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SE 3G Bravia-Cellphone Marvel – Video

SE 3G Bravia-Cellphone Marvel – Video

You might remember me dribbling fresh "want!" out of every orifice in mid-November at the glorious sight of Sony Ericsson's AU W44S 3G handset.  A dual-flipping clamshell with 1Seg TV tuner, digital radio and achingly sharp Bravia screen, it was enough to make me at least look into apartment prices in Tokyo.  Well, now there's an advert for it online, and it hasn't done anything to dissuade my desire.

Pack up the bags, kids, we're finding a flight!  That digital camera, by the way, is a 3.2-megapixel model capable of video recording, and there's 115MB of internal memory before you even need consider what confusing variant of memory stick to add.  Photos of the W44S after the cut.

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Sony’s Bravia range bolstered… by a cellphone

Sony’s Bravia range bolstered… by a cellphone

Now either this new DoCoMo Sony cellphone is a whole lot bigger than the typical Japanese handsets we're used to envying, or despite its Bravia branding it's a whole lot smaller than the company's range of glorious TVs.  I'm thinking the latter, although the huge QVGA screen does use the same Reality MAX technology that's stuffed into Sony HD offerings. 

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Frequency brings social-curated video to Amazon Fire TV

Frequency brings social-curated video to Amazon Fire TV

Frequency has announced support for the Fire TV, Amazon's new streaming dongle, bringing socially-curated movies and TV to the set-top box. Already supported on iPhone and iPad, as well as certain Samsung smart TVs and other platforms, Frequency pulls in content from AP, National Geographic Wild, and thousands of other online sources into individualized "channels".

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PlayStation 3 has “2-4 years” left in it according to Sony

PlayStation 3 has “2-4 years” left in it according to Sony

This week at the media event where Sony announced the PlayStation Vita Slim, hardware marketing executive John Koller spoke up on the future of the PlayStation 3. For those of you out there already rolling with this console, not planning on upgrading to a PlayStation 4 any time soon - there's good news. In Koller's chat with Gamespot, the PlayStation 3 was said to have two, three, or four years of life left in it, with plenty of games to come.

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