Sony IFA 2018 announcements covered robot aibo, updated WH-1000XM3 ANC headphones, the Bravia Master series TVs and a new flagship Xperia XZ3 smartphone and much
The Sony 2018 TV and AV range were recently showcased to media and retailers. While Sony gear is always good, the 2018 range reflects a
Sony Alpha Awards 2018 are now open to 11 to 18 year old photographers, with great prizes on offer.
Sony’s demonstrating its Sonic Surf VR audio technology at SXSW 2018, current running in Austin, Texas.
One of Europe’s big tech shows has just concluded. ISE stands for Integrated Systems Europe, and this is where companies like Sony can show off
Sony’s Bravia 4K, 8000 Professional series LED/LCD TVs have been chosen for the new upmarket Sofitel at Sydney’s Darling Harbour next to the International Convention
Did you ever watch the special extras for The Matrix, way back when? Remember “Bullet time”? That first time when Trinity leapt into a kick
Sony owns big screen UltraHD. The competition is very clever, but the technology ultimately falls a little short. Sony is increasing this ownership with three
As a slightly snooty hifi guy from way back, I’ve tended to look down my nose somewhat on the brasher kind of audio systems. Their
Today! That’s when Sony is releasing its OLED TVs in Australia. I suspect that these might be the most radical OLED models since LG and
Good news everyone! Sony has introduced two new “Z-Phosphor” projectors, bringing the total in its lineup to eleven. The Sony VPL-PWZ10 is a WXGA model
You’d think that the greatest advantages with the new Ultra High Definition video standards would come with home projection screens. The bigger the picture, the
Sony’s newest reasonably-priced phone is available today from Sony and from JB Hi-Fi. Selling for $399, the phone has a five inch HD – 720p
My, hasn’t the Walkman come a long way? The original chunky portable cassette player from 37 years ago has shrunk, become more robust, delivers far
Sony hit the stage today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas with a very surprising addition to its TV line up, along with
The Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin has been running since 1924, apart from an unfortunate interruption in the 1940s. Since 2005 it has been an annual event.