Sony UK is adding the live video music VOD service Moshcam to its connected TV platform Bravia Internet Video, which will be available on-demand and free of charge.
The Polish interactive media platform Ipla has become available on Sony TV sets with Bravia Internet Video, as well as PS3 consoles, Blu-ray discs, home cinema and Media Box.
Opera Software has announced it will deliver its browser on Sony Bravia televisions and Blu-ray Disc players. Opera aims to deliver more “lean-forward”, interactive components to connected home users by offering Opera’s solution to Sony’s devices.
Skype has confirmed it is working with Sony and Vizio to put the online calling application direct into the living room.
Sony has launched a dedicated website for developers of apps for its Google Android TV sets. At the moment, the site only offers the opportunity to register as a developer.
“The world’s first Google TV sets” will become available on October 16 from the Sony Style shop and at Best Buy shortly after. At a press conference in New York, manufacturer Sony announced details of its first Google TV sets and Blu-ray player.
Sony has officially announced details of its standalone web TV box, called the SMP-N100 Network Media Player, which will now launch on the European market. The box has been some time available in the US giving users access to online services such as Netflix, YouTube, Amazon and Pandora.
IFA 2010 – BERLIN. Sony said it will launch its first Google TV before the end of the year as the exclusive launch partner for the project. On the IFA showfloor, the company was showing an early version of a TV set running on the Android operating system.
IFA 2010 – BERLIN. Sony has announced it will challenge Apple’s iTunes store with a new streaming music service. At the same, it will roll outVideo On Demand powered by Qriocity, a premium streaming video service, in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK this autumn. The service has been available in the US since […]
Sony Germany has announced that with immediately effect all home video programming from the ProSiebenSat.1 group is now available on its connected devices.