Sony hit the stage today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with a very surprising addition to its TV line up, along with
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It’s almost the middle of the year, but almost every phone that could have come out this year is out. So if you had to buy one today, which one should you buy?
Forget about missing a shot because the subject is too far, because the latest Sony camera is all about a super long lens.
Know anyone who likes electronic, dance, dubstep or trance? If you do or your kids just keep you up with a bit of the “doof doof”, a new audio range is out and ready for your bassy needs.
Sony might not have its mojo in computers anymore, but in cameras, it’s full steam ahead with developments that are all about imaging excellence.
The immersive entertainment movement that is virtual reality isn’t just going to be something for your phone, because while Samsung has the edge right now, Sony may well have it come October.
With wearable computers the next area that manufacturers are fighting for a piece of your wallet and body with, Sony is ready with one that does a little more than fitness, tracking stress, too.
Local places to buy electronics have just reduced in number, as Dick Smith confirms that it is closing down, putting roughly 3000 staff out of work.
Sony has seen some success with its “Z” smartphones, but this year, it will be adding a new range, bringing two day battery life and Alpha-grade camera tech to phones with an “X” in the name.