Xperia... Sony has heard about the English language....
Following most other smartphone manufacturers which have released partial lists of devices that will be graced with Google's latest Android 7.0 Nougat OS, Sony has also "unveiled" its own negligee like list of devices.
"PS4 Slim" refresh along with 4K PlayStation Neo
Over the weekend, new images emerged of a second PlayStation 4 console that Sony is expected to release next month alongside its anticipated mid-generation hardware refresh known collectively as the “PlayStation Neo” or 4K-capable PlayStation 4.
At least in the UK
MIcrosoft's Xbox One has finally overtaken Sony's PS4 – at least in British sales.
But you will not need a Neo
Sony has confirmed that its PlayStation Neo is not a requirement for PlayStation VR, but you will need rather a lot of space and it will work better if you are sitting down
Things could have been a lot worse
Sony’s operating profit fell in its first quarter by 42 percent but the company managed to contain the earthquake damage to one of its image sensor factories.
Analysts consult their tarot cards
Diviners and shamans working at the Taipei-based Topology Research Institute have been rattling their bones and consulting their tarot cards and reached the conclusion that Sony will sell six million PlayStation VR (PS VR) headsets in 2016.
Ends six years of litigation
After six years of litigation, Sony is now agreeing to pay the price for its 2010 firmware update that removed support for the Linux operating system in the PlayStation 3.
Xiaomi warns it could all go so wrong
The trend towards waterproofing smartphones could end badly, according to Xiaomi CEO Lin Jun.
20 million units in fiscal 2016
Sony has quite an aggressive forecast as the company plans to sell 20 million PlayStation 4 units in fiscal 2016. This should represent a healthy 8.3 percent increase year over year.
Receives power wirelessly through a built-in antenna
Recently, Sony Computer Entertainment filed a patent with the USPTO to integrate a camera into a wearer's contact lens, complete with the imaging sensor as well as data storage and a wireless communication module. The technology, powered wirelessly and controlled by blinking, also offers the possibility of auto-focus, zooming and image stabilization.