We’re making room for a new trophy on the shelf! Earlier this month, Walmart recognized Sony Electronics as Supplier of the Year in Consumer Electronics for 2009. Walmart noted Sony Electronics’ unique ability to cross-merchandise products and entertainment content from Sony’s diverse offerings in electronics, movies and gaming. Other criteria used to determine the award […]Read More
Last week, while the tech crowd in Austin was busy at the Mecca of all things blogging and social, South by Southwest Interactive conference, we held a “breakout” blogger training session. There, our friends at Mashable.com had gathered a group of video bloggers who were given Sony bloggie cameras to document and quickly share their […]Read More
How come malls aren’t designed like airports? Periodic lounge areas to cruise the net, watch TV, or just zone out. Instead we’re left overstaying our welcome in stores with the token comfy chair or at a coffee kiosk sipping our $1.50 coffee and soaking up hours of free Wi-Fi. Today I say, “hallelujah”. Sony Style […]Read More
Do you remember what it was like applying for college? If you’re experience is or was anything like mine, I wouldn’t have landed the dream job I enjoy today if not for my incredibly dedicated high school counselor.
Looking back, I feel so lucky that I had such easy and readily available access to a wonderful team of mentors and college counselors but, unfortunately, not everyone does.
So, as part of the Rocket Project we’ve pledged to…[...]Read More
With all the Sony 3D excitement buzzing around the internet, everyone is looking ahead to hear more news on the Sony 3DTVs. We expect to have more US related news this Spring (such as pricing, etc.). In the meantime, I thought I’d share a cool prototype displayed back in October at CEATEC in Japan (stands for […]Read More
Netbooks have gained widespread attention because of their low price and portability, but how do you know if buying one is right for you?
When it comes to netbooks and notebooks, although the names may sound the same, they imply very different types of computers. And before you make a purchase, it’s important to understand the difference so you can be sure your buying the PC that’s best for you.
Here’s what you need to know…[...]Read More
Curious about 3D home entertainment? We’re giving people a chance to take Sony 3D TVs for a spin before they are actually available to buy, and we’re doing it in our comfortable and tricked out living room setups at the Sony Style stores. That means you can sit on a comfy sofa, beverage in hand […]Read More
USA today featured it in their article “What was fun and fresh at CES”. IGN (Gear News) called adding Netflix access to this gadget “one more awesome asset to the pile” - Netflix Comes to the Sony Dash Yahoo Tech News Blog said, “In a world of overcomplicated gadgets, it’s actually refreshing to see something as simple and […]Read More
Did you know that the first rocket to land on the moon had far less computing power than today’s Sony VAIO computers?
Think about it; in the relatively short amount of time since Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon, computers have gone rom room-sized goliaths capable of calculating only simple equations to…[...]Read More
1951: A loaf of bread would cost you about 16 cents and you could record your screams of excitement with the Sony H-1 tape recorder. Hitting the market in March as the first consumer use tape recorder this puppy weighed a little over 28.5 pounds. Designed for “home use” and popular in Japanese schools, the […]Read More