Bummed out because you don't have enough 3D movies and you're sick of watching Avatard? Maybe you need a new TV. Like Philips's new 3D HDTV, which will take your 2D movies and TV shows and make them 3D. It's coming right at us!
Pure has another 200-series music player to go alongside its Contour 200i -- the Sensia 200D Connect. It's a touchscreen media streamer with internet radio, FM and digital radio, plus the ability to play any other music you've got squirreled away on your network.
It used to be you had to wait until you got home to enjoy the extreme footage captured by your GoPro camera. But the company is introducing an adorable add-on, which adds Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, letting you stream your exploits to a smartphone app and even control it remotely. It's an itty-bitty backpack!
The white version of the new Sony Xperia S has been snapped up by UK retailer Phones4U, which will be exclusively selling the shinier model from March. Meanwhile, both Three and O2 have announced plans to stock the first Sony-branded Xperia on the usual contracts. [Three]
I love the idea of a home automation system that means I never have to leave my couch. But I'm not willing to go through all the hassle of knocking down walls and rewiring every room in my house. The folks at Belkin agree, and have come up with the WeMo home automation system that makes bringing your home into the 23rd century dead easy.
Today during Sony's CES press conference, Sir Howard Stringer oh-so-casually dropped news about this prototype Crystal LED display they have in the works. As it turns out, it's probably the coolest thing Sony has at CES.
Glasses free 3D TV sounds crazy because, well, that would look a whole lot like real life. This newest Sony incarnation feels closer than ever — almost like Sony might actually one day Lasek our experience of the 3D TV.
Sure, you can spend £3,000 (or more) for a top-of-the-line HDTV with more bells and whistles than you can shake a remote at. But if you're on a budget, Panasonic's newest line of plasma HDTV's offer top-flight features for bargain-bin prices.
LED televisions until now have generally just used an LED power source to light the LCD display. This differs from the Jumbo-trons you see at sports arenas, where each pixel is an individual LED. Now, Sony's brought the big-screen technology to your living room with its Crystal LED Display.
I'm sure there are 3.5 people out there who will put Sony's portable Blu-ray player to great use. It has a 9-inch screen, 4.5 hours of battery life, and 1080p output via HDMI. But for the rest of us, The Sony SX910 is an extremely niche-y, borderline unnecessary piece of tech.