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Sony Reader launches virtual book club

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Sony, which has struggled to gain a measurable share of the U.S. ebook market, is launching a virtual book club called the Sony Readers Book Club. Each month the company will choose a book “to feature in a virtual Book Club gathering, an online chat with the author, on the Sony...
Sony Reader launches virtual book club

The Sony device Samsung claims inspired Apple's iPhone

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Judge for yourself: Does this look like something Jony Ive might have copied? FORTUNE -- The biggest drama on the first full day of Apple v. Samsung -- the high-stakes patent infringement case being played out in a packed San Jose federal courthouse -- was the release to the press...
The Sony device Samsung claims inspired Apple's iPhone

The Daily Roundup for 01.21.2013

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You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all handpicked by the...
The Daily Roundup for 01.21.2013

Google TV update will bring Chrome improvements, Blu-ray 3D support

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If you happen to be in the slim minority of people who owns a Google TV-equipped Sony device, there’s an update heading your way this week. The new version of Google’s operating system for the big screen will make the TV-optimized version of Chrome run a bit speedier. It also...
Google TV update will bring Chrome improvements, Blu-ray 3D support

Animoca releases data on the most popular Android handsets in Germany, France and the U.K.

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Mobile game developer and publisher Animoca today released more region-specific data pertaining to the Android handset market share. The Android-focused game studio’s latest report broke down the Android smartphone market share in three leading European countries — Germany, France and the U.K. Starting with trends Animoca saw in all three...
Animoca releases data on the most popular Android handsets in Germany, France and the U.K.

Boot up: Facebook's next phone, BlackBerry R10?, RPS on sexism and more

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Plus Z10 v Xperia Z, why Bitcoin isn't a currrency (but is a medium of exchange), Microsoft hits at Facebook and moreA burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamHome turf >> Apple OutsiderMatt Drance (who used to work at Apple): While the...
Boot up: Facebook's next phone, BlackBerry R10?, RPS on sexism and more
Surprise, surprise: Sony drops OnLive Blu-ray support after purchashing Gaikai
Sony unveils a new Xperia Z smartphone with emphasis on visuals
OnLive shows up in a Sony Google TV-based internet Blu-ray player (exclusive)

Sony Takes On The MS Surface, Introduces The VAIO Duo 11 Windows 8 Slide-out Tablet

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It’s half tablet, half notebook, but all awesome. Sony briefly announced the VAIO Duo 11 at its IFA 2012 press conference. Details were very light. Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai didn’t reveal the price, specs or release date. In fact the only telling detail comes from the name: VAIO Duo 11....
Sony Takes On The MS Surface, Introduces The VAIO Duo 11 Windows 8 Slide-out Tablet

Factory photo reveals rubber gloves, pink overalls, huge Sony device

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There's a million things this could be: a fake, a prototype, the spawn of some renegade lathe, we just don't know. What we can say is that the photo above was posted to the Chinese-language Digi-wo forum by someone who claims it's a component for a 6.44-inch, 1080p Sony...
Factory photo reveals rubber gloves, pink overalls, huge Sony device
Unannounced Sony device appears at the FCC: could it be the Xperia Tablet?
Sony PlayStation Vita teardown reveals the guts of the high-end portable gaming device

Hirai’s Big Challenge: Selling us Four Screens

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Freshly-appointed Sony CEO Kaz Hirai faces the difficult challenge of delivering on predecessor Howard Stringer’s ambitious four-screen strategy: convincing users to buy not just one Sony device, but as many as four of them. Stringers’ grand design – of tablets, TVs, smartphones phones and computers all interacting – is an determined...
Hirai’s Big Challenge: Selling us Four Screens
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