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Sony's mainstream laptops now named 'Fit,' arrive ahead of back-to-school season

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At some point -- we're not sure when -- Sony's naming scheme for laptops got confusing. There was the C series and the E series. The S, T, Z and even the F (RIP). Fortunately, Sony's been working to clear things up: its first Windows 8 products all had...
Sony's mainstream laptops now named 'Fit,' arrive ahead of back-to-school season
Sony Xperia P review

Sony continues single letter naming scheme with the Xperia P

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Much like Samsung, it looks like Sony is going to adopt the single letter naming scheme moving forward. As you know it’s Sony Ericsson moving forward. They unveiled the Xperia S  at CES, and we recently told you about the Xperia U, which is the Kumquat or ST25i. Now...
Sony continues single letter naming scheme with the Xperia P

Sony ëHonami' to ramp up smartphone camera battle

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A new rumor has Sony set to ramp up the smartphone camera battle in the second half of 2013 with a smartphone featuring either a 16 or 20-megapixel sensor. The sensor is also said to be one of the largest to feature on a smartphone at 1/1.6-inches and will be...
Sony ëHonami' to ramp up smartphone camera battle

Sony's stacked Exmor RS phone camera sensors detuned over quality worries

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Sony would still like you to get excited about its upcoming Exmor RS stacked CMOS image sensors -- just not too excited. Both the 8-megapixel IMX134 and 13-megapixel IMX135 are scaling back from their original RGBW (red, green, blue, white) coding to an ordinary RGB over concerns that they...
Sony's stacked Exmor RS phone camera sensors detuned over quality worries

World's smallest 4K USB 3.0 camera delivers 21 frames per second, fits in pockets

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After proving that a 1080p webcam on USB 3.0 was possible, to the surprise of none, Point Grey's latest addition is a little more impressive, This "ice-cube sized" camera can pipe 4096 x 2160 images through that capacious USB 3.0 port, using Sony's new IMX1221 Exmor R sensor. Thanks...
World's smallest 4K USB 3.0 camera delivers 21 frames per second, fits in pockets

Sony DSC-TX200V digital camera is super slim

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Thin is still in where digital cameras are concerned, and while we took a look at a couple of shooters from Panasonic yesterday, Sony too, did not want to lose out on the game, and the Japanese consumer electronics manufacturer has just added yet another model to the ultra-thin Cyber-shot...
Sony DSC-TX200V digital camera is super slim

Sony Xperia ZR launched with with full waterproofing to five feet

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Sony's notched up its water-resistant device tech with the launch of the Xperia ZR, a new 4.6-inch, 720P Android smartphone that's waterproof to 1.5m (5 feet). Sony claims that'll let you film your snorkeling adventures in full HD quality with HDR in video or 13-megapixel stills thanks to the...
Sony Xperia ZR launched with with full waterproofing to five feet

NEC’s MEDIAS ES N-05D is 6.7mm Thin, Can Connect to Casio’s G-Shock GB-6900 Watch

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Well last year NEC was able to lay claim to having the world’s thinnest smartphone. However the RAZR came along and shot that down. Well NEC looks to do it again by bringing out a phone that is a mere 6.7mm thin. It will be carried by Japan’s biggest...
NEC’s MEDIAS ES N-05D is 6.7mm Thin, Can Connect to Casio’s G-Shock GB-6900 Watch
Sony launches Vaio Fit laptop and updates its PC line-up

Sony reveals Exmor RS camera sensor for smartphones

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Sony has formally unveiled it stacked CMOS sensor for smartphones. Last seen in January, the Exmor RS camera modules boast a backside-illuminated CMOS sensor which stacks the pixel layer over the signal ship, shrinking the module's size. The two layers being independent of each other, combined with the pixel layer...
Sony reveals Exmor RS camera sensor for smartphones

Sony Xperia Acro HD for NTT DoCoMo hands-on (video)

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We just happened upon the Sony Xperia Acro HD for NTT DoCoMo, which is sold as the SO-03HD and recently launched with the Japanese carrier. As many of you are aware, the handset is a variant of the Xperia Ion, but with a few features for the locals such...
Sony Xperia Acro HD for NTT DoCoMo hands-on (video)

Sony's VAIO Pro Ultrabooks weigh as little as 1.92 pounds, ship June 9th from $1,150

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If you've been mourning Sony's decision to discontinue its super-thin Z Series laptop, you can at last dry your tears: the company just announced two flagship Ultrabooks that should more than make up for your loss. For starters, the VAIO Pro 11 and Pro 13 each weigh less than...
Sony's VAIO Pro Ultrabooks weigh as little as 1.92 pounds, ship June 9th from $1,150

Sony introduces Balanced Optical SteadyShot for well under a grand with CX430V, PJ430V Handycams (hands-on)

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Sony's Balanced Optical SteadyShot has been perhaps one of the camcorder industry's greatest innovations in recent years, delivering a much smoother handheld picture by moving the entire lens module, rather than specific elements, to compensate for shake. Launched at last year's CES, Sony's CX760V was the first model to...
Sony introduces Balanced Optical SteadyShot for well under a grand with CX430V, PJ430V Handycams (hands-on)

Sony announces new Exmor RS cameraphone sensor: upgraded signal processing, HDR video recording

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That camera sensor in your smartphone is very likely to be a Sony-made module which means it's worth keeping an eye on the company's latest sensor developments. Your next phone could be packing one of its latest Exmor RS camera modules, a stacked CMOS image sensor that's currently being...
Sony announces new Exmor RS cameraphone sensor: upgraded signal processing, HDR video recording

Sony kills off SD camcorders, launches four entry-level Handycams starting at $249 (hands-on)

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It's 2013, and Sony's pair of standard-definition Handycams are officially on their way off store shelves. The company has retired the SX45 and SX85, which first began shipping in 2011 for $199 and $249, respectively, opting instead to introduce an entry-level HD model for $249. The CX220 is an...
Sony kills off SD camcorders, launches four entry-level Handycams starting at $249 (hands-on)

Sony Handycam CX380 and PJ380 offer boosted specs with less heft, we go hands-on

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In the market for a solid mid-range camcorder? Sony's Handycam 380 packs many of the features you'd need, and it ships with an optional built-in projector, too. The CX380 and PJ380 are nearly identical, with the latter model adding in a 13-lumen projector, including a video input for displaying...
Sony Handycam CX380 and PJ380 offer boosted specs with less heft, we go hands-on

Sony Xperia Z review

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More Info Sony Xperia Z announced Sony announces new Exmor RS cameraphone sensor Sony Xperia Z hands-on The Xperia Z is one of the main pillars of Sony's new plan to focus on mobile, gaming and imaging. In fact, it's a device that addresses all three of those areas,...
Sony Xperia Z review

Sony Xperia Z announced: HDR video capture, 5-inch 1080p Reality Display, water-resistant

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Sony's flagship smartphones may not have set the world on fire so far, but the company is making another concerted push in 2013, launching two top-end phones with near-identical internal specs. The Xperia Z is the main player here, with refined mirrored panelling across the sides and back and...
Sony Xperia Z announced: HDR video capture, 5-inch 1080p Reality Display, water-resistant
Sony Xperia Z tapped as a likely "Google Experience" phone. Whither Nexus?

Sony Xperia miro and Xperia tipo hands-on (video)

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Sony's smallest additions to its smartphone roster won't launch until late August, but that didn't stop us dabbling with both handsets at Carphone Warehouse's Christmas (already?) show in London earlier today. The point of interest here is Ice Cream Sandwich, which arrives ready-to-go on both devices. The Xperia tipo...
Sony Xperia miro and Xperia tipo hands-on (video)

MEDIAS ES N-05D: NEC’s New Android Phone Is 6.7mm Thin, Connects To Casio’s G-SHOCK GB-6900

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NEC did it again: about 11 months after unveiling the world’s slimmest smartphone at that time, the company is ready to release another super-thin Android phone with a set of impressive specs (via Japan’s biggest mobile carrier NTT Docomo). Dubbed MEDIAS ES N-05D [JP], the handset will hit Japanese stores...
MEDIAS ES N-05D: NEC’s New Android Phone Is 6.7mm Thin, Connects To Casio’s G-SHOCK GB-6900

Sony launches three new Haswell-powered ultrabooks, including the Vaio Duo 13 laptop-tablet

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Sony has unveiled three new ultrabooks within its Vaio range, each of which can be converted into tablets: the Vaio Duo 13 and Vaio Pro 13 and 11. The new devices are powered by Intel’s new fourth generation processor — Haswell — and run Windows 8. Pricing is still to be confirmed,...
Sony launches three new Haswell-powered ultrabooks, including the Vaio Duo 13 laptop-tablet

Toshiba REGZA T-02D smartphone launches in Japan: 'New AMOLED Plus' display, old resolution

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Confusingly announced by Fujitsu, the Toshiba Regza T-02D will settle into a wall of similarly bright-colored, good-looking smartphones in NTT DoCoMo stores starting this week. The (Japan-only) phone's 4.3-inch OLED screen holds onto a middling qHD resolution, but Fujitsu says its "new AMOLED Plus technology" will apparently render in...
Toshiba REGZA T-02D smartphone launches in Japan: 'New AMOLED Plus' display, old resolution

KDDI reveals its Spring 2012 colection: Android smartphones are still hot

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It's that time of the season again, as Japan's mobile carriers unveil more alternate-universe models that we'll probably never see elsewhere. Leading the pack is the final version of Fujitsu's long-time-coming quad-core Android phone, arriving as the Arrows Z ISW13F. With NVIDIA's Tegra 3, WiMAX connectivity, 16GB of built-in...
KDDI reveals its Spring 2012 colection: Android smartphones are still hot

Sony's tiny ruggedized Action Cam gets official with 16MP Exmor R, WiFi, $199+ price tag (hands-on)

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Remember that itsy bitsy GoPro competitor we spotted at Sony's CE Week booth earlier this summer? Well, it's gearing up for an official release late next month. Dubbed Action Cam -- a fitting name given that it'll live mounted anywhere from sky diving helmets to downhill skis -- it'll...
Sony's tiny ruggedized Action Cam gets official with 16MP Exmor R, WiFi, $199+ price tag (hands-on)

PSA: Sony Xperia Ion lands in US today, yours starting at $50 with two-years of commitment

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You've likely read our review of Sony's Xperia Ion by now, so just consider this a reminder for those who've yet to peruse it. After nearly half a year from being christened at CES, the Ion can officially be purchased today in the US. Agreeing to a two-year commitment...
PSA: Sony Xperia Ion lands in US today, yours starting at $50 with two-years of commitment
Sony launches new digital binoculars that record what you see

Oppo previews sample shots taken with Find 5's Sony-made Exmor RS sensor

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Sony pulled the plug on the original specs for its next-gen Exmor RS sensor, pushing a rollout for those modules into the new year. So while that move, made for quality control purposes, guarantees that a new batch of Xperias outfitted with the tech won't appear until 2013 at...
Oppo previews sample shots taken with Find 5's Sony-made Exmor RS sensor

MEDIAS ES N-05D: NEC’s New Android Phone Is 6.7mm Thin, Connects To Casio’s G-SHOCK GB-6900

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NEC did it again: about 11 months after unveiling the world’s slimmest smartphone at that time, the company is ready to release another super-thin Android phone with a set of impressive specs (via Japan’s biggest mobile carrier NTT Docomo). Dubbed MEDIAS ES N-05D [JP], the handset will hit Japanese stores...
MEDIAS ES N-05D: NEC’s New Android Phone Is 6.7mm Thin, Connects To Casio’s G-SHOCK GB-6900
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