Tag Archives: Sony

Sony ups challenge to Apple with new music and video service

Sony is to announce a new internet-based music and video subscription service to run across all its devices including Playstations, Vaio computers, Blu-ray video players, Walkmans, Bravia TVs and Sony Ericsson mobiles. Millions of Sony consumers already access the internet ...

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Anomaly dumps Diesel – or was it the other way round?

It was certainly a short and, it would seem, not especially sweet relationship anyway as trendy integrated agency Anomaly has resigned Diesel after just nine months, shortly after producing its much-hyped ‘Be Stupid’ global campaign for the Italian fashion brand. ...

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Why Google TV won’t work

It won’t work because it’s complex (yet another box), costly, people don’t want to surf on their TVs, it will add to advertising audience fragmentation and (in the US) you can get most of the good bits already on cable. ...

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Google unveils its Apple-basher TV

As ever Google is doing its damndest to steer us into a bright new future, in particular one in which “one man, one company, one device, one carrier” doesn’t rule the roost and our wallets. That wouldn’t be Steve Jobs, ...

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Google and Intel team with Sony to crack set top TV market

Google and Intel are teaming to offer a ‘smart TV’ platform aimed at bringing web services into the box in the corner of the room by combining Google’s Android operating system with Intel’s Atom microprocessor. The key to this latest ...

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World Cup marketing battles kick off

A small pub in Pretoria, South Africa, host to next month’s football World Cup, has just been banned from putting up a sign that reads “World Cup 2010”. The pub had fallen foul of the courts, which deemed that it’s ...

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