32w ago - Sony Network Entertainment Marketing Coordinator Ashley Harris has detailed how to redeem a Music Unlimited 60 day free trial on Bravia TVs today.
Below are the details, to quote: We have an exciting offer for BRAVIA device owners who have not previously subscribed to redeem a 60 Day FREE Premium Trial for the Music Unlimited service.
Millions of songs available for streaming on demand and a variety of channels with no ads and unlimited skips!
Here's how to redeem:
Click here to create a Sony Entertainment Network account now.. if you already have an account, skip to Step #2.
Activate your device following the instructions on the account management page. Enter billing information using the account tab.
• Go to your device, click the home button => Sony Entertainment Network => Music Unlimited
• Select "Sign In" => "Account"
• Select "Choose Subscription" => "Premium" and follow the steps to redeem your 60 day trial.
This offer is available on other SONY devices too! Click here...
36w ago - Sony's Greg Belloni has announced today news regarding the integration of their Music Unlimited service with Bravia TVs.
Below are the details, to quote: If you own one of Sony's 2012 BRAVIA TVs, you'll be able to quickly and easily answer the following question: "Who sings that song?"
2012 Bravia TVs will feature Sony TrackID, allowing viewers to, with a push of a button, identify any song that's being played during a TV program they're watching.
By using Gracenote's advanced audio fingerprinting, Sony TrackID will show the song name and artist information for music played during TV shows, movies and even commercials.
Even better? After identifying the song that's being played, viewers will see direct links to the songs and/or artists on the Music Unlimited service, where listeners can listen to the whole song or more from that band or artist.
This is just one of the ways we're continuing to bring the Music Unlimited service to subscribers across a host of connected devices. Find out more here.
129w ago - Today Gamerzines.com (linked above) reports that the Sony BRAVIA KDL-22PX300 TV which includes a built-in PS2 has arrived in the UK- pretty neat for those without a PlayStation 2.
Below are the specifications, and to quote: "Sony's 22" TV, which retails at £199, features a PS2 console integrated directly into the stand, letting you play PS2 games and watch DVDs without the need for a separate console.
The 720p TV also includes BRAVIA Internet Video Access, allowing you access to streaming services like YouTube and on-demand television, plus four HDMI inputs."
Sony BRAVIA KDL-22PX300 PS2 Combo 22" LCD with Bravia Internet Video and Ready for Wi-Fi Specifications:
• HD Ready: Enjoy your TV shows and movies with the detail and quality of high definition.
• TV combo consisting of a TV and a PS2.
• BRAVIA Internet Video: A new way of watching television, can easily see the programs of the service a la carte TV, or streaming audiovisual content on-line sites like YouTube without a PC.
• Prepared for Wi-Fi with USB adapter.
• HD TV tuner integrated MPEG-4 AVC: forget the set and access to TV...
174w ago - In a recent interview, COO and President of Sony Electronics USA Stan Glasgow revealed that Bravia Internet Video Link is coming to the PS3 entertainment system.
The free HD Internet video streaming service gives users content from providers such as YouTube, AOL LLC, Yahoo Inc, Amazon, Netflix and more.
Although no specific details are available about it at the moment, Glasgow did confirm that the PlayStation 3 will get support for the Bravia Internet Video Link service in addition to other video streaming services in the near future.
To quote: "There's no indication if this will or won't make its way beyond the US border but we can always hope.
More streaming video services would definitely be welcome on the PS3, but assuming you can view this website you can probably do everything this will promise to do but on your PC."
187w ago - Today a video has surfaced showing a new PS3 Slim being thrown at 50mph into one of Sony's latest Bravia LCD TVs.
The stunt is part of Sony Australia's Bravia Bonus PS3 promotion, and those interested can see it in slow-motion below.
To quote from the video's YouTube page: Sony has literally put to the test what happens when you bring BRAVIA and PlayStation 3 together. In the first-ever, controlled conditions test of its kind, the new PS3 slim-line console has been catapulted into a BRAVIA LCD TV.
Fast facts on the crash test:
• PS3 Trajectory: Parabolic
• Impact Speed: 80km/hr = 22m/sec
• Mass of PS3: 3.2kg
• Kinetic energy of PS3 at point of impact: 774.4 joules
• PS3 deceleration: 246.9g = 2420 m/sec squared
• Force of PS3 on BRAVIA TV screen: 7744.0 newtons = 790.2kg force
• Sled deceleration: 40.0g = 392m/sec squared
• Force on sled: 470400.0newtons, 48000kg force = 48 tonnes force
• One 25kg metal bar stops the sled at the end of the track. A new bar is needed for every test
• Track speed: 80km
• Launch angle: 5 degrees
• Sled weight: 1.2 tonnes
• Track length: 60 metres, speed reaches 80km at 1 metre before impact
• Length PS3 travels...