From Fallout 4 and Far Cry 5, to Cloak and Dagger, Apple's Neural Engine, Google's Jamboard, and what might have been for the Lumia 950, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Sony's flailing mobile arm has decided to discontinue its "Premium Standard" smartphones in favor of its flagship and mid-range offerings. The company's Xperia X and X Compact fell into this category.
The Fractured But Whole was originally due to launch on December 6, before it was postponed until Q1 2017, and then delayed again earlier this year. But today, a new release date was announced.
According to a recent Nielsen report, the upcoming console from Microsoft, code named Project Scorpio, is not very well known among gamers, but purchase intent is relatively strong.
The upcoming Sony briefing for E3 2017 is slated to take place on June 12 at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles. It's most likely to feature a variety of new PlayStation 4 exclusives.
Sony has begun to upgrade two of its high-end handsets - the Xperia XZ and X Performance - to Android 7.1.1 Nougat, including the very latest Android security patches as part of that update.
After launching the PS4 Slim in North America last year with 500GB of storage, Sony has announced that it will begin selling the console with a 1TB hard drive this month, for the same price.
Xbox has been having great past few days thanks to Scorpio's details coming out. However, a possibly damaging blow was dealt when Remedy announced that its exclusivity deal with Xbox is over.
Unveiled alongside the flagship Xperia XZ Premium with which it shares some key specs, including its 19MP camera, the Xperia XZs will go on sale tomorrow in the US in three colors, priced at $699.
After upgrading its Xperia Z5, Z4 Tablet and Z3+ to Android 7.0 Nougat last month, Sony has commenced its rollout of the latest Android security patches for all three of those devices.
Sony has released an update for its PlayStation 4 Pro console, which brings support for playing 4K videos stored in mp4 format on a USB stick or a home server, via the Media Player app.
From Xbox excitement and VAIO's old new phone, to Nintendo's Android ambitions, an ultra-mobile Windows 10 PC, and WhatsAppening on Google Play, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Sony has revealed the latest addition to its smartphone range: the Xperia L1, which features a 5.5-inch 720p display, 2GB RAM, 16GB onboard storage, 13MP camera, NFC, USB Type-C, and more.
From exploding headphones and expansive TVs, to Qualcomm branding quirks, Apple's Russian fix, Microsoft's Teams work, and a "two-OS world", it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
The multiplayer hack and slash fighting game topped February's game charts as Resident Evil 7: Biohazard and Grand Theft Auto V closed out the top three. PS4 continued its dominant run against Xbox.
A growing number of PS4 owners are reporting that the latest v4.50 software update is preventing their consoles from connecting to the web. Some say Sony has told them to ask their ISPs for support.
Google released its March security update for Android last week, and now Sony is among the first manufacturers to begin rolling out those patches to its devices, including four of its premium phones.
Sony's sleek new OLED TVs - which include 4K resolution, HDR support, and 'Acoustic Surface' technology that turns the whole display into a speaker - are available to pre-order, priced from $4,999.99.
Sony has revealed that it will be expanding its PlayStation Now service to include PlayStation 4 games in the near future. The company likely hopes to rival Microsoft's recently launched Xbox Pass.
The Xperia XZ Premium is the world's first handset to be officially announced with the new Snapdragon 835 processor. Amazon briefly revealed the UK price and launch date of the new flagship phone.
After nearly two years, selected players will finally get their hands on the first Gran Turismo title for the PlayStation 4, Gran Turismo Sport. The closed beta will start on March 17.
A new PS4 update will arrive tomorrow bringing a wealth of new features like Boost Mode, Voice Chat for Remote Play, and more. The console will also be able to install games on an external drive.
From fabulous flagships and entry-level delights, to Microsoft's mixed reality, Pixel anticipation, and OneDrive's unlimited limits, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Sony's new Xperia Touch is an Android device that projects its user interface onto a tabletop, creating a 23-inch touch computer on any flat surface, as well as an 80-inch projector for walls.
Jolla is on an announcement roll today. The Finnish firm has just announced that the Sony Xperia line of devices will get official support for Sailfish OS by the end of the second quarter.
Sony has released a quartet of Xperia X Android smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. These are designed to tackle both mid-range and premium markets, and will be released this spring.
Middle-earth: Shadow of War - sequel to last year's smash-hit Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor - has been officially announced for Project Scorpio, Xbox One, Windows 10 Store, PlayStation 4, and Steam.
If you've been looking for that unique piece that will bring a bit of futuristic touch to your living space, Sony's latest Xperia Touch Android projector will probably do the trick.
This year's Mobile World Congress promises to be one of the best yet, with a variety of exciting new devices on the way from the likes of LG, BlackBerry, Nokia, Samsung, Huawei, and more.
The tech giant from Japan has introduced what it's calling the world's fastest SD card with write speeds of up to 299 MB/s & read speed of 300 MB/s. The SF-G Series will be available in Spring 2017.
Microsoft seems to be looking to the skies as it leads an investment in drone aviation software start-up AirMap. The company says the investment will allow AirMap to make use of Microsoft's resources.
It seems that Sony might be launching a new Xperia X smartphone at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2017 next week, as an image showing off the front of the device has now leaked online.
Following a price cut from Sony, Microsoft is now also offering a discount on both the Xbox One and Xbox One S, bringing the starting price to $250 from today till February 25.
Sony has announced that PS4 owners in the US will get a week of free access to PlayStation Plus - but those in Europe will have to wait a bit longer, and they won't get as much free playtime.
If you've been thinking about buying a PlayStation 4 Slim but don't want to have to plug it into a TV, you might want to think about purchasing Ed Zarick's latest creation, the 'PlayBook 4 S'.
For those hoping Android Wear 2.0 would be coming to their Sony SmartWatch 3 device, there is some bad news. On the product page, Sony has confirmed SW3 only supports up to version 1.5.
Sony has announced that starting August 15th 2017, it is discontinuing support for its PlayStation Now service on PlayStation 3, PlayStation VIta, PlayStation TV, Sony Bravia and Samsung TVs and more.
Sony is expected to unveil new Xperia smartphones this month, and leaked specificiations of what seems to be its upcoming flagship device have revealed that it might feature a 4K screen.
The latest NPD numbers indicate that both consoles are experiencing great numbers in the US but PS4 continues to be the dominant player. However, Microsoft's console also saw huge growth in January.
After suspending its Nougat rollout for the Xperia Z5, Z4 Tablet and Z3+ last month - due to 'inconsistencies' in the OS - Sony has announced that Android 7.0 is now available for those devices again.
Sony revealed some of the major features coming in System Software Update 4.5 which includes support for external hard drives, user interface refinements, and 3D Blu-ray playback on PlayStation VR.
As development on Microsoft's upcoming PS4 Pro contender, codenamed Scorpio, continues, the Xbox head today shared his impressions on playing with the console for the first time.
After beginning its Android 7.0 rollout for the Xperia Z5 family, Xperia Z4 Tablet, and Xperia Z3+ last week, Sony has pulled the update, citing 'inconsistencies' that it's working to fix.
The company, best known for Dirt Rally, is bringing back the classic 1990's game franchise to modern gaming systems. PC and Console gamers will be able to enjoy the new game in April this year.
Having begun its Android 7.0 rollout for several other devices in its range - including the Xperia Z5 family, and Xperia Z3+, among others - Sony is now bringing Nougat to the Xperia Z4 Tablet.
Sony is rolling out the latest Android security patches to its Xperia XZ and X Performance - but the Xperia Z3+, which it began updating to Android 7.0 this week, remains on last month's patches.
With a few weeks to go, Sony has sent out invites for its Mobile World Congress event that is set for February 27. The firm is expected to announce two mid-range handsets.
According to retail sales figures for December, the margin between Xbox and PlayStation 4 in terms of consoles sold ended up being razor thin while Xbox One saw good year-on-year growth.
Sony expanded its Nougat upgrade program to include the Xperia Z5 family earlier this week - and it's now begun rolling out Android 7.0 to the Xperia Z3+... with last month's security updates.
Sony began its Nougat rollout in November starting with the Xperia X Performance, followed by the Xperia X and X Compact in December. Now, Android 7.0 is making its way to the Xperia Z5 family.