• Sony outs new entry-level Vaio Fit notebooks in Singapore

    Sony has introduced their new entry-level line of VAIO laptops. The new VAIO Fit series, available in both 14-inch and 15-inch screen sizes and a variety of colours, incorporates Sony’s latest visual and audio technology, offering both visual enthusiasts and audiophiles the best possible entertainment experience without them having to break the bank.

  • Sony launches VAIO T Ultrabooks, uses wrong CPU

    Intel's Ultrabook branding doesn't really matter all that much for some notebook makers, as they've been making ultra-thin notebooks for years and one of those companies are Sony. Despite this, Sony has announced a pair of VAIO T series Ultrabooks with 11.6 or 13.3-inch displays and a few other interesting features, but sadly Sony is

  • First picture of the Sony NEX-F3 leaks

    Sony is expected to update its entry level NEX camera family shortly and the new model has now been confirmed to be the NEX-F3. A single picture of the new camera – or at least part of it – has made its way onto the internet and it looks like it's at least bringing one

  • Sony launches its first waterproof handycam, the HDR-GW77V, in Japan

    Sony launched in Japan today the HDR-GW77V, the first waterproof handycam they've ever manufactured, useable for up to 60 mins in a pool of water 5 metres deep (IPX8 standard).

  • Skype launches on PlayStation Vita

    Sony has launched Skype video calling on its PlayStation Vita handheld gaming system.

  • Sony unveils VAIO E Series 14P w/ webcam gesture controls

    Sony has just released its latest VAIO E Series 14P notebook, a 14-inch model which while not being worthy of ultrabook status with its 5.07 pound weight and residing DVD drive, does offer a number of attractive design cues and features.

  • Sony Xperia S Review: Sony’s first Android smartphone

    The Xperia S is the first smartphone in the Xperia NXT series – next generation smartphones from Sony – which was announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year. The Android phone claims to deliver stunning viewing experiences with its high resolution display, and has a 12-megapixel rear camera that can go into

  • Sony Singapore introduces XBA-1VP and XBA-2VP headphones for smartphone users

    Launched in September last year, the Sony Balanced Armature in-ear XBA headphones claim to provide users with an enjoyable listening experience. Today, the Japanese maker has introduced two new XBA headphones for the smartphone users – XBA-1VP and XBA-2VP.

  • Sony and Panasonic to use LG’s 3D technology in their TVs

    With LG having great success in their 3D TV sales in China and North America, it is no wonder Japanese electronics companies Sony and Panasonic, who are struggling in this market segment, have opted to incorporate LG's 3D technology into their future line of TVs.

  • Retailers won’t stock PlayStation 4 games if Sony blocks used games

    Analysts believe that retailers will not stock PlayStation 4 games if Sony decides to block used games on the next-generation console.

  • Sony Singapore offers integrated entertainment across devices and screen sizes

    Today, Sony Electronics Singapore showcased their new products including BRAVIA TVs and Xperia Android smartphones, which bring about integrated entertainment and communication to users, and letting them have the convenience of sharing the content on different platforms.

  • Sola joins the ranks in Sony Xperia family

    The Sony Xperia S was announced in Singapore last week, and today, the company has introduced the new addition to the Xperia range of smartphones – the Xperia sola. The Android smartphone features "floating touch" navigation for web browsing without touching the screen, Near Field Communication (NFC) to launch apps and other actions via Xperia SmartTags, and sports a

  • Sony Singapore introduces Alpha 57 with 12fps continuous shooting and Full HD 50p recording

    Sony Singapore has announced the Alpha SLT-A57, the successor to the Alpha SLT-A55, which boasts 12fps continuous shooting and Full HD 50p (PAL) recording. The SLT-A57 will be retailing in Singapore next month.

  • Sony Xperia S, now available in Singapore

    Sony has acquired Ericsson's shares in the venture last month, and the Xperia S is the company's first smartphone that was announced earlier this year. Well, good news for those of you waiting for this phone, the Xperia S is now available in Singapore.

  • Xperia acro HD SO-03D to retail in Japan on 15 March

    The new Xperia acro HD SO-03D is scheduled to retail in Japan on 15 March next month, with pre-orders starting on 2 March.

  • Sony Mobile Communications unveils Xperia U and Xperia P

    Sony Mobile Communications has unveiled their new next generation smartphones at this week's Mobile World Congress, which comes in the form of Xperia U and Xperia P. Both smartphones are equipped with 1GHz dual-core processors and features Sony's Reality Display powered by Mobile BRAVIA Engine.

  • AMD said to be providing GPU for the PlayStation 4

    An article over at Forbes suggests that Sony is looking to drop NVIDIA in favour of AMD as the GPU of choice in its next-gen PlayStation 4 gaming console. A former AMD employee has apparently come forward and revealed that AMD is involved in development on a new Sony system.

  • “Sony Tablet” P launches today in Singapore

    The "Sony Tablet" S and P were unveiled together last year, but it was the "Sony Tablet" S that was first to be launched in Singapore on October 2011. Good news is, the "Sony Tablet" P with dual 5.5-inch TFT screens has been announced and it is available from today.

  • Sony Computer Entertainment officially launches PlayStation Vita in Singapore

    Today, Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong (SCEH) has officially announced the PlayStation Vita in Singapore. To celebrate the launch, the company is having a road show at 313 Somerset (ground floor) which will end this Sunday.

  • Sony considers prospect of Vita OS on smartphones and tablets

    It's possible that we'll be seeing a range of Vita OS running smartphones and tablets in the future to come. At least that's the hint given by Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai during a Q&A last Friday.