Sony claims that PlayStation Vita is not dead
Published in Mobiles

It is just resting

Sony is denying that its PlayStation Vita is dead in the water, despite ignoring it during its E3 2015 presentation.

Oculus has Rift event on June 11th
Published in Graphics

5 days ahead of E3

Oculus has already showed rendered pictures of the next Rift and the company even talked about a possible launch date in early 2016. 

PS4 wide open to software pirates
Published in Games

Brazilian exploit

Hackers from Brazil have managed to discover a new exploit for the PS4 which enables them to bypass the DRM on any software and games.


Sony can’t keep up with Chinese demand for smartphone cameras
Published in Mobiles

Exmor IMX214 – a victim of its own success

Sony is having a lot of trouble keeping up with demand for its Exmor IMX214 camera sensor, which is currently the part of choice for Chinese smartphone makers. 

Sony shows off 4K telly range
Published in News

Into the normal price range

Sony has been showing off its comprehensive 4K Ultra HD TV lineup for those who want to be in advance of everyone else. 

Snapdragon 810 powered Xperia Z4 is official
Published in Mobiles

OIS selfie cam?

Sony’s flagship Xperia Z4 is official, with a new Qualcomm chip, some nifty features, and a very familiar look. 

Sony releases its developer's kit for Glasses
Published in Wearables

Already cheaper than Google

Sony has released its developer's kit for its Glasses project.

Sony set to upgrade PS4 GPU
Published in Graphics

Calls for more experts

The maker of the PS4, Sony appears to be wanting to update its devkits and is looking for an experienced programmer to work on GPU Profiling and Debugging tools used by PlayStation 4 developers worldwide.

China’s console policy should help AMD
Published in News

In the long run at least

China’s decision to lift an age old ban on the sale of game consoles is bound to benefit AMD in the long run. 

Sony Walkman has $1,200 price tag
Published in News

Shesh could buy a laptop for that

Sony's new NW-ZX2 Walkman will be hitting the shops for $1,200 which makes it the Rolls Royce of portable players.