wi

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We thought they might be done after the S500 announcement, but it would appear that Sony Ericsson wanted to torment us with a series of new devices -- none with 3G love for over here, naturally. First off we have the P1 (née the P700i) which is a tri-band Euro-UMTS jobby (that's 2100 MHz) wi

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So apparently the viliv P1 personal media player is doing so well in the US, that the company has already announced plans to release their new model, the P2, Stateside as well. The P2 takes all the P1's multi-codec goodness (MPEG-1/2/4, H.264, DivX, WMV 7/8/9, XviD, MP3, WMA, OGG, AC-3, and WAV), s

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