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Sony Returns to Profit After Restructuring Effort

Sony returned to profit last quarter in a sign its marathon restructuring effort is beginning to produce results. The Tokyo-based electronics & entertainment conglomerate reported a 33.6 billion yen ($278 million) profit for the fiscal second quarter, compared with a loss of 136 billion a year earlier. Sales dropped 0.5 percent to 1.89 trillion yen […]

Beats vs Sony

Beats Studio Wireless – vs – Sony Extra Bass Wireless Packaging: Beats Win. The packaging is second to none. Bass: Sony win (duh) Over-all Sound: Beats Win Style: Beats Win Beats Studio Wireless ChillReport Score: 9/10 Sony Extra Bass ChillReport Score: 7/10

Sony Forecasts Fourth Straight Loss

(Reuters) – Sony Corp said it is headed for its fourth straight annual net loss, instead of a profit it forecast earlier, as Thai floods disrupted camera production, adding to losses from a soaring yen and price slides in its TVs and PCs in the United States and Europe. The maker of Bravia TVs, Vaio […]

Sony What up?

According to the Wall Street Journal, Sony is working a new lineup of devices aimed squarely at Apple. Personally I do not think that’s a good idea. Apple has it locked down. We hear Sony is working on two products: a smartphone and a tablet. Oops. Apple again has got that locked down. These two products […]

Sony Vivaz Pro

Sony Ericsson unveiled the Vivaz pro at the Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, Spain. This model has a new QWERTY keyboard alongside a built-in touchscreen display. The keyboard makes it possible to communicate quickly and easily through email, SMS or social networking.

Blu-Ray 3D

Sony launches its first Blu-ray 3D-ready and market ready. The BDP-S470 model is not ready to display Blu-ray 3D content just yet, although it will do later this summer via a firmware upgrade. We hear this is the same firmware which will enable the Sony PS3 to handle 3D playback over Blu-ray too. respective firmware […]

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