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  1. (Video)Photography Tips From Award Winner, Adam Dean by Anthony 07/18/2011

    Like a lot of you out there, I’m a pretty avid hobbyist photographer. And like a lot of hobbyists, I’m self-taught. Picking up tips here and there from blogs, friends, and Flickr, I’m always wondering if there isn’t a better technique – some simple techniques I’m missing that the pros all know. Enter Adam Dean, […]

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  2. (VIDEO) The Coolest Hollywood Movie Cars Uncovered by Gina 07/15/2011

    Ever wondered if a car you see in the movies is real or portions of it? Take it a step further, how about how the cars featured in movies are even built? We were curious too and were lucky enough to visit Cinema Vehicle Services and speak with Hollywood auto legend, Fireball Tim. Fireball Tim […]

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  3. Hands on with the new Sony Tablets by Team Sony 07/14/2011

    Sony Electronics President, Phil Molyneux spent some time with us during the second stop of yesterday’s coast to coast press briefings. It’s the first time we’ve had a chance to interview him for the Sony blog and also the first time we’ve been able to bring you a close up and detailed look at the […]

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  4. Just Announced: New VAIO Z Series Notebook by Team Sony 07/14/2011

    What’s the first thing you think of when you see the picture above? If you’re a VAIO owner, then you’re probably noticing the remarkable new slim design of the VAIO® Z. Many of you have asked when a new Z would hit the street, here’s what was just announced. At 2.5-pounds, the aluminum and carbon […]

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  5. Sony Debuts S1 and S2 Tablets to Press in NY by Team Sony 07/13/2011

    There was plenty of excitement in midtown Manhattan today as press gathered at the Sony Club to view the much awaited tablets we’ve been talking about since a global announcement in April. It was the first time US press had a chance to see and touch the (codenamed) S1 and S2 Tablets and they were […]

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  6. (Video) Shuttle Launch Stills at 10 frames per second by Gina 07/12/2011

    Mission STS-135 set off for space last Friday where Space Shuttle Atlantis started on its last flight into space. The San Diego Air and Space Museum is documenting this historic mission in a dramatically unique fashion and details the specifics of the space shuttle as well as the scientists and engineers who have built and […]

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  7. Inside the MLB Fan Cave by Team Sony 07/12/2011

    As many of you cozy up to your Sony TV to watch some baseball this week, we wanted to introduce you to Mike and Ryan, two guys who are living the dream this summer. These two baseball uberfans scored what most baseball enthusiasts would consider the dream jobs of the year. They are spending the 2011 baseball […]

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  8. Taking Photography to the NEX Level by Team Sony 07/09/2011

    Today’s blog post is written by guest blogger, Jeffrey Sass. You may recognize Jeff as one of our Sony Digi Dads. We gave Jeff a NEX-5 camera at CES last year and since then he has been been spotted with that camera just about everywhere. We wanted to give Jeff a chance to tell you […]

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  9. Project Shiphunt: Meet the team (part 1) by Team Sony 07/08/2011

    Today we’re sharing some profile videos from our Project Shiphunt team. This group of 5 teens is searching for sunken ship on Lake Huron’s Shipwreck Alley. We’ve told you quite a bit about Project Shiphunt and how the team is using Sony® VAIO® laptops powered by 2nd Gen Intel® Core™ processors but now it’s time […]

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  10. (VIDEO) Inside Look at the New α NEX-C3 by Gina 07/07/2011

    Last month Sony announced a few new camera models to their line-up; one being the α NEX-C3 (now on pre-order). The α NEX-C3 has all of the same traditional features as the α NEX-3 and α NEX-5 such as a DSLR sized sensor, interchangeable lenses and ability to record HD video though this new model […]

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