Everything makes its way back. Centuries ago civilizations used scrolls to record history, agendas, etc. Now we may just use it to watch a film. While we’re blogging about the latest products, news and events, our engineers are working on the next step in technological wonder. I can say with confidence that this isn’t your […]Read More
Over the centuries, fashion has lent itself as a means for style however one could argue that in the 21st century; perhaps technology has become the dominant means for personal expression? With this newer trend comes the complexity of selection. Now instead of a one-color computer option, we have many. And for online shoppers, I […]Read More
Have you just purchased a new VAIO? Have an old PC that still has a lot of meticulously crafted personal settings, internet bookmarks, photos, music, etc. that you’d like to have on your new primary VAIO?
If you answered yes to any of these questions you may like to know there’s any easy way to capture all your favorite files and settings on your old PC running Windows 7, Vista or even XP and transfer them to your primary or new VAIO running Windows 7. This quick tip will review just how you do it and…[...]Read More
Just another day jumping out of an airplane. To most of us that statement is quite counterintuitive. To experienced skydiver Michael Murphy, skydiving is a passion. He has made over 300 jumps in three years. And to capture the adrenaline rush, Michael uses a Sony CX-100 Handycam. One day, however, the Handycam along with this helmet dislodged from Michael […]Read More
I’ll never forget the year my dad took us to see fireworks. We packed in his mustard yellow 1980’s Volvo. We could smell clutch burning as he edged us up a monstrous hill in order to get the best view possible for the show. We“oohed” and “awwed” with the small crowd at the top for about 15 minutes and then headed home. As […]Read More
For those that think successful, accomplished professional photographers really do have one of the best gigs around, I personally think you’re right. While I love to blog stories like this, living them certainly seems great. Professional photographer, David McLain recently took the Alpha NEX-5 for a test drive in locations across South America. In addition being […]Read More
When sitting at the computer, it’s important to optimize our comfort level since we’re often in the same position for hours on end. The comfort of our eyes though is just as important and often overlooked. In fact, a few minor adjustments to the brightness of your screen can help reduce eye strain and really enhance your viewing experience.
Adjusting the brightness of your screen is simple. In just a few easy steps, you can easily adjust the brightness of your display, improving both the quality of your viewing experience and the life of your battery. Here’s how…[...]Read More
A few months back, I posted the article “Dash Personal Internet Viewer:Your Questions Answered”. There, I received a ton of feedback looking for the Dash to work outside the US. I also saw comments on Facebook and Sony Style’s product reviews. Overall, you’ve been asking to access Dash in countries around the globe and the Dash […]Read More
First of all, hats off to all the runners in the San Diego race held in early June. It was a huge success with some 30,000 runners making their way through San Diego streets to the finish line at Sea World. The picture above is of the winner of the women’s race and Sony’s Mike […]Read More
Two weeks ago, the VAIO team headed to L.A. to support Design For Humanity – Billabong’s annual charity event. If you’ve seen the new boardshort-inspired W Series, you know we’ve partnered with Billabong to create the design. We also featured the colorful new VAIO at the charity event.
Find out more about the event, the charity and what inspired the design of the Imperial Lime W Series in this behind-the-scenes look at the Design For Humanity charity event by our very own Sony Electronics video blogger, Sukhjit. Hit the link for all the photos and video…[...]Read More