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Compact in size and discreet enough for a small shop or cafe, Sony's 720p HD network surveillance cameras are available in four models.
More than eighty companies have already secured their place at Security 2010, including Bosch Security Systems, Hills Industries, Motorola and Sony.
Costco has announced it has more than a few prospects for development, amid claims that finding appropriate land space has proved to be a formidable challenge for the giant discount chain.
Sony unveiled four new ranges of Bravia televisions at its press conference in Las Vegas, three of which will be 3D compatible.
E-books are everywhere at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with at least a dozen unknown brands exhibiting at the show up against Sony and its nemesis Samsung.
It looks like a clock radio or digital photo frame on steroids but it is actually Sony's new Dash - a sophisticated wireless internet device that is more like a personalised seven-inch touch screen tablet.
Sony Australia has announced the local release details and pricing for its new bloggie mobile high definition snap camera, which was just unveiled at CES in Las Vegas.
Sony Australia is urging the retail sector to get serious about security, with new industry trends towards HD video security monitoring highlighting the need for retailers to review their security set-up for the protection of staff and the public.
According to a recent research report Apple is ranked number one in terms of consumer satisfaction among smartphone manufacturers and LG Electronics leads the pack when it comes to traditional handsets.