- News tagged "sony"
Friday, 14 Feb 2014
The new waterproof NWZ-W270S all-in-one digital music player sports the same design as its predecessor, the NWZ-W270, and is capable of providing up to eight hours of continuous music on a full charge of 90 minutes.
Thursday, 13 Feb 2014
It's the first day of the CP+ Camera and Photo Imaging Show 2014 and there's a flurry of camera announcements. Among these are four Sony compacts and two superzoom cameras, that are slated to hit the Asia Pacific markets within the next two months.
Sony's latest mirrorless camera, the Alpha 6000, is the successor to the mid-range NEX-6. It comes with faster auto-focus, with the ability to shoot up to 11 frames per second with subject tracking. More megapixels, from 16MP to 24MP, round off the package.
Wednesday, 12 Feb 2014
It seems like Sony has upped the ante with its marketing strategies after announcing its abandonment of its Vaio PC business to focus on smartphones and tablets.
With Sony in talks with Apple to provide camera modules for the iPhone 6's front-facing camera, the former will double its production of sensors, just to cater to Apple alone.
Thursday, 6 Feb 2014
Sony has just announced its intention to sell its PC business. The still-bleeding TV business is safe for now, but the company will split it out and make it a wholly-owned subsidiary.
Sony is releasing the pearlescent white version of its Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 tomorrow, 7th February. On top of that, Sony is also having an in-store promotion bundle from tomorrow till 28th Feb. Read on for more details.
Wednesday, 5 Feb 2014
According to Japanese news service Nikkei, Sony could be in talks to sell off its PC business to investment fund, Japan Industrial Partners, in a deal worth up to 50 billion yen (S$625 million).
Wednesday, 29 Jan 2014
Set to launch in Japan on 4th April, the new accessory lets you snap high-quality pictures with your tablet.
Wednesday, 22 Jan 2014
In an annual customer experience survey conducted by Forrester Research, Apple has, for the first time, fallen behind rivals Samsung, Sony and Microsoft.