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Sony stage BRAVIA/PS3 crash test in bizarre promo [Video]

Sony stage BRAVIA/PS3 crash test in bizarre promo [Video]

I'd love to have been a fly on the wall at Sony Australia when they came up with this one.  "Guys, it's a worldwide recession, we need a promotion to keep people buying the PS3 and BRAVIA HDTVs.  I know some of you want to run a competition and give the darned things away, but I think we'd be far better off firing one against the other and sticking it up on YouTube."  Hence how we end up with a video of a PS3 being launched at 22 meters per second toward a poor, defenceless flat-panel TV.

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Sony adding Netflix and more to BRAVIA HDTVs

Sony adding Netflix and more to BRAVIA HDTVs

Sony have announced that, as of fall 2009, Netflix, Demand Media and ON Networks will arrive on their BRAVIA HDTVs.  A standard feature on any upcoming Sony BRAVIA internet video-capable HDTV, and usable on existing sets courtesy of Sony's BRAVIA Internet Video Link module, Netflix users will be able to access their instant queue lists on their TV.

 

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Sony Eco TV gets tested in Japan, 40% power reduction reached

Sony Eco TV gets tested in Japan, 40% power reduction reached

Coming this summer of 2009, Sony will release a series of Bravia Eco TV in the range 40-inch, 46-inch and 52-inch widescreen displays, which utilize a presence sensor-based function and a higher luminous efficiency HCFL light source at deduced size, to cut down power consumption as low as 40%. The same technology, were in fact, being used at current V5 series TV lineup, and the folks at Nikkie were invited to examine its features and effectiveness in dealing with the power saving modes.

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Sony BRAVIA Drome Revealed Alongside New Ad Campaign

Sony BRAVIA Drome Revealed Alongside New Ad Campaign

We're live in Milan today, covering Sony's latest announcement. In fact, Sony showed off a brand new marketing campaign today that's intended to demonstrate their latest technology behind their BRAVIA televisions. The tech is called Motionflow 240Hz and in order to show off what the latest in motion picture technology is capable of, Sony resorted to the oldest method of creating motion pictures: the zoetrope.

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