Sony's CEO Kazuo Hirai opened up the company's press conference with a statement about the recent massive hack Sony suffered. It was the first time Hirai had spoken publicly about the breach and controversy over the film "The Interview."
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Hirai didn't share any new updates about the breach, but he did say that Sony employees were victims of a "vicious and malicious cyberattack" and that freedom of speech and expression are "very important" to Sony.
Hirai also thanked the telecommunications and Internet companies which helped with the film's eventual release, and offered his thanks to those who had gone out to see the movie in theaters or purchased rights to watch it online.
Sony also showed off new products including a very thin television and its new Sony Action Camera, a Go-Pro-like device that is aimed at recording action-packed footage.
The common theme between these products is that they either display or shoot in 4K -- an ultra-high definition format.