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  1. 10 Interesting Facts About Crocodiles by Gina 06/22/2009

    I thought I’d take a moment to express some interesting facts about crocodiles I’ve learned over the last few days. They belong to the family Crocodylidae. Alligators and crocodiles are different. Some of the differences are the shape of the jaw and the placement of the teeth. Crocodiles can stand sea water. Alligators cannot. They […]

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  2. Meeting of the Minds: CE Leaders Come Together in CA by Team Sony 06/19/2009

    Without hesitation, three of the CE industry’s leading executives agreed: the United States will continue to be a key – if not the most important – market in the industry.  Sony Electronics’ Stan Glasgow, president and COO, joined LG’s Michael Ahn, president and CEO, and Panasonic’s Yoshi Yamada, chairman and CEO, yesterday in Dana Point, […]

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  3. Flashback Friday: Sony 700-U TV by Gina 06/19/2009

    1968. The acronym for LED (light-emitting diode) was invented, velvet was all the rage, and you could buy a burger for fewer than 50 cents. Good thing because you’ll want to spend those extra pennies on the hot new Sony 700-U TV. So put on your Go-Go boots and let’s kick off Flashback Friday.

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  4. New VAIO NW Series Notebook by Gina 06/19/2009

    You might have seen or read news about the new VAIO NW Series notebook. I’m happy to announce that Sony Style will be offering the new NW notebook for sale later this month starting at $800. A lot of people have asked our Sony Style chat agents for specifics, so we wanted to share. For our […]

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  5. Sony Continues to be a Pioneer in TV by admin 06/19/2009

    I read with certain amount of amusement—or was it chagrin?—the New York Times article about how consumers can navigate the dizzying array of flat-panel TVs. Look, I’m quite biased toward Sony, but consumers need to remember that when it comes to the integration of the Internet with the TV experience, we’re not only in the space […]

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  6. VAIO News: Taking the Wraps off the New NW by Team Sony 06/18/2009

    Today, we announced our newest line of notebooks – the VAIO® NW series. Here are some of the features: My favorite – the 15.5″ NW offers a Blu-ray Disc™ option at our lowest price yet – $880. Also, it has…[...]

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  7. The BD-Live Experience Press Event by Team Sony 06/18/2009

    Greetings — Rich Marty, vice president of business development for Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (SPHE), reporting from the SPHE / Sony Electronics (SEL) BD-Live Experience press event in San Francisco, California. Today we are here to share some exciting new developments in Blu-ray technology. Along with my SEL colleagues, I am thrilled to demonstrate new […]

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  8. VAIO Quick Tip: Configuring Your Embedded GPS by Team Sony 06/17/2009

    Some newly released VAIO models – like the P Series – include an embedded GPS chip. When using software like Microsoft® Streets and Trips it works just like other GPS systems you might find in your car. Because I can understand how setting up this feature might be confusing at times, I wanted to make sure you all knew how to do it.

    This quick tip will walk you through the process of configuring your GPS chip so you can take full advantage of all its features…[...]

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  9. VAIO News: Seagate® Hard Disk Drive Quality Issue by Team Sony 06/17/2009

    Seagate Technology has reported that a small percentage of certain hard disk drives (HDD) are experiencing performance issues. Some of these affected drives have been installed in certain VAIO® desktop computers and VAIO Home Servers including…[...]

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  10. What's in a name? by Inigo 06/15/2009

    When you have an unusual name like mine, introducing myself typically involves an explanation of the origin of my name, what it means, how to pronounce it, yadda, yadda. With this being my first post to the Sony Style blog, I suppose I should do the obligatory run-through: 1.       I was named after my father. […]

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