Hot on the heels of a profitable quarter, Sony has posted a teaser on Twitter for its upcoming camera-focused Xperia smartphone that will be revealed on the 3rd of August.
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Sony has posted positive profits for the quarter, which is largely due to a high number of sales for the PlayStation 4 However, its mobile division continues to stumble, recording a drop in revenue.
China's Ministry of Culture has announced that it will relax restrictions on foreign console manufacturers limiting their operations to Shanghai, allowing them to build and sell devices nationwide.
Sony has announced the beginning of its Android 5.1 rollout, starting with the Xperia Z3 and Z2 Series. The new Lollipop update will continue to make its way to more devices "over the coming weeks".
New "concept Android software with a fresh take on the Sony user experience" is in development, and you can sign up now for a preview - as long as you meet some very specific criteria.
A tweet from Xbox Head of Marketing Aaron Greenberg notes that sales of the Xbox One rose by 51% in the month of June and even whizzed past the PS4 during the week of E3.
According to the game publisher's latest financial results a big part of its sales is dominated by Sony's PlayStation 4 console, while the Xbox One is very far behind being trumped by PC.
Sony's latest flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z4v, will be launching in the United States exclusively on Verizon on August 13th and the microsite for the device has now gone live.
Sony Mobile's CEO has put an end to rumours that the company might be looking to sell off the smartphone division and exit the market which has been bringing in losses for the company.
There was a time when Sony didn't have its own successful gaming console and wanted to partner with Nintendo. The collaboration never came to fruition, but we luckily get a rare look at the prototype.
Sony is making the Android M Developer Preview available for some of its devices - but while Google releases complete factory images of new Android versions, Sony isn't making things quite that easy.
According to data from last week, Microsoft sold just 100 units of the Xbox One in Japan, accounting for just 0.1% of console sales. The PS4 maintained a respectable position with 16.1% of sales.
Sony has announced an updated version of its PlayStation 4 that's 10% lighter than the previous model, and it has also unveiled the 'PS4 Ultimate Player 1TB Edition' which goes on sale next month.
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Microsoft is enabling Xbox One owners to play their older Xbox 360 games on its latest console, but Sony says it does not intend to offer similar backward compatibility on its PS4.
A US Judge has ruled against Sony's motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by former employees, who are arguing that Sony failed to prevent their personal details falling into the hands of hackers.
Today we got to take a look at Sony's PlayStation booth at E3 2015. Although the booth was not as robust as last year, they still had quality titles on hand for some excellent hands-on time.
Sony has announced availability of its new Media Player for the PlayStation 4, which supports music and video playback in a wide range of formats from a USB stick or home media server.
Set for a late summer release, the next expansion for Destiny has been confirmed. As promised, this is going to be the biggest expansion of Destiny to-date.
Owners of the last-generation Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4 can currently get up to $175 off - and potentially even more - off the Xbox One, when they trade in their older console for the new one.
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Sony has acknowledged the overheating issue with the newly launched, Snapdragon 810-equipped, Xperia Z3+, and has promised to release a software update to address it in the near future.
The figures for May have been released and Microsoft is pleased that they have sales growth of 81% compared to last year during May, but Sony's PS4 still outsold the console, according to NPD.
The Xperia M4 Aqua has recently gone on sale - but while Sony claims that the 8GB handset has 3GB of storage available for users, it actually only has 1.26GB free, thanks to Sony's pre-installed apps.
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With its Android 5.0 rollout now finalized, Sony has announced its plans to release Android 5.1 from July for many of its devices - but it appears that many devices will not be upgraded.
Nearly eight months after Android 5.0 was first announced, and almost three months after Sony released the update for the Xperia Z3, Lollipop is finally available for the flagship handset on T-Mobile.
The newest entry in the popular long-running RPG series Fallout has been announced by Bethesda, with more information to come during the E3 gaming conference.
Some FCC documentation strongly hints that Sony is ready to unveil a new model of the PlayStation 4, one coming with a bigger and faster hard drive. It's very likely the company will unveil it at E3.
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While other manufacturers are rolling out flagships with Quad HD displays - and Sharp is even developing a 5.5-inch screen with 4K resolution - Sony says that it's sticking with Full HD on its phones.
Sony announced an evolutionary update to its last year's flagship today with the Xperia Z3+ which retains the size and the design of the original Z3 while improving the internal specs.
Microsoft has announced today that they have signed up 20 more hardware partners to ship their Android tablets with Office apps pre-installed; this includes LG, Sony, Haier, Positivo and Wortman.
The dust and water resistant Sony Xperia M4 Aqua is now available from UK retailer Carphone Warehouse in a range of colors for just £15.50 per month on pay monthly contracts.
An unannounced Sony smartphone currently known by its codename, Lavender, has been revealed by a leaker on Twitter and is said to feature a 13 megapixel front facing camera with flash.
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It was widely assumed that the Rockstar Editor - which lets users record, edit and upload gameplay video - would be exclusive to the PC version of GTA V, but it's coming to the Xbox One and PS4 too.
Samsung admits to using two different camera sensors for each of the company's latest S6 models, leaving us to wonder why the company kept it silent, and does it matter?
Sony has confirmed that it won't be holding its usual media briefing at Gamescom 2015 - but Xbox head Phil Spencer says Microsoft will be there, calling it "an important conference" for the company.
Selfies - love them or hate them, they are definitely a key focus for manufacturers and today, Sony has launched two handsets aimed to take advantage of the selfie craze.
The favorite camera of many smartphone manufacturers, the Sony IMX214, has come into increasingly short supply, with reports that Sony is only able to fulfill 50% of the current orders.
Weeks after saying the Z3 was "no longer available", T-Mobile has started selling it again - but it's still being sold with Android 4.4, and the carrier says its Lollipop update may be "months" away.
According to newly discovered emails from the Sony Pictures hack late last year, Daniel Craig thinks that Bond wouldn't use a Sony smartphone because it isn't the best.
Sony has released its Android 5.0 update for two more handsets in its range, and promises that it will roll out the Lollipop update to four of its Xperia Z-Series devices "in the next few weeks".
Sony announced the Xperia Z4 today in Japan, but a new report has already suggested that the latest flagship is exclusive to the country and the company will launch a new one globally in May.
Despite signaling that it may exit the market, Sony has revealed its latest smartphone, the Xperia Z4. It features a 5.2-inch screen and a wide-angle 20.7MP camera in a metal-and-glass body.
Sony has begun rolling out its Lollipop update to even more devices, including the Xperia Z1 and Xperia Z3 Dual, among others - and its global rollout will expand to more phones and tablets next week.
Sony has confirmed that Android 5.0 is now rolling out to its Xperia Z2 and Z2 Tablet, and has also announced when some of its other Xperia devices will get their first lick of the Lollipop update.
Just five months after the Xperia Z3 launched on T-Mobile, the carrier has confirmed that Sony's Android flagship is "no longer available", leaving only two pre-owned Xperia handsets in T-Mo's range.
In November, Sony was found guilty by the FTC of misleading consumers with their early PS Vita commercials. Now, they will be required to refund $25 cash or $50 in merchandise credit to lucky owners.