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Sony's push for three dimensional entertainment has inspired it to launch a series of product-loaning machines in the land of Oz. These \"3D Library\" kiosks, as the manufacturer is simply dubbing 'em, will let Aussies checkout a variety of Sony's 3D-capable products at no cost and for up to three d

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Both Sony and Vizio have already quietly dropped word that Skype would be heading to their respective internet-connected TVs, but Skype itself has now made the move fully official, a full year after it offered the first demo of Skype on a Panasonic VieraCast TV at CES 2010. Unfortunately, it isn't o

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In a rare move, Sony has deviated from their pricey reputation to offer two special 3D bundle promotions until July 17th -- or while supplies still last -- with the clear intention of enticing wavering adopters to veer whole-hog into 3D. The options boil down to either a 46-inch or 54.6-inch Bravia

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Those used to recording dozens of hours worth of SD video on DVRs with just a few gigs of storage often have a bit of a surprise when they move into the HD realm; a couple episodes of Pushing Daisies and Lost leave no room for any other prime-time drama. While not matching TiVo's capacious 1TB HD X

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Those used to recording dozens of hours worth of SD video on DVRs with just a few gigs of storage often have a bit of a surprise when they move into the HD realm; a couple episodes of Pushing Daisies and Lost leave no room for any other prime-time drama. While not matching TiVo's capacious 1TB HD X

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If you've found yourself dumbfoundedly staring at your Bravia Internet Video Link-equipped HDTV thinking \"when am I going to see some Slacker radio up in this piece?\" -- you're in luck. Sony announced today that it would be bringing the streaming service to users of the company's $300 hardware add-

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If you've found yourself dumbfoundedly staring at your Bravia Internet Video Link-equipped HDTV thinking \"when am I going to see some Slacker radio up in this piece?\" -- you're in luck. Sony announced today that it would be bringing the streaming service to users of the company's $300 hardware add-

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Maybe Sir Howard has a master plan after all. Sony reversed their 10 billion yen forecasted loss for the year with a new expectation of profits to the tune of 70 billion yen. The new forecasted profit of $605 million is due in large part by profitability in the Sony Bravia LCD line. According to So

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