You're not seeing things. The Crave giveaway has gone from weekly to daily (throughout the Christmas season), and we're raising the bar with a Sony Bravia KDL-32L5000. This 32-inch 720p HDTV earned three stars when David Katzmaier reviewed it recently. Normally, it goes for between $450 and $500. But we're giving you the chance to score it for free.
One important note: unlike most of our giveaways, this one isn't brand new. It is, in fact, the very model that Katzmaier tested. But that means it's barely been used and it's already been professionally … Read more
BERLIN--We're here at IFA at the Sony press conference, where Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer reckons the "3D train is on the track--and we're the ones to drive it home." 3D is Sony's big push, but we're more interested in the announcement of a movie-download service for PS3 and PSP, via the PlayStation Network.
Sony has announced its first 3D-compatible Bravia LCD TV, to arrive in 2010. It promises a high frame rate and 1,920x1,080 pixels per eye to give what Sony describes as "high-definition, high-quality 3D images." 3D-enabled Blu-ray … Read more
Netflix streaming will be coming to online-enabled Sony Bravia televisions this fall.
Once enabled via a software update, the Netflix feature will give Bravia sets access to the same 12,000-title catalog of Netflix streaming movies and TV shows that's available on a growing number of devices, including the Xbox 360, Roku Player, and all recent Samsung and LG Blu-ray players and home theater systems.
Compatible Sony TVs include the XBR9 series, the Z5100 series, and the W5100 series. However, a wider variety of sets can access the Netflix feature by adding the Sony Bravia Internet Video Link, an … Read more