e series

Nokia E73 comes to T-Mobile

I love the Nokia E-series. It’s like a Blackberry for folks who might not want a Blackberry and they’re very durable and useful. Symbian? Eh. Not so much, but Nokia makes a good phone. Any

E-series: Sony's new walkman looks like a USB candy bar

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/sony_walkman2-620x758.jpg" /> <a href="http://www.sony.jp/CorporateCruise/Press/200904/09-0421/">Sony in Japan has announced the Walkman

Dell making big announcement today

Today in San Francisco, Dell will unveil the “next generation of mobility products with mind-blowing designs and exciting new features.” Our man Brian Krepshaw aka Kreppie will be on the s

Nokia, Devicescape to make mobile Wi-Fi easier

If you’ve used a Nokia phone with integrated Wi-Fi, you know that getting connected to a hotspot isn’t the most pain-free of things to do. There are a few steps to take to connect to even

Sony E Series Walkman DAPs: Like USB Drives That Play Music

Sony’s got a new line of diminutive Walkman-branded DAPs coming out later this month in Japan. Looking like mere USB drives, these E-Series DAPs max out at 4GB, with models also coming in at 2GB

GE E-Series: Point-and-Shoot At Its Finest

The E-series from GE comes in four flavors: 850, 1030, 1040 and 1240. Let’s start with the basics and I’ll fill you in on the minute details later. The E850 is the mid-level point-and-shoot camera

Nokia E-Series: E90, E65, E61i

Communicator lovers rejoice. The E90 is a vast improvement over the fat Nokia Communicators of yore. This Quad-band beast has HSDPA, WiFi, and Bluetooth along with dual cameras and mapping apps and sy