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Posted by on Feb 26, 2013 in Android, Jelly Bean 4.1, Sony, Tablet, tech news | 0 comments

Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Sony introduces the Xperia Tablet Z at MWC (Mobile World Congress).  Sony Xperia Tablet Z is 10″ and is the thinnest tablet to date at 6.9mm, it is also waterproof and can be immersed in 3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes.  The 16 GB will retail for $499 and the 32 GB for$599 A few of the Xperia features are:

  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, will be upgrade to 4.2
  • Snapdragon S4 Pro Quad-Core 1.5 GHz
  • 2 GM Ram
  • Micro SD – up to 64GB of memory

The Xperia Tablet Z will be available in May, the 16GB or 32 GB versions will go for $499 and $599, respectively.

Take a “lookinsyde” of Sony Xperia Tablet Z in the video below:

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Posted by on Nov 16, 2012 in Game Console, Games, Sony, tech news | 0 comments

70 Million Playstation 3 Sold

Sony sold 70 million PS3 consoles in 6 years. PS3 debuted Nov 11, 2006. In 6 years Sony also sold 15 Million Move Controllers, 3,950 game titles, 595 million copies of the game titles, 170,000 downloads, and 57,000 downloadable games.

PS3 sells are substantially lowers that PS2. In the same 6 year span Sony sold more than 103 million consoles and sells currently exceeds 150 million. The PS2 is currently being phased out of production.

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Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in Sony, tech news | 0 comments

Moody’s Downgrade Sony

Moody’s cut Sony credit rating after four straight annual losses. Sony was cut to the lowest investment grade by Moody’s due to week TV and Camera sales. Sony was downgraded six continuously levels from its As3 rating in 2003.

Moody’s released the following statement; “Overall earnings will stay weak due largely to prolonged operating losses in TVs and mobile phones, as well as significant declines in earnings from digital imaging products and games.

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Posted by on Feb 2, 2012 in Sony, tech news | 0 comments

Kazuo Hirai Sony New CEO

Kazuo Hirai is named Sony’s new CEO and President.  Kazuo Hirai will replace his mentor Howard Stringer who held the position since 2005.

Prior to being named CEO, Kazuo Hirai 51 was Sony’s Chief of Consumer Electronics and Games.  Hirai, led the turnaround of PlayStation.

Mr. Stringer is an American born who was born in Wales. Stringer is one of a few foreign CEO at a large Japanese company.  He will become the Chairman of The Board on April 1.

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