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Even James Bond and Spider-Man can't rescue Sony Corp., the beleaguered Japanese electronics maker.

In "Skyfall," actor Daniel Craig's 007 uses Sony's Xperia T smartphone, while Andrew Garfield's title character in "The Amazing Spider-Man" wields an Xperia X10 Mini Pro. The two movies, released by Sony this year, have grossed more than $1.7 billion combined, compared with the company's $10 billion in total losses during the past four fiscal years.


Remotely start your vehicle, charge your EV's battery, and beam music and destinations to your car's dashboard with these car commanding apps.

OK, so you you can't remotely drive a BMW with a phone like James Bond does in "Tomorrow Never Dies," but there are plenty of real apps that will let you take control of your car and its tech with little more than your smartphone and a data connection. From beaming destinations to your Toyota's navigation system with Entune to remotely unlocking your doors with GM's OnStar RemoteLink

Just in time for the release of the latest James Bond flick dubbed Skyfall, AT&T has announced the availability of the Sony Xperia TL. Yes, folks that’s the so-called “official James Bond phone.”

You might not own an Aston Martin, BMW or Lotus like James Bond, but you can certainly get yourself a few in-car gadgets to satisfy that craving to become a secret agent. Here's a round-up of some of the coolest in-car gadgets on the market. Handpresso...

In their annual CES movie directors' panel, Panasonic and 20th Century Fox Tuesday hosted three men who have directed James Bond films, on the occasion of the series' 50th anniversary and upcoming Blu-ray release.

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