A listing on Amazon France sheds light on the PS4+PS Vita "Ultimate Player Edition" bundle, possibly ruining a surprise E3 announcement in the process.
Sony finally decides to discontinue production and distribution of the Playstation Portable (PSP) in Japan.
Sony’s already plentiful mid-range smartphone lineup is about to get even more crowded, as the Xperia T3 is here to offer a cheaper alternative for prospective Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo buyers.
Sony is holding a special free livestream event that brings their E3 press conference to theaters across the U.S. and Canada.
The update brings the latest and greatest version of Android to Sony’s early 2013 Xperia lineup.
Sony's CEO Kaz Hirai and a number of high profile executives have halved their pay in a solemn effort to cushion the blow of the company's expected billion-dollar fiscal losses.
Plagued by worldwide component deficits, Sony’s Xperia Z2 is said to be headed stateside only unlocked, although a picture posted on Google+ seems to suggest Verizon has something up its sleeve.
The PlayStation 4 continues to break sales records.
Sony has announced that a physical Blu-ray version of Minecraft's PS3 Edition will be available on store shelves starting next month.
In a rather surprising move Sony Computer Entertainment has sold all of its Square Enix stock, ridding itself of one of its major asset groups.
Online retailers like Best Buy and Target have listed a very specific June release date for the PlayStation 4 version of Naughty Dog's celebrated epic The Last of Us.
The unintentional confirmation comes in a similar way to that of the game’s single-player Left Behind DLC.
Sony announces their plan to make 4K HD technology even more widespread through a collaborative agreement with FIFA.
A mysterious Sony-made smartphone likely headed to Japan’s NTT DoCoMo has scored FCC certification, and all signs point to it being the precocious follow-up to the Xperia Z1 f, known internationally as the Z1 Compact.
Sony has revealed that over 1,000 development teams have signed up to develop and release self-published titles on the PlayStation 4 platform.
Despite not setting any box-office records so far, Sony’s SmartWatch line will remain largely unchanged in the software department, with future entries slated to run an OS different from the freshly unveiled Android Wear.
One of the most buzzed-about new smartphones of 2014, Sony’s Xperia Z2, has just started its global rollout in Taiwan, being set to spread its wings around the world before long, but only in limited stocks.
A little late to the Android 4.4 KitKat upgrading party compared to Samsung, HTC or LG, Sony is apparently bringing no less than three of its smartphones up to date software-wise over the next few weeks.
Virtual reality headset will bring an Oculus Rift-like experience to the Playstation 4.
A new job listing for Sony's R&D department adds further credence to the possibility of incoming VR support.