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Howard Stringer, Sony's CEO, delivered his company's vision of the future Thursday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Stringer demonstrates a prototype of glasses that let you watch videos through the lenses.
Stringer shows of some of Sony's forthcoming TV technology.
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.
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.
Sony's protoype of a flexible OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screen is demonstrated at CES.
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.
Attendees saw this preview of the upcoming Pixar film Up.
Actor Tom Hanks makes an appearance to banter with Stringer.
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.