Rejoice PlayStation racing fans, Gran Turismo 6 has been officially announced for the console at the UK’s Silverstone circuit. If you have no clue what Gran Turismo is, it is probably the world’s most popular console-racing franchise spanning 15 years. The Gran Turismo games have been on PlayStation, Playstation 2, PSP and PlayStation 3.+Continue Reading
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Sony will be launching a 13.3-inch “Digital Paper” device that will be initially aimed at University students in Japan. The reason for the large size is that it will be the same size as a A4 sheet of paper. The device will allows for PDF creation, reading and annotating. Unlike other readers out there this one is meant to be a replacement for paper and will not have many features that other e-readers and tablets do.+Continue Reading
If there is one thing I think I would never try and do it would be opening up or disassembling a tablet. If I would open one up I most likely would never get it back together correctly. Sony on the other hand though it would be a good idea to tear open their brand new Xperia Z tablet. Any tablet would be hard to open up but the Xperia Z is the world’s thinnest 10.1-inch tablet so it is really quite astonishing that Sony decided to open it up and break it down. Check out the YouTube video after the jump.+Continue Reading
Unless you’re a mobile tech junkie you’d never know that Sony purchased the half of their mobile phone division that was owned by Ericsson. Up until recently all the design elements that went into their phones were remnants of the previous partnership. At CES 2013 Sony decided to rocket out of the new company cannon with one of the SEXIEST Android options I’ve ever seen. With the manufacturing quality reputation already in place and drive of being an independent mobile option, Sony gives a new meaning to stylish and chic.+Continue Reading
Our focus this year for the Sony booth was the Japanese electronics giant’s new line of Android tablets. The Tablet S is a 9.7″ tablet with a unique wedged edge developed as the result of rigorous user testing and feedback. The wedge helps the user better balance the unit by shifting weight to one had without increasing the overall weight of the device. The Tablet P is Sony’s newest design, a clamshell tablet with dual screens. For both, Sony used screen designs from its line of televisions in order to deliver the highest quality viewing experience. ThinkComputers’ Colin Dean speaks with Sony’s Otis Gates about this line of tablets.+Continue Reading