Thursday, 14th July 2011, 08:03:45
Businesses contemplating adopting unified communications to allow the use of video streaming in the office environment could be interested in a new product from Sony.
The technology company has today (July 13th) announced plans to launch its first 3D streaming service, which will provide access to a range of clips and content from a variety of genres.
Available as part of its Bravia LCD television range, the free-of-charge 3D Experience will soon feature Wimbledon 2011 highlights.
The innovative service has initially been launched for customers in the UK, Canada, Germany, France and the US.
Avid cinema fans will be able to catch up on trailers they missed at the cinema, including Green Hornet and Monster House in 3D, as well as music promotional clips.
This news comes after the technology giant announced plans to work alongside Adobe in a bid to bring "unique Androd applications" to its new Sony Tablet devices.
Posted by Judy Gifford
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