Sony, Google in Vaio Deal

Sony, Google in Vaio Deal

Tōkyō : Japan | Aug 31, 2009 at 6:40 PM PDT
Source: Asian Wall Street Journal
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Until last spring, Sony's Vaio PCs in the U.S. carried only Internet Explorer, but now they are equipped with both browsers. A Sony spokesman said the Japanese electronics conglomerate doesn't have any plan to start putting Chrome in Vaio PCs sold outside the U.S. "Our decision to carry Chrome is based... FULL ARTICLE AT Asian Wall Street Journal
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