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  1. 3D Myth Busting by Gina 12/28/2010

    We all know 3DTVs are out there, but for many, it’s still a completely new concept with lots of different messages in the market. In Episode 4 of SGNL by Sony, Anthony and Melody answer some of the most common questions people have when looking to purchase a 3DTV. I’ll be upfront, if you’re a […]

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  2. A Laptop Buyer’s Guide by Gina 12/22/2010

    Okay. I admit. We have a ton of different kinds of VAIOs ranging from names across the alphabet. For non-computer junkies, finding the right laptop regardless of brand can be kind of a daunting task. In fact, our Sony Style chat team members often get asked about a particular model only to reply with “what […]

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  3. Sony's Bloggie Touch vs. Other MP4 Cameras by Gina 12/21/2010

    So why use an MP4 camera over a smart phone and which MP4 camera is right for you? On an episode of SGNL by Sony, Anthony and Melody go through those questions. They take a look at Sony’s Bloggie® Touch and stacks it against the Flip Slide HD and the Kodak Play Touch. Some of […]

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  4. Sony Style Foursquare Mayors Get a Free Gift by Gina 12/20/2010

    Every day, I see people on Twitter relaying their Foursquare check-in at Sony Style stores across the country. Now you can get rewarded for it. For those store loyalists who snag the coveted mayor slot, simply show your mayor-ship to a Sony Style store staff member and they’ll give you a free gift. I am guessing some […]

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  5. NBA in 3D tips off tonight by Team Sony 12/17/2010

    Any basketball fans out there? You know who you are. Tonight, some of the greatest athletes in the world will be broadcast in 3D in one of the world’s most famous arena. Want to see an in your face dunk in 3D? How about an incredible jump shot or a star basketball player drive to […]

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  6. PGA Tour gives you the chance to watch the Sony Open in 3D (on your very own 3D HDTV!) by Ray Hartjen 12/16/2010

    On Jan. 13, 2011 defending champion Ryan Palmer will tee off with 143 of the finest golfers in the world at the Sony Open as the PGA Tour kicks off its 2011 season. From weekend hackers to passionate scratch players, this annual tournament in Hawaii shakes us all from our winter doldrums … with the […]

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  7. Sony Internet TV owners, get ready for GoogleTV update 1.2 by Team Sony 12/15/2010

    One of the coolest things about having a connected device is that when new software or improvements to the operating system are available, they come to you. I’ve told you about updates on devices like Sony Dash™ personal Internet viewer, well today I get to tell you about the very first over the air update […]

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  8. Sony® Dash™ trending on holiday gift lists by Team Sony 12/11/2010

    Maybe it’s the recent addition of Hulu Plus or the special sale price that just went into effect, but this week one Sony device in particular has popped up in a number of suggested gift lists, the Sony Dash personal internet viewer. One article from Fox.com even mentions Sony Dash in its Best Gadget Gifts […]

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  9. Flashback Friday: 1950, G-type Tape Recorder by Gina 12/10/2010

    1950. Credit cards were introduced to US shoppers, milk was delivered to doorsteps, and shoe laces were getting tied for the great space race. To record all this squeaky clean fun was the G-type recorder. A company named Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation (predecessor to the Sony brand) launched what was deemed the “first tape recorder” […]

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  10. Android Apps for the Holidays by Gina 12/09/2010

    If you’re like me, you’re shopping, baking, entertaining (or going to a holiday event) and likely not going to the gym. This holiday season, it seems like there’s apps for all kinds of things (though the day there’s an app that actually goes to the gym for me…well…sign me up!). Seeing how Sony Ericsson offers […]

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