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  1. 8 Inspiring Insights on How Children Can Heal – and Hope – Through Photography by Team Sony 04/19/2012

    An Interview with EYE SEE Photographer Giacomo Pirozzi A few weeks ago, in New York City, a new photography exhibit opened. And although new artists and exhibitions float in and out of the Big Apple quite often, this one was truly unique. The subject: The Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011. The photographers: […]

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  2. Tomorrow: “Pirates! Band of Misfits” Google+ hangout by Kathleen 04/19/2012

    Ahoy, mateys! +Sony is hosting its very first Google+ Hangout at 1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET tomorrow, Friday, April 20 to give you the inside scoop on @Sony Pictures’ upcoming film “The Pirates! Band of Misfits.” The Hangout will feature Peter Lord, the film’s director, producer, and co-founder/creative director of Aardman studio, who will be joined […]

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  3. Hey Sony Internet TV Fans: Get Personal with Google’s Refreshed TV & Movies App by Gina 04/18/2012

    Today, @Google announced new updates to their TV & Movies app supported on our Sony Internet TV products, that includes personalized choices across all your content options in an new easy layout. Google also announced features that keep you in the loop on the happenings of your favorite channels, even with reminders on stuff you’ve been […]

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  4. Bigger, badder, better: MLB Fan Cave II by Rob Manfredo 04/17/2012

    What would happen if you took a baseball super fan and made them watch every pitch of every game in a Major League season? In 2011, Major League Baseball® undertook that social experiment. The result? Fun. A resounding success, the MLB Fan Cave was awarded “Best Use of Social Media for Sports” at the 4th […]

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  5. New KDL-HX850 smart TV Hit Shelves Today: Video To Prove It by Ray Hartjen 04/15/2012

    Today, the Sony BRAVIA® KDL-HX850 smart TV begins arriving on shelves in stores across the U.S. Available in 46-inches (diagonal) and 55–inches (54.6-inches diagonal), for around $2100 and $2600 respectively, the top of the range Sony HDTV for 2012 delivers the greatest picture quality in the line-up and an impressive feature set. Incorporating a bezel-free […]

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  6. How to troubleshoot a red or blinking light on your Sony BRAVIA® TV by Sarah 04/14/2012

    I’m ready to sit down and enjoy my evening with the family. Our favorite movie is on the Sony Movie Channel tonight. Hmmm, that’s weird… why is the little red light on the front of my BRAVIA television blinking? I’m not getting a picture either. Now this stinks! Our movie starts in 10 minutes! Let […]

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  7. Sony’s S-Frame Digital Photo Frame Goes Wireless by Rachelle 04/13/2012

    Sony announces a shiny new photo frame just in time to showcase and share all those fun memories from Spring Break. With a refreshing update to its S-Frame® line, Sony throws in a nice little surprise by adding Wi-Fi for the first time. Now you can create an ever-changing show of your favorite pictures and […]

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  8. Android Apps For Road Trips And New MirrorLink Technology by Gina 04/11/2012

    Spring break is here and summer is right around the corner. For road warriors, this is prime time for taking road trips. With all the apps, GPS units, satellite radios and even in car DVD players, the world of road trips are forever changed. We wanted to get app expert’s view on the best Android™ […]

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  9. Tips & Tricks: What is VAIO Care™ and how does it work? by Sarah 04/07/2012

    What is that ASSIST button for on the top of my VAIO® Laptop? What does VAIO Care™ mean? It’s listed under my programs. My VAIO Laptop has been really slow lately and I just don’t know how to go about fixing it. And honestly, I don’t have time right now to call technical support for help. […]

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  10. Sony Gets TV Shoppers Ready For the Summer by Gina 04/06/2012

    Heading to buy a TV can be a daunting task. For some it can be sensory overload with animated movies, football games and music videos all running simultaneously across TV displays. I understand the point of it. It’s an easy way to compare picture quality across brands, sizes, and various TV types but it seems […]

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