LAS VEGAS--It was fitting that in a city created as an elaborate fantasy world that a knight would get up on stage and tell us how to save the princess.
In this case, the knight is Sir Howard Stringer, CEO of Sony (and Knight Bachelor, a title awarded by the queen of England), and the princess is the consumer electronics industry. And according to Stringer, one of the keys to slaying the monster of the recession is the convergence of networked entertainment and technology.
In his keynote address on the opening day of CES here, besides pushing various Sony products … Read more
Sony Ericsson has never been one to shy away from the high-powered camera phone. Its Cyber-shot series, which includes the Sony Ericsson K850i that we reviewed earlier this year, offers a solid set of handsets that excell both at taking pictures and making calls. One of its newest Cyber-shot models in the series is the Sony Ericsson C902, which we just reviewed. Sony Ericsson introduced the C902 at the GSMA World Congress last February.
Though we've had to wait a long time to review it, the C902 is an appealing camera phone with a sleek design and a loaded … Read more
It's nice to know buying a camera can do some good in the world--besides chronicling your latest party or taking dramatic close-ups for your MySpace profile, of course.
As part of a retail promotion for Sony Cyber-shot digital cameras featuring Smile Shutter technology, the company says it will donate $100,000 to global charity Operation Smile, which provides free physical exams and reconstructive surgeries for children suffering from cleft lips, cleft palates, and other facial deformities. The promotion starts Friday.
Sony is also donating Cyber-shot digicams to more than 30 mission sites around the world so volunteers can record … Read more