Attack Donkey Kong
Sony and Honda, the two Japanese tech giants, have teamed up to create a new electric car brand called Afeela, which they unveiled at CES 2023. This year, at a media event, they stunned the audience by driving the EV onto the stage using nothing but a PS5 controller.
Revealed when scanned
Sony's highly confidential information about its PlayStation business was revealed by mistake during the court battle between the FTC and Microrosft.
Seems to be sticking with smartphone making for now
Sony company has struck a multi-year deal with Qualcomm to use Snapdragon platforms to power its handsets.
Now the FTC wants to give the field to Nintendo and Sony
Microsoft has told a court that it has been losing the console wars to Sony and Nintendo and needs to buy Activision Blizzard to keep its head above water.
Sony's chief executive has warned that cloud gaming is still technically "very tricky," playing down the risk to the console maker of the industry quickly converting to a technology on which its rival Microsoft has invested shedloads of cash.
How do you do Project Q?
Sony teased its Project Q which is a PlayStation handheld focused on steaming.
Watchdog might have been listening to the wrong side
Yesterday’s move by the United Kingdom’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to block the Activision Blizzard acquisition has been blasted by those it was meant to protect.
Results better than expected
Sony previously forecast an operating profit of US $8.8 billion and $85.7 billion in revenue. The company beat its forecast with US $9 billion in operating profit -- a company record.
The company behind the Raspberry Pi line of computers has raised fresh investment from Sony's semiconductor unit, in a deal aimed at advancing its efforts in artificial intelligence.
Claims Microsoft will want to make Xbox versions look better
Sony says it's worried Microsoft could give PlayStation owners a "degraded" performance of new Call of Duty games if it takes over Activision Blizzard to make the Xbox versions look better.