You can now pre-order the new $450 limited edition PlayStation 4 1TB, featuring a striking black and orange design inspired by the latest 'Call of Duty' title, which will be released on Nov 6.
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Leaked slides confirm Lumia 950 + 950 XL specs, 'Display Dock'
After a long wait for Sony's take on Virtual Reality hardware, the company has now confirmed the name for 'Project Morpheus' being dubbed the 'Playstation VR'.
Sony has announced an official price cut for its PlayStation 4, which means buyers will pay around 12.5% less for it from October 1 - but so far, the reduced price has only been confirmed for Japan.
The developers of the new Need for Speed reboot have delayed its PC release until 'Spring 2016' to give them time to "increase the visuals" - but you can sign up now for a beta on PS4 and Xbox One.
GameStop says it will give you $100 credit towards the purchase of an Xbox One when you trade in an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 - although only certain models of each console will be accepted.
Sony is rolling out new firmware (build 14.6.A.0.368) for some Xperia handsets - and unlike a similar update it pushed out last week, this one includes a fix for the Android Stagefright vulnerability.
Despite the heavy marketing by Sony that their phones are resistant to liquids and can be used while submerged, Sony has recently recanted this, telling users not to use their phones underwater.
The PS4 was the best-selling console over the month of August, according to figures released by the NPD Group. Both the PS4 and Xbox One saw increases in comparison to last year's sales.
Sony just launched a trio of new devices in the Xperia Z5 series at IFA 2015 but a new rumour has suggested that there might just be one more device up Sony's sleeve slated for early 2016.
Sony has kept its word about updating its older devices and has begun rolling out the latest Android Lollipop version to the first generation smartphones and tablet from the Xperia Z series.
From snappy Snapdragons and an awesome little droid, to a flurry of flagships, Apples and oranges, the rise of Skylake, and mighty Predators, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
The BBC has released a trailer for its new feature-length drama starring Daniel Radcliffe and Bill Paxton - and despite legal action from Rockstar Games, the show's broadcast has now been scheduled.
Sony has announced the world's first 4K smartphone, the Xperia Z5 Premium. The handset will have an astounding 806ppi and will be available starting this fall.
Sony embraces YouTube Gaming, boosts cloud storage for PS Plus members and more in the console's next major update: version 3.00. Beta program members will see the update begin to roll out today.
A video showcasing three variants of Sony's upcoming flagship device have leaked online, confirming the existence of a 23 MP camera and 4K resolution for the Xperia Z5 Premium.
Style and natural functionality is the focus for Sony's new smartwatch 'Wena Wrist' as it becomes available on the company's crowdfunding platform in Japan.
The new Playstation 4 1TB model is reportedly using outdated hardware, first used in the console at launch. Recent revisions have upgraded minor faults, leaving the older editions to be re-purposed.
Sony is officially teasing what appears to be the Japanese company's next flagship, the rumored Xperia Z5, offering hints of a smartphone with great camera features to boot.
Sony acknowledges that "it's difficult to expect growth in the smartphone business alone," which is why it plans to use some of its mobile and imaging technology to launch commercial drone services.
The Rockstar Editor - which allows GTA V players to easily create and upload videos of their in-game antics - will launch on the Xbox One and PS4 in September, with new features in tow.
Sony is launching a beta of its next major PlayStation 4 software update next month - but while anyone can sign up for the preview program today, only a limited number of applicants will be accepted.
After yielding the Gamescom 2015 conference to Microsoft and Xbox One news, Sony is readying a PlayStation press event at this year's Paris Games Week event.
'Ouye' is an Android microconsole that is currently being crowdfunded that looks very familiar. The console 'borrows' elements from the Xbox One and Playstation 4.
Sony announces Star Wars inspired PlayStation 4 hardware and bundles at the D23 Expo - plus four classic Star Wars games with updated graphics.
From Cortana's Android takeover and Lenovo's latest shenanigans, to "shit" broadband Down Under, and the end of the 'affordable flagship', it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Sony says owners of its VAIO PCs should not upgrade to Windows 10 until its drivers are ready - but while Windows 8.1 PCs will have to wait until October, the plan for Windows 7 devices is less clear.
Sony says it will make pricing changes to its PlayStation Plus subscriptions in the UK from September 1, with three-month subs seeing the largest increase, jumping 25% from £11.99 to £14.99.
Sony has announced the Xperia C5 Ultra and Xperia M5 after posting a teaser about the devices last week; both the devices come with impressive camera modules and powerful specifications.
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.
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.
From Lumia rollouts and Skype updates, to Snapdragon 810s that don't overheat, Toshiba's love for Cortana, and old games on new consoles, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
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.
From Apple's music 'revolution' and Sony's bloatware problem, to a new Xbox One, GTA: LA, Surface supremacy, and Skype's Modern farewell, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
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.