Monday, 27 January 2020
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Sony's excellent WH-1000XM3 noise-canceling headphones are on sale for $230

Added: 23.01.2020 18:19 | 10 views | 0 comments

This is one of the best deals to date for these top-rated over-the-ear 'phones, which retail for $350.

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Sony XBR75X900F X900F Series 75″ 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV - $1698.00

Added: 23.01.2020 17:52 | 18 views | 0 comments

This Sony XBR75X900F X900F Series 75" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV features 4K resolution. ...

Tags: 4K, Ultra HD, Sony
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Sony XBR-75X800G 75″ 4K Ultra HD HDR Android Smart LED TV - $1023.00

Added: 22.01.2020 18:55 | 22 views | 0 comments

This Sony XBR-75X800G 75" 4K Ultra HD HDR Android Smart LED TV features 4K resolution and Dual Full Range Bass Reflex Speakers. ...

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Sony PlayStation 4 gets YouTube TV just as it loses Vue service

Added: 21.01.2020 18:34 | 29 views | 0 comments

CNET's favorite live TV streaming option is now available to PlayStation 4 owners.

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Smith dedicates Sony Open win to fellow Australians

Added: 20.01.2020 17:40 | 7 views | 0 comments

Cameron Smith hopes his Sony Open win helps Australians smile "for a moment or two" as the country battles its bushfire crisis.

From: www.bbc.co.uk

Japan, U.S. lead survey's corporate climate change action 'A List'

Added: 20.01.2020 9:14 | 40 views | 0 comments

BT , Danone , Microsoft and Sony are among 178 companies with top marks in the latest global ranking of transparency and action on climate change.

From: feeds.reuters.com

Sony XBR75X900F X900F Series 75″ 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV - $1698.00

Added: 19.01.2020 21:17 | 26 views | 0 comments

This Sony XBR75X900F X900F Series 75" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV features 4K resolution. ...

Tags: 4K, Ultra HD, Sony
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Sony's Foolish Failure to Learn From Microsoft's Mistake

Added: 19.01.2020 18:18 | 3 views | 0 comments

Microsoft has learned a lot of very hard lessons over the last couple of decades, and it continues to surprise and annoy me that other firms seem to have the suicidal tendency to learn the same lessons the hard way. It is far better and cheaper to avoid the mistakes of others, but firms like Apple, Google and, most recently, Sony seem to want to experience past Microsoft disasters first hand.

From: www.technewsworld.com

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