Crossword clues for sony
- Company that introduced the transistor radio in 1952
- Major TV brand
- ___ Pictures (entertainment company)
- Discman maker
- "Like no other" sloganeer
- ___ Pictures
- "make.believe" sloganeer
- Memory Stick manufacturer
- LG Electronics competitor
- Vaio manufacturer
- Owner of Columbia Pictures
- Maker of Aibo robotic pets
- Conglomerate originally named Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo
- Tokyo-based electronics giant
- RCA competitor
- Company co-founded by Akio Morita
- Audio industry giant
- Hitachi competitor
- Toshiba rival
- CD player maker
- Big name in electronics
- Electronics giant
- Fisher rival
- Walkman maker
- Trinitron TV maker
- Sharp competitor
- PlayStation maker
- PlayStation 2 maker
- Handycam maker
- Magnavox rival
- Big name in television
- Mitsubishi competitor
- Sharp rival
- Matsushita competitor
- MGM Studios owner
- Camcorder maker
n. (alternative spelling of sonny English)
, commonly referred to as Sony, styled SONY , is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Kōnan Minato, Tokyo, Japan. Its diversified business includes consumer and professional electronics, gaming, entertainment and financial services. The company is one of the leading manufacturers of electronic products for the consumer and professional markets. Sony is ranked 116th on the 2015 list of Fortune Global 500.
Sony Corporation is the electronics business unit and the parent company of the Sony Group, which is engaged in business through its four operating segments – electronics (including video games, network services and medical business), motion pictures, music and financial services. These make Sony one of the most comprehensive entertainment companies in the world. Sony's principal business operations include Sony Corporation ( Sony Electronics in the U.S.), Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Sony Music Entertainment, Sony Mobile Communications (formerly Sony Ericsson) and Sony Financial. Sony is among the Worldwide Top 20 Semiconductor Sales Leaders and as of 2013, the fourth-largest television manufacturer in the world, after Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics and TCL.
The is a Japan-based corporate group primarily focused on the Electronics (such as AV/IT products and components), Game (such as the PlayStation), Entertainment (such as motion pictures and music) and Financial Services (such as insurance and banking) sectors. The group consists of Sony Corporation (holding and electronics), Sony Interactive Entertainment (games), Sony Pictures Entertainment (motion pictures), Sony Music Entertainment (music), Sony/ATV Music Publishing (music publishing), Sony Financial Holdings (financial services) and others.
The company's current slogan is BE MOVED. Their former slogans were make.believe (2009–2014) and like.no.other (2005–2009).
Sony is a member of the SMFG ( Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group) keiretsu, the successor to the Mitsui keiretsu to which it previously belonged.
Sony is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation.
Sony may also refer to:
- Sony, Mali, commune in the Cercle of Kayes in the Kayes Region of south-western Mali
- Sony Music Entertainment, a music corporation
- Sony Pictures Entertainment, a film and television distributor which owns Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures
- Jean Sony (born 1986), Haitian footballer
- Warrick Sony (born 1958), South African composer
Usage examples of "sony".
With a wall-mounted HDLCD unit from Sony like the one Marit had, that was the rough equivalent of using a professional Cuisinart to process dried out dog food.
Sony Vaio notebook computer as the motorcade sped along at well over seventy miles an hour.
Chewed limbs he ran ahunting amongst the wild Outhouses, wantonly skewering hell-beasties with his bow and his sharp arrows, conversing with famous Caesars of Rome and Kings of Africa and other dead folk condemned to the perditious gray lands of Hades, and flexing his biceps for the New Tourists and their new-fangled electronic Nikons and Leicas, their Sony videocams.
Viva Espania, and Sony, and Yamaha, and Suzuki, and Honda, and Hitachi, and Toshiba, and Kawasaki, and Nissan, and Minolta, and Panasonic, and Mitsu-bloody-bishi!
Mills Breitenbach, a tech specialist from the San Fran field office, put a hand to his ear while fiddling with some knobs on a metal device camouflaged to look like a Sony minidisc player.
Kyle and I walked back to the Kapstone offices where someone had set up a Sony Betamax VCR along with several yellow legal pads and sharpened pencils for the taking of notes.
The Lama, or Rinpoche, is busy listening to a five-band Sony shortwave radio.
On the Sony, a two-dimen-sional space war faded behind a forest of mathematically generated ferns, demonstrating the spacial possibilities of log-arithmic spirals cold blue military footage burned through, lab animals wired into test systems, helmets feeding into fire con.
On the Sony, a two-dimensional space war faded behind a forest of mathematically generated ferns, demonstrating the spacial possibilities of logarithmic spirals cold blue military footage burned through, lab animals wired into test systems, helmets feeding into fire con.
On the Sony, a two-dimen sional space war faded behind a forest of mathematically generated ferns, demonstrating the spacial possibilities of log arithmic spirals cold blue military footage burned through, lab animals wired into test systems, helmets feeding into fire con.
Webber and Compton were kneeling beside the module, attaching the line that linked the Hosaka surgeons with the Sony biomonitor in the command post.
Beside the transceiver was an elaborate Sony biomonitor, linked directly with the surgical pod and charged with the medical history recorded in Mitchell?
In the hall, the volume on Koontz's small Sony was turned down and Henry Bowers could sense him, head cocked to one side, one hand on the TV's volume knob, the fingers of the other hand touching the cylinder which bulged in the righthand pocket of his whites - the roll of quarters.
I checked the display to make sure the power supply was on and I was still on channel one, then bunged the Sony back inside my jacket.
Sonies sent a shock wave chattering across Allgood, blurred his image.