Sony Corporation commonly referred to as Sony, styled Sony /ˈsoʊniː/, is a
Japanese ..... In July 2000, a marketing executive working for Sony Corporation
created a fictitious film cr...
The Sony name was created by combining "SONUS," the original Latin for "
SONIC," meaning sound, with "SONNY," denoting small size, or a youthful boy. It
According to Sony, "In 1979, an empire in personal portable entertainment was
created with the ingenious foresight of Sony Founder and Chief Advisor, the late
Mar 13, 2011 ... Walkman is actually a Sony trademark and was the name used for portable tape
or cassette deck players. These were meant for the listening ...
Jul 1, 2009 ... The original Sony Walkman, the first personal stereo tape deck, which ... when
the Netherlands-based electronics firm Philips first created it for ...
Sony had to confront lawsuit by Andreas Pavel. Andreas claimed that he was the
one who invented portable player known as Stereobelt in year 1972. He also ...
Jul 1, 2014 ... The first of Sony's iconic portable cassette tape players went on sale on this day,
July 1st, back in 1979 for $150. As the story goes, Sony ...
Feb 5, 2015 ... Commercialized by Sony in 1991, lithium-ion took the clunky ... Lead-acid was
not a new invention—it was created in 1859 by Gaston Planté.
May 1, 2014 ... ... as one individual did not invent every part of the compact disc. ... The new
standard was proposed by Philips and Sony in 1980 as “Red ...
... formation of Sony Ericsson. Sony Ericsson, the mobile telephone company
formed by Ericsson and Sony in 2001, was born of two, coincidental, serious