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(trademark) a pocket-sized stereo system with light weight earphones

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Both Sony Walkman series players support WMA, AAC, ATRAC, AAC, HE-AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF and Apple Lossless.
The course used the case study of the Sony Walkman to illustrate the field's themes and how culture works in late-modern societies, helping students critically reflect on contemporary cultural practices through historical comparison and the case of the Sony Walkman.
Sale items include a Sony Walkman MP3 player at $49, a $100 Wal-Mart Gift Card bundled with a $399 Sony PlayStation 3, and Warhawk, Resistance and MotorStorm video games for $19.
They looked very cosy at the Sony Walkman launch party last week.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 19, 2007 - (JCN Newswire) - KDDI Corporation and Sony Corporation are pleased to announce the 'au x Sony MUSIC PROJECT,' a new service which combines au's 'LISMO' (Listen Mobile Service) music service with Sony Walkman and 'NETJUKE' HDD stereo system compatibility.
To celebrate the occasion, we have a Sony Walkman and five copies of the official Nationwide Mercury prize album to give away.
Sony Ericsson has also launched music rollers potable MP3 Sony Walkman which has the support of technology from Sony Inc.
The Apple Powerbook 100, which was created in 1991 as the first lightweight PC, topped the poll, pushing the TV remote control and Sony Walkman into second and third places.
Police are sifting through hundreds of hours of CCTV footage from garages and shops along the route between the murder scene at Twickenham Green, south west London, and Walton-on-Thames, where her house keys, purse and CD Sony Walkman were found in the water.
Imagine the loss if Akio Morita, chairman of Sony, had listened to his market research and not created the portable tape recorder, ultimately leading to the Sony Walkman.
Akito Morita decides in 1980 to develop the Sony Walkman, allowing young people to listen to their own choice of music wherever they went.
She disposes of all her earthly goods except a pink SONY Walkman and her Bach cassettes, acquires a used motorcycle (a Puch 800 with sidecar), a black leather jumpsuit, and a Carmelite nun's habit, and sets off for Italy, France, England, and Germany.