News about <![CDATA[Sony]]> News about en-us <![CDATA[Box-office preview: ‘Transcendence’ may not transcend ‘Captain America,’ ‘Rio’]]> <![CDATA[The Xbox One Still Lags Behind The PS4]]>  Titanfall was supposed to change it all, but it didn’t work. So far, Microsoft announced that it has shipped 5 million Xbox One units to retailers. In comparison, Sony has sold 7 million PS4 units to customers. It doesn’t look good for Microsoft as the company doesn’t even say how many people actually bought an Xbox One. Microsoft’s announcement fits well with NPD’s… Read More
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<![CDATA[Hands On With The Xperia Z2 Smartphone And Z2 Tablet, Sony’s Waterproof Wonders]]>  Both Samsung and HTC have new flagship Android phones out in the U.S., but Sony isn’t just sitting back and doing nothing. The company has its new 5.2-inch Z2 smartphone launching soon in select markets, including in Canada in May. The waterproof glass-encased handset has a lot in common with last year’s Z1, but goes the extra mile with new imaging options, noise cancellation features… Read More
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<![CDATA[Here are 3 ways Aereo will tell the Supreme Court that it’s legal]]> ]]> <![CDATA['Wearable' Bling Is Fast Becoming King]]> Shipments of wearable computing, especially of the functional and stylish variety, will exceed 19 million units in 2014, according to ...

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<![CDATA[Facebook's Oculus Buy Could Change The Face Of Social Media]]> Imagine experiencing a Final Four basketball game, enjoying every spellbinding second, almost as if you were actually there. Only ...

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<![CDATA[Market Wrap For March 20: Investors Showing No Post-Fed Decision Hangover]]> U.S. stocks recovered most of Wednesday's losses after Fed Chief Janet Yellen spooked the markets a bit by hinting a rate hike ...

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<![CDATA[Week's Winners and Losers: Netflix Makes a Deal, McDonald's Gets Winged]]> DailyFinance.com: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images Companies can make brilliant moves, but there are also times when things don't work out quite as planned. From a new online retailer blowing away expectations in its first quarter since going public to... Read more]]> <![CDATA[Home-video charts: ‘Game of Thrones’ reigns in sales]]> <![CDATA[Apple, If Samsung And Sony Can Make A Waterproof Phone, So Can You]]> Read More
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<![CDATA[Sony unveils Xperia Z2 and M2 smartphones, Z2 Tablet]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Microsoft Cuts The Xbox One Price In The UK]]> The Xbox One will soon be a bit cheaper ‘cross the pond. Starting this Friday, the Xbox One will be £399.99 in the UK. That’s a drop of £30 from its launch price. While the cut will certainly make the console a bit more attractive, the PS4 is still less expensive and raking up impressive sales numbers. It’s unclear if the Xbox One will see similar price cuts in other markets. Microsoft is currently locked in a price war with Sony. Even after this price cut, the base Playstation 4 retails for £50 less than the Xbox One. And Sony has the sales to back its strategy. Sony has sold over 5 million consoles worldwide and the system just went on sale in Sony’s home market of Japan. In the US Sony has sold twice the amount of systems than Microsoft. Price is one of the main issues. Microsoft bundles the Kinect with its system. Sony has those who want motion controls buy them separately. And since not every gamer wants motion controls, this seems to be working in Sony’s favor. This U.K. price drop signals Microsoft is at least re-evaluating its pricing scheme. However, since Microsoft treats each market differently, the system a U.S. or Asian price drop might not be imminent. But it’s coming.]]> <![CDATA[Sony Taps Its Display, Gaming, And Photography Might For Latest Mobile Flagships]]> Meet Sony's Xperia Z2 line. With the Z2 Tablet and Z2 smartphone, Sony clearly hopes impressive specs and waterproof technology will help the company gain marketshare in 2014. The tablet and phone are refreshingly similar. Qualcomm's 2.3GHz 801 Snapdragon powers both devices. They both have class-leading cameras and displays. And following in Sony's recent tradition, they're both waterproof.]]> <![CDATA[Sony’s Waterproof Wearable To Be Available Worldwide In March]]> Sony introduced the SmartBand SWR10 at CES 2014. The diminutive wearable is part of Sony’s push into an ever-connected experience centered around its Xperia products. Sony was mum about the release schedule back at CES, but today, at Mobile World Congress, the company announced that the device will be available in 60 markets next month. The SmartBand sports the standard affair of fitness tracking. But Sony is positioning this device as much more than a fitness tracker. According to the press release, it “a new user experience based around three core pillars – Lifelogging, ‘Wearing smart’ and ‘Life tools’.” Besides Lifelogging, the other two items are needless branding for standard functions found on wearables. This includes sleep monitoring, vibrating notification alerts, and remote control of media playback. Sony loves to brand things. The Lifelogging is a bit convoluted. From the sound of it, this function uses the SmartBand as a sort of life tracking tool that somehow relates media to a location. Here’s what the presser has to say about it. Lifelog application – Communication and entertainment, staying on top of the things that matter to you Sony’s innovative new Lifelog application binds the SmartWear Experience together, enabling you to discover your past, enjoy your present and helping inspire your future. Together with SmartBand, the Android app enables you to effortlessly capture life and entertainment – places visited, music listened to, games played, books read – and presents it a beautifully visual interface. You can see how active you were, where you went, what pictures you took and how you have been communicating with your world. Lifelog will also help you set activity goals, monitor your progress and make recommendations to help inform future decisions. So there’s that. The SmartBand only works with Android devices, and from the press release, it seems some of the so-called lifelogging functions require specific applications. At CES Sony stated the device would cost 99 Euros. This most release communiqué doesn’t state the price meaning Sony is going to hold true to its aforementioned pricing or it could switch things up prior to the release.]]> <![CDATA[Why Are Legos Complicated and TVs Camouflaged? Because Red Associates Decided]]> DailyFinance.com: Getty Images/Oli Scarff By Drake Bennett When the German philosopher Hans-Georg Gadamer died in 2002, at the age of 102, he was unaware of the impact he would posthumously have on mobile electronics, distilled beverages, and personal grooming,... Read more]]> <![CDATA[Android users will get to install Jolla’s rival Sailfish OS, bit by bit]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Sony hopes for music service upswing as it sells 5.3M PS4s]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Sony hopes for music service upswing as it sells 5.3M PS4s]]>
    




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