Sony kills its laptop and e-book business

Sony says goodbye to Vaio laptops and closes the Reader store in North America. Also, Apple blocks a popular Bitcoin wallet app and Keurig partners with Coca-Cola.

CNET Update says sayonara to Vaio:


In this episode of Update:

- Bid farewell to Sony's Vaio laptops, as the company is selling its PC business. Sony is also closing the Reader e-book business in North America.

- Catch up on the drama over Apple removing the Blockchain app from the App Store. Blockchain is one of the most popular Bitcoin wallet apps.

- Get excited for Amazon's console gaming plans, now that the company bought the studio Double Helix Games.

- Make your own Coca-Cola soda drinks at home with a future Keurig Cold home brewing machine.

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