If life went according to Sony, their tablet market would be the number one seller on the market. After all, when it came to cassettes, CD, and MP3, Sony dominated the market with its Walkman series for nearly 25 years. The popularity of Apple’s iPod was a left hook at Sony and then the iPad was the solid punch that brought Sony to its knees. It wasn’t a TKO. Sony was never defeated. Now Sony comes back with an Android JellyBean tablet that is the lightest and thinnest 10.1” tablet available. Water-resistant and dustproof, the new Xperia Tablet Z is also the most mobile for the diverse areas that you travel.
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Alpha is a state of consciousness where rest and creativity dominate. It’s also a great Sony camera series. Pre-order your Sony Alpha SLT-A58 interchangeable lens camera, a DSLR that is designed for a first-time interchangeable-lens camera user. It includes a new Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor with up to 20.1 effective megapixels. In addition, this camera uses an SVGA OLED Tru-Finder with utmost clarity and brightness within its sophisticated compact body. The camera has an availability date at the end of April, and is available for pre-order at J&R.
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Android phones may appear overshadowed by Apple’s iPhones but Android users remain adamant about the wider range of screen sizes and technologies, plus open access to many web-based features. Accessory-wise, iPhone may overwhelm the marketplace. Sony invites Android smartphone users with a unique accessory called the SmartWatch, and it really is an exciting device for [...]
In the past, 3D entertainment was almost exclusively the sole possession of the Motion Picture Industry. With the advent of 3D televisions, this form of entertainment was now made available to the consumer. Next month, Sony will take that to the next level with the release of its Personal 3D Viewer. This lightweight headset is [...]
Sony’s dedicated Playstation Suite, geared for Android-based Playstation Certified Devices, is open today. The Suite launches in nine countries including the US and Canada and is immediately available on Sony’s Tablet S. Ten Playstation One games are available now at the very affordable price of $5.99 each. Tablet S games will include Destruction Derby, Motor [...]
There’s a saying that “Too many cooks spoil the soup”. Yet, in movies, for example, some classics like Wizard of Oz and Gone With The Wind had many directors on hand. Collaborations have produced many successes. Advancing the technologies and uses of networks are opening new doors and paths of communication that make us realize [...]
At Apple’s conference on 1/27, Steve Jobs announced that 250 million iPods have thus far been sold. Considering a world population of 6.7 billion people, that’s one iPod for every 27 people. Obviously Apple is seeking more market penetration. This means only 1 in every 27 people can listen to an iPod within the privacy [...]
There were rumors that Sony was retreating from producing TV models in 2009 but those rumors were false. Sony is introducing 38 new TV models including a new top-end series that includes 3D HDTV technology. Sony is adding WiFi features with wide ranging Internet embedded features for loads of entertainment streams. TV models are thinner [...]
The transition to digital TV opens so many new possibilities that were once only figments of imaginations. The HDTV revolution seems to be maturing at an alarmingly fast rate. As all networks clamor to meet current widescreen standards, 3D HDTV isn’t merely gestating. It’s being born. Panasonic and Sony have been demonstrating 3D HDTV screens [...]