Sonos Inc, makers of wireless HiFi stereo systems, announced a system software update today that promises a host of new features as well as deeper integration with two of the Internet's largest streaming music providers. Here's what's new.
Shaped like a folded over magazine, Sony's Tablet S is maybe the weirdest looking tablet we've ever seen. But it's also the most comfortable.
Do you remember Sony? Not the guys who let your PSN account get hacked, or the ones who loved their proprietary formats more than their customers. The Sony you grew up with, who made the gear you couldn't live without. I hope you do. Because it looks like they might just be back.
These tablets, codenamed S1 and the S2, are why we need Sony—the Sony we love—in a world where almost every gadget of consequence is effectively a blank slate for software.
Sony's CEO Sir Howard Stringer has been a very naughty boy of late, caught blabbing to the press and revealing important titbits about the possible inclusion of an 8MP sensor in the iPhone 5, and now, Sony's plans to release a Honeycomb tablet by the tail-end of summer in the US.. This is according to the Japanese…