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  • Sony brings support for 360-degree YouTube video to PlayStation VR

    Sony brings support for 360-degree YouTube video to PlayStation VR

    Sony’s virtual reality headset has offered some form of support for 360-degree YouTube content since around Christmas time of last year, but as Engadget points out, things have been pretty spotty at best. The update was only being rolled out to select users, and the video experience was less than ideal, thanks to resolutions that didn’t quite live up to the full 360-degree… Read More

  • Sony’s newest Bravia TV is the first interesting TV I’ve seen at CES

    Sony’s newest Bravia TV is the first interesting TV I’ve seen at CES

    There are so many damn TVs at CES it’s rare for one to get my attention — but Sony just announced a new TV for their flagship Bravia line that actually looks great. It’s a 4K HDR OLED TV that Sony is calling the A1E series. The TV has an edge-to-edge design and is stand-less — meaning it sits directly on the ground and has a back leg that it leans against. It could also… Read More

  • Up to 10 of Sony’s new speakers can be linked together for a ‘portable party’

    Up to 10 of Sony’s new speakers can be linked together for a ‘portable party’

    Over the past few years, CES has become one giant A/V club for the folks at Sony. The show has essentially turned into a showcase for the hardware giant’s high-res TVs, headphones and speakers. And this year’s no different. Sony is launching a metric ton of speakers this year, including the SRS-XB40, SRS-XB30, SRS-XB20 and SRS-XB10 (never change with those naming conventions… Read More

  • LIVE from Sony’s 2017 CES press conference

    LIVE from Sony’s 2017 CES press conference

    It’s not officially CES until Sony takes the stage here in Vegas. Actually, it’s not technically CES until tomorrow morning, either way, but here we are at the Las Vegas Convention Center, nonetheless. This week is always a big one for the hardware giant, hitting a broad spectrum of the company’s various hardware categories. It’s always a big show for TVs/video for… Read More

  • Watch Sony’s CES press conference live right here

    Watch Sony’s CES press conference live right here

    Sony is holding its traditional press conference at CES in the Las Vegas Convention Center starting at 5 PM Pacific, 8 PM Eastern, 1 AM in London. The company is closing the press day of CES, and you should expect some exciting new devices from Sony. The company has a wide range of products, including some top notch cameras, some interesting phones and the usual TVs and Bluetooth speakers. Read More

  • Final Fantasy XV is finally here, celebrate with a branded Walkman

    Final Fantasy XV is finally here, celebrate with a branded Walkman

    What better way to celebrate the passage of a decade or so spent waiting for the new installment of a popular video game franchise than with a commemorative Sony Walkman? A fitting homage to a series that dates back to the late 1980s. Sony’s marking tomorrow’s long awaited release of Final Fantasy XV with a limited edition version of its A-Series Hi-Res Audio-friendly… Read More

  • Sony gives Bose a run for its money with the MDR-1000X

    Sony gives Bose a run for its money with the MDR-1000X

    Sony makes no bones about going after Bose. In fact, when the company first showed off its product in the lead up to IFA this summer, it said as much, acknowledging that the QuietComfort line is largely considered the gold standard for noise-cancelling travel headphones. It’s a bit like getting the old board together and deciding you’re going to make a better soft drink than… Read More

  • Sony’s Xperia Ear wearable voice assistant will be available in December for $200

    Sony’s Xperia Ear wearable voice assistant will be available in December for $200

    The Xperia Ear has existed in some form or another for some time now, but up until this year’s IFA, the strange little wearable looked to be little more than a concept. Next month, Sony will put its money where its mouth is, releasing the device via Amazon on December 13, just in time for a last-minute holiday gift, with further availability following at retailers like Fry’s, Abt… Read More

  • PlayStation Vue’s TV streaming service arrives on Apple TV

    PlayStation Vue’s TV streaming service arrives on Apple TV

    Apple may not have yet launched its own TV streaming service, but there’s now another way to watch live television on Apple’s set-top box: Sony’s PlayStation Vue’s Apple TV application has arrived. The service, which is available on Apple TV 4th-generation devices, offers all of Vue’s standard features, including its cloud DVR and support for simultaneous… Read More

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