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In August, Sony announced that it will stop providing its own music store service Connect in the United States, Canada and Europe by march 2008, and that all new Walkman players will be useable with...
Eighteen months after the release of Apple's iPod video, Sony strikes back with its first digital video product: the NW-A800 series Walkman will hit Europe in April. Releases to other markets are expected, but timing...
Sony unveiled its first MP3-compatible, hard-disk Walkman music player on Tuesday in an attempt to recover ground lost to Apple Computer's iPod. The world's biggest consumer electronics maker aims to reclaim the...
On Thursday, Sony has announced the plan to launch a new version of Walkman (NW-HD1) in a rivalry against Apple's iPod. NW-HD1, through Sony's advanced compression technology, will be able to cater more...
The man who came up with idea of the personal stereo is threatening to sue Apple over the iPod. Andreas Pavel filed a patent on the concept of a "stereobelt" back in 1978. The idea...
Last July, while most people were taking summer vacations, the Sony Corporation of America made a little noticed, but crucial announcement. Jay Samit, a longtime music industry executive, was appointed general manager...