Sony released Firmware update for BRAVIA TVs, bring Skype and other goodies

Sony has announced that they have released a Firmware update to BRAVIA TVs, which will bring some new features to your TV, along with the ability to use Skype and to control your TV and surf the web using the Media Remote function on your smartphone or Remote Keyboard function on VAIO notebooks.

To apply the new update, you need simply to connect your TV to the Internet, either with a cable or through a wireless network, and you’ll be notified when firmware updates are available. The update also will allow you easier access to your social networks from the comfort of the sofa, which now should be even much easier, using the free Media Remote app for smartphones Android-based smartphone, iPhone,iPad or the Remote Keyboard function on any Windows 7-based Vaio notebook.

Skype on Sony HX920

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