Tired of suffering through sweltering summers and battling sweat marks? Enter SONY’s new Reon Pocket.
Take a break from the news and enjoy some of the incredible photos to make the final cut in this year’s Sony World Photography Awards.
After a decade of silence from Sony’s robot puppy, we introduce you to “Aibo.” At least its one pet that won’t pee in the house.
We WERE giving away tickets to see the suspense-filled psychological thriller ‘The Shallows’ this week, but all the spots have now been filled.
There’s plenty of buzz around the release of the new GHOSTBUSTERS movie, so we thought we’d give you the chance to beat the crowds.
Miss Moneypenny’s badass side is shown in the latest ad campaign by Sony – made for Bond.
It’s hard not to admire the skill it takes to snap photos as high-quality as these. It’s also hard not to open that latest album of yours and shake your head with envy.
Well, it’s rather exciting that this has been leaked so we can all see it since Sony is too terrified to screen it, which is fair enough…
SONY Pictures is not having the best time at the moment – between rather catty emails being leaked to new movie previews being made public, it’s a wonder they’re keeping so calm.
There is no way Angelina is a “minimally talented spoiled brat “. She works for the UN. She nailed Gia and Mr & Mrs Smith. She is beautiful and a mother to 83745982374 children and that alone is a talent.
Think about how long it takes you to think up a cool alias that you’re happy with. No one will find out it’s you behind that name. And then suddenly, BOOM, you’re exposed! What a mission…
Playstation Network hackers claim ISIS link. Amazon makes $1 Billion purchase. Malema happy cops were white. Madonsela vs. ANC. Burning Man closed. Lauren Bacall leaves money for dog. Miranda Kerr looking great.
Before iPods, there were things called cassette players, and one of the most iconic devices was first released 35 years ago.
Sony has unveiled its new Digital Paper tablet. This Kindle-esque A4 sized tablet is only 7mm thick and uses the well-known E-ink technology. You might decide to stick with the old tried and true traditional paper, while you save up for its R11,600 digital brother.
Check out the winning photographs of the Open and Youth categories of the 2014 Sony’s World Photography Awards. This year Sony’s World Photography Awards had to select the winners from 70,000 entries from around the world. These are some of the best amateur photographs you’re likely to see.
Consider this 4830 square meter model. Northlandz is the world’s largest model railroad, with an eight mile track (no relation) constructed from 40 houses worth of material.
iPhone camera lenses are not a new thing by any stretch of the imagination. They emerged a few years ago, to accommodate and enhance the steadily improving camera technology that was being developed. They started out small, with individual lenses being sold for about R200, and a set of all sorts of different lenses being sold for around R500. It was more of a start-up company kind of thing to do – but now the big dogs have latched onto to the market, and Sony is one of those who are looking to make a big impact.
One of the biggest consumer gripes following the unveiling of Microsoft’s new XboxOne gaming console was the inability for users to share legally bought games across multiple consoles without paying an additional fee. Sony has just released their PlayStation4, regarded as the strongest competitor to the XboxOne, and they’ve punched them right in the nuts with this […]
This year’s L’Iris d’Or, the Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year, went to 32 year old Andrea Gjestvang from Norway. Gjestvang beat out 122,000 hopeful entries from 170 different countries. Check out her photo, and other winners
The new Xbox is set to be unveiled on 21 May 2013, but there have been a slew of specutlations as to what the new console will pack under the hood. If Xbox is released on time, it could be stiff competition for the Sony PlayStation 4, which is set to launch later this year.
Still watching movies and series on your laptop to get the best quality? With the Sony 55″ EX630 you can transfer your shows to your new HD TV within seconds and watch in the best quality imaginable. Sony: View your favourite flicks with a Sony 55″ EX630 Series BRAVIA Full HD with Edge LED […]
Sick of not being able to take your music wherever you go? With the Sony ZS-S3IP you can take the vibe wherever you go using a CD, iPod or iPhone. Groupies can blast their favourite tracks with a Sony ZS-S3IP CD Boombox for iPod and iPhone providing portable sound whenever the mood hits. The Boombox boasts […]
Sony hasn’t had the best of times over the last year. The company has been plagued by hacking and monetary woes that ran into the billions. So, it’s hardly surprising the marketing budget has been small for the new Walkman, which is an iPod, dressed like a futuristic hipster.
Sony shareholders looked on as they watched the electronics and entertainment giant’s shares fall below 1 000 yen for the first time since 1980 yesterday. The Tokyo stock market took a dive early Monday after a dismal performance from Wall Street, bad US job data, and amid other global economic concerns.
SONY Corporation has declared an annual loss of 457 billion yen ($5,7 billion) in 2011, its fourth straight year of hemorrhaging money, and the worst in its 66-year corporate history. In spite of which, the company – which appointed a new president, Kazuo Hirai last month – is predicting return to profit by the end of 2012.
Electronics companies don’t have it as easy as they used to, especially since Apple came along. They have to make you really want their products – especially in the field of cellphones and computers. SONY has enlisted the help of Wes Anderson, to help them out with a new 60-second stop-motion ad. Click ‘continue’ to see the spot.
A small city in southern Spain, Juzcar, was used as the film location for the The Smurfs film, and painted blue to fit the theme. Once shooting had wrapped up, Sony Pictures offered to repaint the place – except residents voted yesterday to keep the place Smurf-coloured.