“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.
The Dutch cable operator Ziggo and Sony will broadcast the first live programme in 3D to the living room this coming Sunday, June 6. Famous Amsterdam venue Paradiso, will play host to the leaders of the major political parties in their final meeting before the General Election on June 9.
Harrods has announced that the very first 3D TVs in the UK are now on public display and available to pre order in the shop’s Sony Centre in Knightsbridge.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has said its VidZone application has been downloaded by two million PlayStation 3 users from 18 different countries after six months. Together they are responsible for streaming more than 200 million music videos.
Up to 25 matches from next year’s World Cup are to be captured in 3D following an agreement between Sony and the tournament organiser FIFA.
Sony has launched its PlayStationNetwork video delivery service in France, Germany, Spain and the UK, with other countries to follow in 2010.