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Two weeks after Sony released their first 'Two will' video, the "Going Smoothly" flick for S1 and S2 is out.
After releasing the first video dubbed “First Impression” two weeks ago, Sony released the second in its series of ‘Two Will’ five teaser videos for their upcoming Android-powered tablets.
The new video is called “Going Smoothly,” and it features the two tablets communicating through a native e-mail app. The S1 tablet have a 9.4-inch touchscreen and Tegra 2 processor, while the S2 features a folding design and two 5.5 inch screens — which goes along virtual PlayStation buttons. Both tablets will have access to Sony’s Qriocity and video service and support DLNA media streaming.
When the fifth and the final video is released, the tablets might be ready for launch. Based on the gap between the first two videos, it is predicted that the tablets will be release in mid-August.
Check the second teaser video of S1 and S2 after the break.Read the rest of the article »
After a couple of announcements, Sony is said to bring the PlayStation in full restoration this Wednesday.
Sony’s PlayStation Network will end its 11-week outage, as its service comes in complete restoration in Japan this Wednesday. Last April 20, Sony PSN and Qriocity experienced a hack attack, which brought 77 million users’ private information in jeopardy and cost the company for almost $70 million.
The company also announced a couple of deadline recovery for the past months, including the April 21 statement that it can be a day or two before PlayStation Network gets fully restored. Kazuo Hirai, Sony’s Executive Deputy President, promised the services’ restoration by the end of the week on May 1. Then on May 14, Sony announced the initial phase of PSN’s resumption. The latest announcement was made on May 30, wherein the company promised a full restoration by the end of the week.
However, the Sony PlayStation Network subscribers can only hope that this will be the company’s last announcement of complete restoration. In addition to this, the Welcome Back program was also extended until 12:00 pm today.View Article Source »
Sony encountered another security breach again, as its Online Entertainment services is under cyber attack.
Following the chaos created by a security breach in its PSN and Qriocity, Sony is once again under cyber attack with its Online Entertainment services.
Sony also added that the security breach may also affect older credit card data from their 2007 database. These data may include bank accounts, debit card and credit card expiration dates and numbers from certain subscribers from Spain, Netherlands, Austria and Germany.
The Sony Online Entertainment is now offline and they are seeking help from an outside security firm.Read the rest of the article »
More than 6 weeks of waiting and suffering till Sony's user subscriber can access again the PSN and Qriocity services.
Online services is still down and it will take additional 3 weeks long to be able to fully work as Sony announced. The company is in the process of adopting an improved security system and its plan to restart the services fully by May 31 is unchanged, he said. Sony shut down the PlayStation Network and Qriocity services April 20 because of possible data theft by hackers.
Sony aimed to re-launch some services (including Home, chat functionality and friends lists) during last week, but delayed its plans in order to finalize testing of what it claims is a reconstructed and more secure network. For the time being, Sony will likely focus on getting new PS3 firmware out to allow users to update their usernames and passwords, and restoring online gaming, which has been deactivated since April 20.View Article Source »
Now is the right time to talk about Sony's line of Google HDTVs. Mainly because at long last, it's here. The home entertainment showcase you been long wishing for to come. Internet TV that will let you sit back, relax and surf within the comfort of your home.
Many of us is longing for this event to happen. Please welcome Sony’s Internet HDTV or popularly known as Google TV. The device is unwrapped yesterday at the New York City press conference. It’s the first and only Internet TV in the world powered by Google. This new kick-ass TV shows off a 1080p edge-lit LED screens, four USB ports, four HDMI inputs and Wi-Fi capabilities. Available in all four sizes, 24″, 32″, 40″ and 46″. The 24″ model rings in at $599 while the 46″ will cost you a hefty $1,399. It also includes a funky white set-top box with built-in Blu-ray player for $399.
Now you can stream thoroughly to Hulu, Twitter, Netflix, YouTube and Pandora right in the comfort of your living room. It also comes with search engine support and Android apps that everyone in the family will surely enjoy.
The Google TV is equipped with a remote control. The remote will somehow remind you of the PS3 controller with a QWERTY keypad. Google TV remote adapted the remote design of PS3. It will be be available in SonyStyle.com on Saturday while on Sunday it will be for sale in BestBuy stores all over the nation. This is really some exciting news!
Click this link to read the official statement from Sony.View Article Source »
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