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IFA 2015 | Sony confirms IFA 2015 press conference
Sony press event at IFA 2015 scheduled for September 2Sony IFA press event is now official
Sony will be present at the Berlin event between September 4 and 9, but has also confirmed a special press event that will take place on September 2.
by Codrut Nistor, 2015/08/04
World's leading trade show for home appliances and consumer electronics IFA takes place this year in Berlin as usual, starting on September 4. In every year, various special press events are being held by big names in the industry a few days in advance and Sony has just confirmed theirs for September 2.
The image shared by Sony Italia on Twitter shows a smartwatch, a DSLR camera, a Walkman with a large touchscreen, a smartwatch, a very thin TV or monitor, a pair of headphones, and a gaming controller, all appearing to be new products. In addition to them, there is also a smartphone similar to the Xperia M5 the company unveiled yesterday.
Sony is also expected to show the MPCL1 pico projector at IFA 2015, but it cannot be spotted in the image. Nevertheless, there is still a month left until this press event, and we should hear at least a few rumors about the things that Sony will show to the world, so stay tuned.
Sony at IFA 2015
Event • Aug 06, 2015 10:18 GMT
Sony at IFA 2015
SEP Hall 20, Messe Berlin
02 September 16:15 - 17:00
Messe accredited press can now register for the Sony Press Conference here: www.events.sony.eu/press
Doors open at 15:00 BST / 16:00 CET, press conference starts at 15:15 BST / 16:15 CET.
To book in for a tour of the booth to see the latest products straight after the press conference or throughout the show, please contact one of the press team.
We looking forward to seeing you there!
Then, the whole thing goes on in that direction for a while.
There is a famous quote: "In the short term, the market is a voting machine, in the long run it is weighing machine."
In the long run, the market gives us "minnows" the chance to swim with the tide and get in on the growth machine that is the U.S. economy. In the short run, it's a terrifying playground for the tough guys to rumble in.
And, yes, some big guys win and some lose. But it's powerful human beings with an eye on the almighty dollar and a fast trigger finger, not bogus macro economic "explanations," that move markets in a huge way.
In the meantime, stay cool. Patience will be profit and fear will be loss.
So what to make of the recent white-knuckle gyrations on Wall Street? Our contributor Ben Stein has some thoughts on that:
August is the cruelest month.
A good chunk of my savings disappeared as the stock market convulsed, and we're down at some points by well over 10 percent. Why did it happen?
The pundits and analysts appeared and said it was because of the Chinese devaluation and possible serious weakness in China. This, in turn, would devastate U.S. exports, supposedly, to China and sink the ship of our prosperity.
That was, and is, nonsense.
The U.S. economy's output is roughly $18.4 trillion per year. Total exports to China are very roughly $120 billion per year.
That a lot of hamburgers, but it's roughly seven-tenths of one percent of the U.S. economy.
If our exports to China fell by 20 percent -- a large number -- that would have only trifling effect on the U.S. economy -- very roughly one-tenth of one percent of U.S. output, trivial even for an economy as big as ours.
But at some moments the U.S. stock markets were off by more than a stupendous $2 TRILLION.
When the stock markets move 1,000 points in a few minutes, it's not because you and I are selling 1,000 shares of GE from our home computer. It is because immense hedge funds, high frequency trading funds, endowments and pension funds sell billions of dollars' worth at the push of a button.
They do it because they personally (and their clients) can possibly make immense sums of money on it.
Stocks move on markets because the big boys in New York or Hong Kong or London say to their traders, "Boys and girls, let's move this guy down! Start some rumors about weakness in China, and then sell like mad!"
Then the market starts to go down and everyone else piles on and it keeps going down until some other pit boss says, "Kids, let's move this whale up! Buy like crazy and I'll call the guys at CNBC and tell them we have data about strong new orders for widgets in Shanghai!"
Talking Heads on TV say it's all short covering. Well why did the shorts cover if Oil is going lower as they claim? Sorta like the boiler room FUDpackers who post here LOL
The S&P is comprised of a large percentage of energy companies. The Oil move higher should be reflected in the general market index.
Ask the general public if they know what a pico projector is or if they have heard that Sony will be selling them and right now the answer most likely would be NO. That will change, possibly as soon as this week, with the introduction and marketing campaign by Sony.
Oh well. IT's their life to waste.
3D on Sony 4K Projectors
Sony 4K - 3D Illustration
Conventional triple-flash 3D system (L) displays a picture to one eye at a time. Sony 4K 3D solution (R) shows the maximumavailable image to both eyes, simultaneously (Screen image simulated).
Most digital cinema projectors can only show an image to one eye at a time. They must alternate between the left eye image and the right. These systems are called triple-flash because they flash each picture three times. Sony 4K projectors have an advanced dual-lens adaptor system that shows two images to both eyes simultaneously, for more natural viewing. So you can enjoy the latest 3D content on the big screen, with depth so lifelike you’ll feel like you’re part of the action.
Hey hellbabyhillerby can you see yourself over and over and over in your house of mirrors. Do you really think you are all those people?
"Sony wouldn’t divulge just how big the current laser-projector module is, but shrinking it down small enough to fit into a phone seems like a logical next step. And like its image sensors, which are used in the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy, it could be another profitable branch for Sony’s component business."