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Sony Silently Launches Entry-Level Smartphone ‘Xperia L1’, Will Go on Sale in Late April

22 Mar xperia-l1-black-990x401

After launching its premium line-up of smartphones under XZ series at MWC this year, Sony has now launched a new smartphone — Xperia L1. Interestingly, this one is an entry-level smartphone, the market segment which Sony has not looked upon in a very long time. (more…)

Sony’s Latest Patent May Soon Enable Wireless Charging of One Phone Using Another

18 Mar sony-logo-e1450027925383

By Anmol Sachdeva, The Tech Portal

While the tech community is still striving to make wireless charging ubiquitous on smartphones, Sony has gone ahead and patented a new leapfrogging technique based on the same. The Japanese giant is planning to ask you to place your phone on a dock to charge the device but instead plans on allowing you to steal precious battery power from your friend’s phone. (more…)

Sony Will Now Let You Play PS4 Games Straight on Your PC

16 Mar PS4_FINALFANTASYXV_01.0

By Mudit Mohilay, The Tech Portal

Yup. God bless Sony. The company has announced that PlayStation 4 games are finally coming to PlayStation Now cloud gaming service. So basically, users will be able to stream PS4 games to either their PS4 or their PCs by paying a monthly subscription fees. (more…)

Sony Sold Almost 1 Million PlayStation VR Headsets within 4 Months

1 Mar sony-vr-project-morpheus-600x373-490x304

By Mudit Mohilay, The Tech Portal

What is better than playing games on a huge screen with state-of-the art headsets plugged into your ears so that it feels as if you are almost inside the game. Well, being inside the game of course. I don’t know why people even bothered to doubt the success of VR gaming in the first place, it is here and it is becoming huge. Just ask Sony. (more…)

Ps4 Owners, Prepare Yourself for an Upcoming Major Update

17 Jan pexels-photo-1

By Dhruv Chopra, The Tech Portal

A pretty massive PlayStation 4 update, which will incidentally be the first large one since September 2016’s 4.00 update, is well on it’s way. Sony confirmed this update news just today in an official PlayStation Blog post, but didn’t share any details regarding the contents it’ll bring, only mentioning that it’s called 4.5 and will have some “improvements and new features.(more…)

Sony TV Business’ Turnaround: to Re-launch OLED Large Size TV

4 Jan shutterstock_219795091-624x432

Sony plans to sell large size organic light emitting diodes (OLED) TV worldwide in summer 2017, according to Nikkei’s news. It aims to increase its sales via next generation display technology. OLED can present more vivid color, and higher contrast ratio, with faster processing speed. Sony’s OLED TV will use LG Display’s panels, with Sony’s researched image processing technology. It will be unveiled to the Europe, USA, and China markets in spring 2017. (more…)

Sony Announces Audio and Video Products that Work with the Google Assistant on Google Home

21 Dec Sony-logo-wallpaper-600x335

Sony Electronics has announced that with recent firmware updates, Google Home users can now use voice control to stream music and video to several models of new and existing Chromecast built-in Sony speakers and Android TV Sony 4K HDR televisions. (more…)

Sony Sells Over 50 million PlayStation 4 Units Worldwide

9 Dec playing-sony-console-controller-990x660

By Aastha Chugh, The Tech Portal

2016 has proved to be a fruitful year for Japanese multinational conglomerate, Sony Corporation. On Wednesday, the company announced that the sales of its PlayStation 4 video game console had exceeded 50 million units on 6th December 2016. (more…)

Sony’s Profits Fall Sharply in Fiscal Second Quarter

3 Nov Sony-logo-wallpaper-600x335

On Tuesday Sony reported a steep drop in its operating and net profits for its fiscal second quarter. Analysts say the sale of Sony’s battery business and the strong Japanese yen hammered the company’s bottom line. (more…)

Sony Expects Decline in Profits following Battery Business Sale

2 Nov sony-logo-e1450027925383

By Aastha Chugh,  The Tech Portal

Sony has recently announced the sale of its battery business to Murata Manufacturing Co, a Japan based Component Company in a deal worth around $166 million. The sale has been made in order to let Sony refocus its business and concentrate on video games, entertainment and camera sensors. (more…)