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A new rumor from the Wall Street Journal claims that Sony is working on a plan to offer an Internet based cable TV service that could be accessed by Sony TVs, Blu-Ray players and the Playstation 3.
More bad news for Sony today. They have not only a suffered security breach once again, they also have issued a new recall notice for BRAVIA LCD TVs. Apparently, the TVs can overheat and melt.
Sony has officially revealed its next big 3D release, carrying on the NX810 model number, the 3DTV will be available in 60-, 55-, 46-inch sizes next month. It gives a 3D spec upgrade to the current...
Sony Corp, the maker of Bravia LCD TVs, Cyber-shot cameras and the Playstation game console, is expected to announce a restructuring plan this week, according to the Financial Times. Last month the Japanese company outlined...
Sony has announced that, for a limited time, Bravia Internet Link owners will be able to rent and stream the hit movie, 'Hancock', in 480p or 720p (bandwidth dependent) for $9.95 US before it is...
Sony has updated its Bravia line of flat-panel LCD TVs to include the XBR5, XBR4 and W series, all of which feature 1920x1080 (1080p) 10-bit panels and will be available in 40", 46" and 52"...