$400 beats competition
The PlayStation VR headset will launch in October 2016 for $400, €400, £350 or ¥44,980 in Japan. This means that the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation VR would be the cheapest way to get a desktop VR experience.
But the Gear VR is much cheaper
Sony has admitted that its Gear VR is not as good as the Oculus rift, but then you sort of expect that.
We bet Sony is unhappy
A hacking group fail0verflow has worked out a way of getting the Linux kernel-based operating system on the PS4.
Snapdragon 820 is a winner with the vendors
If you buy a high-end android phone it will almost certainly have a Snapdragon 820 under the bonnet.
A bit less bulky and used for VR
Sony has just patented the successor to the 1980's Nintendo Power Glove.
Flex sensors, pressure sensors, biometric sensors and more
New patents filed by Sony Computer Entertainment with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) reveal that the gaming giant is preparing to release a much-requested glove controller sometime in the future for its PlayStation VR platform, set to launch later this fall.
Three new smartphones from Sony
Sony has kicked of Mobile World Congress 2016 show in Barcelona with three new smartphones that will be a part of its new Xperia X series, the Xperia XA, Xperia X and the Xperia X Performance, all based on the same 5-inch screen but with different design and different chipsets.
According to interview with GameStop CEO
Sony’s entry into the virtual reality market may be just a few short months away, thanks to an interview segment with GameStop CEO Paul Raines with Fox Business on Monday.
Pre-orders begin $800 below MSRP
On Wednesday, Sony announced the availability of its latest line of 2016 premium 4K HDR-enabled Ultra High Definition television sets, complete with TRILUMINOS display technology, Sony’s 4K Processor X1 advanced image engine, and the Android TV operating system featuring home automation integration for IoT devices.
Provides the industry's smallest unit pixel at 1.0 µm
Sony has announced its new Exmor RS IMX318 sensor and claims it is the world's first sensor with a unit cell size of 1.0 µm × 1.0 µm. At the same time it is small at 6.858mm (1/2.6") and supports 22.5 megapixels.