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Sony Teams Up With Netflix in an Attempt to Please TV Nerds Sony Teams Up With Netflix in an Attempt to Please TV Nerds

At a glitzy event near Times Square on Tuesday, Sony unveiled its new lineup of Bravia flagship TVs. (The company literally pulled a veil off of them, according to an eyewitness account from this blogger.) The new TVs are collectively called the Master Series, and the screens are designed to offer image quality that’s…

Sony's Bravia Business Split Into Three In Attempt to Save TV Brand Sony's Bravia Business Split Into Three In Attempt to Save TV Brand

After eight-straight years of losses, Sony's splitting its Bravia TV business into three and cutting back. The surviving TV arms will be Sony-made LCDs, outsourced displays and next-gen TVs.

Sony's Bravia LED LCD HDTV Lineup: XBR-LX900 and XBR-HX900 Go 3D, and Wi-Fi Abounds Sony's Bravia LED LCD HDTV Lineup: XBR-LX900 and XBR-HX900 Go 3D, and Wi-Fi Abounds

Sony's launching thirty-eight TVs. The best, the XBR-LX900, is a 3D-ready edge-lit LED set that goes up to 60 inches with 240Hz, Wi-Fi (for video services like Netflix), face detection (for auto-backlight dimming) and an anti-reflective panel. And Three-Dee.

Realizing We're all Poor, Sony Launches Budget Line of Networked Bravia HDTVs Realizing We're all Poor, Sony Launches Budget Line of Networked Bravia HDTVs

Considering we're one financial slipup away from living out The Grapes of Wrath, we can now get excited when Sony crams higher-end features like network widgets into their budget-friendly, W-series Bravia LCD HDTVs.

Sony Bravia XBR9 and Z-Series LCDs Get 240Hz and Built-In Internets, Cheapo V-Series Goes 120Hz Sony Bravia XBR9 and Z-Series LCDs Get 240Hz and Built-In Internets, Cheapo V-Series Goes 120Hz

Surprisingly, no massive or LED-backlit LCDs from Sony, just bread-and-butter updates. Its higher end XBR9 and Z-series sets finally get built-in internet, no stupid add-on required, while cheapo TVs get formerly high-end goodness.

Sony Bravia VE5 LCDs Turn Themselves On for You, Make Eco Sexytime With Hot Cathode Fluorescent Lamp Sony Bravia VE5 LCDs Turn Themselves On for You, Make Eco Sexytime With Hot Cathode Fluorescent Lamp

The Captain Planet-secreted secret sauce in Sony's "Eco" Bravia VE5 sets is their Hot Cathode Fluorescent Lamp, which cuts power consumption by 40 percent.

Sony's Enormous Bravia Zoetrope Caught Zoetroping Sony's Enormous Bravia Zoetrope Caught Zoetroping

As reported yesterday, Sony's new Bravia ad will feature the world's largest zoetrope, a 10m tribute to those Olde-Tyme Rotational Animation Dee-vices displayed in local children's museums. You know, with the horses? Here's a video.

Sony Japan Releases SDK For Bravia TV Apps Sony Japan Releases SDK For Bravia TV Apps

Sony became the latest to jump on the app trend bandwagon, but not with a product you'd automatically equate with downloading itty bitty widgets. The company has released an App development kit for its line of Bravia television sets. It expects people to create things like small multiplayer online games, weather and…

Sony Brings Out Energy-Efficient 32-Inch LCD in Japan Sony Brings Out Energy-Efficient 32-Inch LCD in Japan

The Bravia KDL-32JE1 is an energy-efficient TV from Bravia which consumes just 89W of power, compared to 160W on an equivalent Bravia. It also uses plastic parts recycled from other Sony departments, such as the plastic waste from collected TVs, polystyrene packaging and the waste from the optical film from LCD TVs.…

Japan Sony's Bravia F Series Are Thinner, Have 24p Cinema Mode Japan Sony's Bravia F Series Are Thinner, Have 24p Cinema Mode

Sony has upped its LCD count again, releasing its Bravia F Series. At just over an inch thick, the TVs, which come in 46-, 42- and 32-inch sizes and can be wall-mounted, have 24p Cinema mode and a contrast ratio of 3000:1. Oh, and a more simple remote unit, apparently. While these are Japan only models, the US line…

Sony's Japan-Only Bravia M-Series Get Multicolored, Bunny-Style Sony's Japan-Only Bravia M-Series Get Multicolored, Bunny-Style

Sony Japan has updated their low-end Bravias with two M-Series LCD TVs. The 20-inch KDL-20M1 and 16-inch KDL-16M1 share common technology, with 1366 x 768 pixel screens with a 178-degree viewing angle, and an updated Bravia 2 video engine. The fun starts with the colored frames these TVs have: Sony seems to have…

Sony Bravia Ad Covers Pyramid in String

This Sony Bravia ad that aired in Egypt may or may not "take inspiration" from an uncredited artist (we haven't checked), but it is quite neat. Not to spoil the ending for you (it gets covered in string!) but, well, a pyramid gets covered in string. If actual Sony Bravia refresh rates were this bad, we'd go pick up a…

Sony Bravia Ad Showcases Mick, Keef and a Tsunami of Bunnies

Our Jesus will be a happy bunny. The new Bravia ad from Sony has one of his favorite tracks ever: The Stones' She's A Rainbow. I'm happy because there's a giant rabbit made out of Play-Doh, and New Yorkers are happy because— well, it never pays to be typecast, does it? [Sony Bravia via Media Guardian]

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Sony Bravia KDF-50E3000 Micro-Display TV Hands (and Eyes)-On Sony Bravia KDF-50E3000 Micro-Display TV Hands (and Eyes)-On

We got a closer look at all of Sony's rear-projection TVs today, otherwise known as micro-displays, and these units had three LCDs inside a cabinet that the company says is 22% slimmer than previous Sony Grand Wega Projection TVs. Here's a good look at the side of the slimmed-down 50 inch KDF-50E3000, a 1080p TV whose…

Sony Adds Three Skinny Rear-Screen Projection TVs to Bravia Line Sony Adds Three Skinny Rear-Screen Projection TVs to Bravia Line

Sony rolled out some improbably thin rear projectors that aim to solve that problem of excessive depth of rear screen projector TVs. The Bravia line of 3-LCD microdisplay rear-screen projector TVs are 22% slimmer than the previous Sony Grand Wega projection TVs.

Slate on Tech Adwatch: New Bravia Ad Graded "WTF"

It's designed to ensnare DVR owners and lead them to a nonsensical, weak slogan followed by more ad content that archaically and lamely plays off of gender stereotypes.

Sony Adds Two Fancy 1080p 52-inchers to Top of Bravia LCD Line Sony Adds Two Fancy 1080p 52-inchers to Top of Bravia LCD Line

Sony showed the biggest Bravia LCD TVs yet at CEDIA today, a couple of 52-inch 1920x1080 (1080p) panels with HDMI inputs. The KDL-52XBR2 has a piano black finish while the KDL-52XBR3 looks more like aircraft silver. We've seen a few of the earlier 1080p Bravia LCDs, and it's hard to imagine how they would improve…

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