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Sony's Nasne TV tuner finally set to go on sale later this month in Japan

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Less than a month ago we heard the news of Sony having delayed the release of its Nasne system due to quality control issues, but that all looks to be sorted out now. The Japanese electronics giant's said the NAS media streamer will finally be ready to hit Japanese...
Sony's Nasne TV tuner finally set to go on sale later this month in Japan

Sony takes SOEmote live for EverQuest II, lets gamers show their true CG selves (video)

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We had a fun time trying Sony's SOEmote expression capture tech at E3; now everyone can try it. As of today, most EverQuest II players with a webcam can map their facial behavior to their virtual personas while they play, whether it's to catch the nuances of conversation or...
Sony takes SOEmote live for EverQuest II, lets gamers show their true CG selves (video)

Sony's Nasne DVR launches in Japan on August 30, but what about U.S.?

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The tuner and media device, which comes with 500GB of onboard storage, will go on sale for $216 at the end of the month. [Read more]...
Sony's Nasne DVR launches in Japan on August 30, but what about U.S.?

Sony Nasne and related software delayed until August 30

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Sony's Nasne PVR has been delayed after the first batch suffered from faulty hard drives. The device, which looks like a slim PS3, will begin shipping on August 30 in Japan. This is the same date that Sony will release the torne 4.1 software for the PS3 and VAIO TV...
Sony Nasne and related software delayed until August 30

Amazon launches its own game studio, goes social with Living Classics on Facebook

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Amazon is committing itself to gaming much more seriously than providing a storefront: it just launched its own game development house. The simply titled Amazon Game Studios is starting out gently by producing a Facebook hidden object game, Living Classics, that lets the socially inclined dig around through scenes...
Amazon launches its own game studio, goes social with Living Classics on Facebook

Crush the zombie threat with your Sony Xperia smartphone

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies now available for Xperia devices. [Read more]...
Crush the zombie threat with your Sony Xperia smartphone

Engadget's back to school 2012 sweepstakes: win one of 15 gadget-filled bags!

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Ready to pack away the swim trunks and sunscreen and head back to school? If you're a lucky winner of our annual back to school sweepstakes, you'll surely be itching to make the return to campus. With last year's contest deemed an incredible success, we're stepping up the offering...
Engadget's back to school 2012 sweepstakes: win one of 15 gadget-filled bags!
Redbox and Sony deal extension keeps discs available to rent without delays

Moody's Mulls Sony Rating Cut

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In another sign of the woes facing Japan's technology firms, Moody's placed Sony's long-term credit rating under review for a possible downgrade....
Moody's Mulls Sony Rating Cut

Redbox, Sony extend distribution deal, keep the movies flowing with no delays

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While Redbox's parent company Coinstar rejoiced over earnings results that showed revenue growth that was partially due to last year's price hike, the kiosk movie renter had more good news after extending its DVD licensing deal with Sony Pictures. This means Redbox can rent Sony movies the same day...
Redbox, Sony extend distribution deal, keep the movies flowing with no delays
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