Those lucky Japanese gamers — they get to buy Sony's PS Vita first. Mark your calendars for December 17, if you live in Japan or plan on importing one of these bad boys, because it's likely going to sell out.
Are you thinking of buying one of Sony's Vaio S laptops, but worried it doesn't come with glasses-free 3D? Fear no more, because Sony is releasing a "lenticular sheet" that can be placed over the screen and enable glasses-free 3D, any time you want the give your eyeballs a depth punch.
Gamers want a new Xbox and PlayStation. Gamers are getting a new Nintendo Wii U console next year. Sony and Microsoft have each stated their intentions of not releasing new hardware anytime soon. So do we really need new game boxes? EA doesn't think we do.
We've known about Sony's plans to crash into the Android tablet scene with two interesting designs — the S1 and S2, as the pair was formerly called — but didn't have much in the way of details. Well, Sony still needs to work on its naming scheme, but the newly christened Tablet S and Tablet P are delivering on a promise to be different.
Sony officially killed off its cassette line of Walkman music players toward the end of last year, which also killed off pretty much any interest we had in anything Walkman (more on that inside). What could bring us back? Well, a smartphone that's more into music than calling isn't a bad start.
Holy tacos, it's real, it's really real. Remember Sony's prototype for a pair of OLED 3D virtual reality goggles from back at CES? Well, it's a prototype no more, because Sony actually plans to sell it in Japan later this year, and it'll cost a pretty penny.
Do you ever wonder where the best place to put your TV is? Perhaps it's better to see if that 120-inch set you fantasize about fits your desired space before you go out and buy it. Throw away that measuring tape and those false dreams — augmented reality is coming to the rescue.
The 3D push continues to invade every last electronic in Sony's portfolio. For Sony, every gadget must support 3D or face obsolescence. 3D binoculars? Sounds dumb right?
Whoa. We didn't see this one coming. Straight out of left field, Sony's just announced that it's releasing a cheaper, uglier PSP sans Wi-Fi for the masses later this year.
Through the magic of science or optics or something, LCD screens are able to create white light by mixing other colors of light. This works fine, but not being satisfied with "fine," Sony has gone and added an entirely new pixel of pure whiteness, which can double a screen's brightness or make it twice as efficient, but not both at the same time.