Keynote

Howard Stringer, Sony's CEO, delivered his company's vision of the future Thursday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
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Video glasses

Stringer demonstrates a prototype of glasses that let you watch videos through the lenses.
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Sony TV

Stringer shows of some of Sony's forthcoming TV technology.
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Future tech

Stringer discusses future Sony tech, including a next-generation clock radio. It features a Wi-Fi digital display with weather, news, and sports widgets created with the Chumby hackable interface.
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Wi-Fi camera

Sony's CEO announces the company's first Wi-Fi digital camera. Consumers can upload photos directly to the Web from the camera via Wi-Fi hotspots.
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Prototype OLED screen

Sony's protoype of a flexible OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screen is demonstrated at CES.
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Blu-ray and Disney

John Lasseter, head of Pixar Studios at Disney, takes to the stage Thursday to explain why he's a fan of Blu-ray for watching movies at home.
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Pixar preview

Attendees saw this preview of the upcoming Pixar film Up.
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Hanks

Actor Tom Hanks makes an appearance to banter with Stringer.
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PlayStation

Kaz Hirai, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Company of America, discusses the company's PlayStation platform strategy during the Sony keynote event Thursday at CES.
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