The new virtual-reality headset drew a line at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco
The rumors were true: Sony is bringing a virtual reality headset to the PlayStation 4. And it works even if you wear glasses.
Twitch beats Pokemon, Batman gets his license, and you turned into Jerry Seinfeld—this is gaming news for the week of March 3.
The 19-year Sony veteran is leaving his post as president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America at the end of March.
We've told you about the changes Sony's introducing to its Xperia smartphones and tablets. Now see the new Xperia Z2 phone for yourself in this video report.
The waterproof SmartBand is basically a Fitbit Flex with a couple extra features, but the secret sauce is the gorgeous Lifelog app...which you don't even need the SmartBand to use.
Besides the new version of its flagship phone, Sony also unveiled a new Xperia Z2 Tablet and the mid-range Xperia M2 handset. Sony didn't say when the Z2 phone and tablet will launch in the US.
Caixa Bank claims it is the first to develop an application for use with smartwatch devices, along with a customer app that runs on Google Glass.
Sony is on a quest to duplicate earlier successes like its storied Walkman, but its Xperia smartphones could face troubles cracking a crowded market.
When the PlayStation Vita arrives, it will include a copy of Borderlands 2 and a memory card that allows you to actually play the game.