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    Sony Bravia TV Marries the Internet in Vegas

    A trip to Las Vegas wouldn’t be complete without attending a wedding! Sony last week decided to throw the most lavish wedding at the Bellagio to celebrate the union of the Television and the Internet. The wedding took place fittingly enough during CES 2012. It might seem a little bit silly, but in all honesty […]

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    Hands On with Sony’s Xperia Android Phones

    Sony has taken the plunge and dived into the Android world with the Sony Xperia S and Xperia Ion smartphones. Both phones are similar in design and features, but the Xperia Ion is Sony’s first 4G LTE phone and features a slightly larger screen. Each phone is powered by a 1.5Ghz dual-core processor and features a […]

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    The Sony Walkman is Back and Powered by Android

    The Sony Walkman was the essence of the 80’s and 90’s, and lucky for us it’s back in a big way, Android style! The new Z1000 Series Walkman Mobile Entertainment Player is designed for music lovers by music lovers. The New Walkman  features an anti-reflective 4.3 inch multitouch LCD screen with an integrated S-Master MX digital amplifier […]

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    Sony XBA Headphones are World’s First with Balanced Armature Tech

    Sony has a new line-up of in-ear headphones to announce here at CES 2012, but don’t let their looks fool you – these are no ordinary pairs of in-ears. That is because instead of using dynamic driver technology, this new line-up are the first headphones to use balanced armature technology. Balanced armature is the technology […]

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    Sony’s Xperia Ion is a SuperStar for Entertainment Connectivity

    The Xperia Ion from Sony made a glitzy entrance at CES 2012, offering an incredibly expansive entertainment experience. It will support access to the Sony Entertainment Network. 12 million and more songs are on the global catalog of Music Unlimited. Video Unlimited is a burgeoning bundle Hollywod blockbusters and TV shows from not one, but […]

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    Sony NEX-7 Goes on Pre-order Again, Expected to Ship in April 2012

    The ever elusive Sony NEX-7 just became available for pre-order – AGAIN!. The highly anticipated camera has experienced delay after delay after flooding in Thailand halted production.  Sony even stopped offering pre-orders on their site for a while. To date, only a small number of lucky souls have managed to get their hands on one. Well […]

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    Sony Says Buh Bye To Ericsson

    The joint venture between Sony and Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson appears to have come to a close. Sony is buying out Ericsson’s share of the mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson for $1.46 billion. Sony Ericsson will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony, while Ericsson will take the buyout money and return to focusing directly […]

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    Sony Gets 3D TV All Up In Your Face

    There’s been a deluge of 3D technology hitting the market the past couple of years, but Sony’s new gadget is by far the most…interesting? Questionable? Futuristic? Nerdy? I’m not sure what to call it, but according to Sony, the HMZ-T1 is ready to launch and attach itself to your head.

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    Hands-on with the Sony NEX-7 and NEX-5N

    After months of rumors and leaks, the Sony NEX-7 has finally been revealed, along with the NEX-5N, an update to the popular NEX-5. We were fortunate enough to get some hands-on time with both the NEX-7 and NEX-5N, and suffice it to say, they are everything a photo enthusiast could have dreamed of and more.

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    Super Skinny Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX55 Camera Shoots in 3D

    Sony’s latest Cyber-shot camera not only looks good, but it also manages to take 3D photos. The DSC-TX55 is an ultra-thin and compact camera that measures just 12.2 slim, yet it manages to pack in a 16.2 megapixel sensor, the ability to record video in Full HD AVCHD, a 10X zoom, and the ability to […]

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    Sony NSX-46GT1 Google TV Review

    From the moment we first set our eyes on Sony’s Internet TVs powered by Google TV, we were impressed. Google TV basically brings the best entertainment on the internet to your TV. For the past few weeks we have had the opportunity to live with Google TV, and it turns out that living with it […]

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    Sony Releases Colorful E and C Laptop Series

    Sony has two new series of laptops coming out, and both are quite lovely. In particular, we’re super fond of the new C series. The C series is available in two bold colors – neon red or thunder blue. Not only do these colors pop, but you’ll love their complimenting backlit keyboard. You also get […]

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    New 13.3″ Sony VAIO S Series Laptop Looks Good in Pink

    Sony has revamped their VAIO S Series, and the already sexy S series is now looking more enticing than ever. For starters, the new S Series is available in burnished brown, jet black, platinum silver, as well as pink or blue – with magnesium and aluminum materials. This laptop really is a beauty to behold […]

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    Sony VAIO Y Series Ultraportable Laptop Review with AMD Fusion

    The Sony VAIO Y Series laptop was one of the first laptops on the market to sport the AMD Fusion chipset. Unlike netbooks which are affordable, but also underpowered, the AMD Fusion series is designed to power ultraportable laptops and make them affordable, without sacrificing performance. The VAIO Y Series configuration that we tested runs […]

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    Sony Bloggie Touch Review (MHS-TS20)

    Cisco’s recent announcement about discontinuing their popular Flip video camera series was pretty shocking. After all, the Flip did start the pocket camcorder craze and inspired a slew of imitators. That said, the news wasn’t all that shocking since smartphones are replacing pocket camcorders. We recently got the opportunity to test out the Sony Bloggie […]

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    Ford and Sony Debut 2013 SHO Taurus with a Little Help from Train

    Tonight Ford Motor Company and Sony presented the brand new 2013 Ford Taurus, with a little help from the band Train. The 2013 Ford Taurus will feature better fuel economy, more technology (yay), a more aggressive exterior, and overall improved craftsmanship. Albeit, the car was covered longer than when it wasn’t. For a grand total […]