Sony

Founded in 1946 by Akio Morita under the name of Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha (Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation) Sony adopted its present corporate name (Sony Corporation) in 1958. Two years later, Sony Corporation of America was established in New York. In 1961, Sony was the first Japanese company to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

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Camera: A Sony That Is Thin, Fast and Rugged

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Camera: A Sony That Is Thin, Fast and Rugged

Sony recently introduced a new model of ultra-thin cameras: the Cyber-shot T-series (DSC-TX200V). Not only is this camera very thin, it is also the aim-and-shoot camera with the highest resolution. Filled with technical features that exceed the competition, the Sony TX200V is also wrapped in a durable casing that protects it from the external elements. […]

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Sony and 3D: We Want to Take Off the Glasses

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Sony and 3D: We Want to Take Off the Glasses

Are you planning on buying the latest 3D television for Christmas? Actually, the option seems very interesting … but you’re hesitating because you’re waiting for 3D without glasses? Well you’ll have to be patient, because Sony is not planning on releasing one until 2015. And of course, it is unlikely that the price will be […]

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Sony and the 3D Experience

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Sony and the 3D Experience

Sony 3D televisions from the 2011 Bravia Series that are connected to the Internet can now access Sony’s 3D Experience service. This on-demand service presents promotional videos in 3D. Among the first video clips is a highlights feature from the 2011 Wimbledon tennis championship. This service is available immediately and is intended to provide varied […]

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Six Million Songs on Your Sony Bravia

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Six Million Songs on Your Sony Bravia

Sony continues to develop its online music and video on demand services. The new virtual multimedia library, Music Unlimited, is now partially available to customers in Canada. It will now be possible to access almost unlimited audio and video content from a Bravia TV or Sony Blu-ray player with Wi-Fi. Currently, you can already watch […]

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New Sony TVs

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

New Sony TVs

Sony unveiled its new Bravia TVs for 2011 at the beginning of the month. Internet connection, 3D, LED and video on demand are the features that have attracted attention. We will present some of the new Bravia models, from the entry-level ones to the more advanced ones at the top of the line.  Note, Sony […]

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Sony and 3D Audio

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Sony and 3D Audio

The madness of 3D is quickly invading the houses of aficionados of new technologies. Sony is adding to this by offering 3D audio systems compatible with its new BRAVIA televisions. Three models are offered: two compact bars and a home theatre package. The HT-CT150 and HT-CT350 are systems with subwoofer speakers and a sound bar […]

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Sony announces the S-Airplay, a multi-room wireless sound system for your iPod

par Stéphane Dion

Sony announces the S-Airplay, a multi-room wireless sound system for your iPod

Sony has just announced the release of the S-Airplay, a new wireless multi-room sound system for your iPod. The S-Airplay transmits wireless audio from a base station and can support up to 10 receiver/speakers placed in different rooms all over the house. Equipped with an AM/FM tuner, one of the interesting features of the new […]

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