Sony has a free update for its A7 II mirrorless full-frame camera that turns on important new features, including phase detection autofocusing and 14-bit uncompressed RAW support. It can also now autofocus select Canon lenses.
Gaming with a keyboard and mouse can often frustrate even the most patient gamers. Swap out the traditional hardware for that DualShock 4 controller sitting on your coffee table with our step-by-step breakdown for connecting a…
James Bond actor Daniel Craig rejected two major offers from Sony and Samsung to carry Android phones in Spectre, apparently having issues with their quality. In a comment, Craig said "James Bond only uses the best."
The box office is getting ready for Spectre. When the latest James Bond film opens stateside next weekend, it is expected to gross $80 million. The film has already sparked buzz with its massive ticket sales in the U.K.
Sony announced that it will give away free digital copies of BioWare's sci-fi epic Mass Effect 2 for PlayStation Plus members in November, along with other featured games like Magicka 2 and Beyond Good & Evil.
Sony reported a strong $280 million in net profit for the three month period ending on Sept 31, but its mobile business continues to struggle reporting a loss of $172 million. Its sensor and entertainment sectors made up for the mobile…
Sony and Toshiba have announced a deal in which Sony will acquire Toshiba's image sensor factory in Japan. The deal is believed to be worth $166 million, and will strengthen Sony's already considerable influence in the market.
An online poll recently issued to a limited number of PlayStation 4 owners suggests that Sony plans to roll out several long-requested features for the PlayStation Network, including the ability for players to change their usernames.
Toshiba is close to selling its image sensor business to Sony for about $165 million, according to sources close to the matter. The purchase of Toshiba’s sensor arm would signal Sony’s focus on maintaining its strong position in the…
Sony has confirmed plans to open a new mobile factory in Thailand, its first in 20 years. It is a big step for the Japanese company, which recently said it would drop out of the mobile business if it did not reach a profit in 2016.