What an exciting second day at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show. The Sony booth here featured lots of great activity, from presentations on user experience to a discussion between Men in Black 3 director Barry Sonnenfeld and make-up legend Rick Baker on some of the alien creature designs that will be seen in this year’s blockbuster release.

For the Sony Entertainment Network yesterday offered the second in a one-two punch combination: After Monday’s announcement of the Music Unlimited service’s expansion into more countries we were thrilled to unveil the number of tracks in the Music Unlimited service has ballooned to 15 million. That’s 15 million songs that can be accessed anywhere through a variety of connected devices.

Day Three has lots more in store, culminating in the much-anticipated marriage of the Internet and TV. If you haven’t checked out the happy couple’s wedding invitation you can do so right here.

You can view photos from Day Two on our Facebook page and be sure to like us there and follow us on Twitter for more updates throughout the day.

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