1960: America got a new 50-star flag and Sony Corporation of America became official. As the popularity of transistor radios grew, a new market opportunity in the US arose. Based in New York on 514 Broadway, the idea was to further the Sony brand in the US with a sales network, offering all levels of […]Read More
In the years since Sony unveiled the first eReader in the U.S. back in 2006, the demand for digital books has skyrocketed. Sony today announces plans to make the Reader available to even more people around the globe including Japan, China and Australia, Italy and Spain. “Sony’s strategy has always been to make the Reader […]Read More
If adventure, spy games, intrigue and espionage are your thing, then you’ll love the immersive web game called “Day X Exists.” The online game is a preview of the Sony Pictures movie coming to theaters July 23, 2010 called “Salt.” The movie stars Angeline Jolie as the agent in trouble and on the run. The […]Read More
Sony introduces the world’s first HDTV incorporating the Google TV platform. Find out more at Sony.com/InternetTVRead More
For months, technology blogs and news sites have been speculating about a television from Sony that could enhance your TV experience with the power of the Internet. Today Sony Corporation’s Chairman, President and CEO, Sir Howard Stringer along with partners from Google and Intel announced just such a set at a press conference at Google […]Read More
Their 200 (or less) words earned a spot as a finalist in the Sony Ericsson/Sony Style X10 Blogger Contest. In addition to a PSPgo™ and FIFA Soccer 10 game by EA Sports ™, all ten finalists received the highly coveted Sony Ericsson Xperia ™ X10 mobile phone. Now this week, with the help of their X10, they are duking it out for a chance to be the next Sony Blogger.Read More
Take a moment and glance down at your task bar. How many application windows do you have open? Looking at mine, there’s multiple open windows for Outlook, Chrome, Word, Photoshop – in fact, there’s more open than I care to count. And I have to admit, with so many open all at once, I tend to lose track of where things are and I often find myself clicking through each window just to find a stat, quote or photo or even just get to my desktop.
Luckily your VAIO includes a bevy of shortcuts that offer instant access to programs and navigation commands. Curious about what they are? This tip covers some of my favorites…[...]Read More
1981: More than 700 million people watched a wedding, people traded radio for watching music videos on TV and the first space shuttle took flight. To keep up with this new generation of technology and pop culture, you could snag a Sony MAVICA camera, the first still video camera.Read More
Debuted in 1987 and pioneer of the stealth genre, Konami’s Metal Gear Solid is set to launch its latest installment in the legendry series titled “Peace Walker”. To celebrate the game, we’ve announced a limited edition MGS themed W series Walkman (W252). Available for pre-order on SonyStyle.com for about $60 (excl tax), it features a unique look and exclusive Metal Gear Solid content.Read More
Since we first introduced the P Series back in 2009 at CES, we’ve been hard at work behind-the-scenes brainstorming ways to make the P even better. Don’t worry though, all the things you love about the original P Series remain – like it’s unique, business envelope-sized form factor, built-in mobile broadband and GPS (select models only), vibrant 8” (1600 x 768) LED backlit display* and bundled noise cancelling headphones.
So what is new you ask? The majority of differences are in…[...]Read More