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  1. VAIO Engineer Tears Open VAIO® Z Series Just in Time for Shipping (Video) by Gina 08/19/2011

    This week the newly announced VAIO® Z series laptop started hitting doorsteps. What better way to celebrate than to invite the actual creator of the computer to take it apart piece by piece to explain what’s inside. Enter Sony engineer Shinji Oguchi. On his first trip to the United States and to the SGNL by […]

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  2. Quest Crew’s Steve Terada Teaches a Trick or Two Using the Sony Bloggie® Camera by Gina 08/18/2011

    If you watch TV, you’d be hard pressed to say you haven’t seen Steve Terada, even if you didn’t know it. Steve is a member of Quest Crew, a dance crew whose popping tricks, innovative choreography and unique humor have put audiences on their feet including those at SYTYCD, X Games, and numerous talk shows. […]

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  3. 15 College Bloggers tell us how they got Charged and Ready for College by Team Sony 08/16/2011

    In a few weeks a mass migration will take place as a new crop of kids gets geared up for college. Sony teamed up with Microsoft to put new VAIO® S series laptops in the hands of 15 college bloggers and asked them to complete a summer homework assignment. The challenge: For up to 15 hours, […]

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  4. Olympian Talks Music & Running (Video) by Samia 08/12/2011

    Marathons aren’t easy. Sure they may be trendy to Tweet on Twitter or Facebook status about, but in reality… it takes a lot of hard work and discipline. I personally have never run a marathon. Mostly because I find that I can move 26.2 in miles in about a half-hour if I just use my […]

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  5. 6 Uses for a "Smart" TV by Callan 08/11/2011

    *This is the first installment of the Sony® Internet TV Series that will cover all things internet TV. If there’s something you’d like to hear us sound off on, leave us a comment and let us know. And be sure to check out the last entry of this series when we’ll have an announcement for […]

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  6. Sony’s Portable Monitor (CLMV55) Unboxing & Demo–Video by Gina 08/08/2011

    If you’ve ever used your DSLR for taking video, it’s great. In fact more and more shows are using DSLRs for just that. The folks at SGNL by Sony dug through the Sony catalogue crates and uncovered this cool gem to share. It’s the Portable Monitor (CLMV55). Working on Sony and non-Sony cameras with HDMI® […]

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  7. Do you talk about TV on Facebook and Twitter? by Team Sony 08/04/2011

    Remember when you had to wait until the next day to discuss the latest and greatest developments from your favorite TV shows? Well, the days of waiting for water cooler conversations are long gone. Now, TV is more social than ever as viewers are sharing real-time commentary via social networks. ”Social” show fans are checking […]

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  8. Your Life in 3D Winner and the X Games by Team Sony 07/27/2011

    You may recall a couple of months ago we told you about the Your Life in Sony 3D contest.  The contest solicited life moments from our Facebook community that they wanted us to shoot in 3D. The response was tremendous and the voting was fierce. The ultimate winner came down to the decision of our […]

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  9. Sony Creates a Techie Dream Home (Video Tour) by Anthony 07/27/2011

    I thought I was pretty slick when I setup my computer to stream music to my living room stereo. “Here I am,” I thought, “living in the future, straight up ‘Jetsons’-style.” Then SGNL by Sony got invited to the Sony Dream House and I realized just how much can really be done in terms of […]

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  10. Project Shiphunt: The Discovery by Team Sony 07/22/2011

    Last week, our team of young Project Shiphunt explorers found more than what they bargained for while searching for a sunken ship. If you’ve been following along, then you know that the team, led by Dr. James Delgado of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is on Lake Huron’s Shipwreck Alley. They’ve collected data using […]

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