CES 2007: Sony partner with AOL to bring online video content to your telly

CES 2007, Home cinema, Internet, Wi-Fi, Wireless home


Sony has announced that they’re going to make all their future BRAVIA televisions compatible with their new Internet Video Link technology, which makes it possible to access free internet video content, such as AOL Video through the television.

Your existing broadband connection is used, so there’s no need to connect to a computer, and the whole process can be managed (play, fast forward, rewind, find etc) from the remote. RSS feeds will also be able to be accessed through the television.

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Susi Weaser
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