Sony has released a range of its high-end audio products in Australia, from headphones to speakers, all designed for listening to high-res audio files.
Sony dominated consumer electronics for decades, but that was a long time ago.
Crave's Eric Mack kicks off WWDC week by imagining a world where Apple never revolutionized digital music and finds it might not be that bad a place. In fact, it could be an improvement.
We take a closer look at a new budget-friendly Sony Walkman announced today in Japan.
Walkman Z series, due out December 10 in Japan, comes with a 1GHz dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, 512MB of RAM, Android 2.3, and an enormous 4.3-inch LCD screen
With demand drying up, Sony will shutter production of its last MiniDisc Walkman later this year.
This week, we discuss Apple's reported decline in iPod sales--not to be confused with the company's overall sales, which are continue to be through the roof. Also, some code in the Zune Software update has people speculating about a potential Zune phone, and a new music format might be on the horizon (which we think will have just about as much traction as Sony's proprietary ATRAC codec). Finally, we confront stylish headphones' lack of good sound, and let some listeners of questionable sobriety take over the airwaves.
This week, we discuss Apple's reported decline in iPod sales--not to be confused with the company's overall sales, which continue to be through the roof. Also, some code in the Zune Software update has people speculating about a potential Zune phone.
Bach Technology is designing a new file format, MusicDNA, that will provide a wealth of information--from album cover art to concert dates--alongside a regular audio file. But third-party support will be essential.
Sony Connect will stop selling music by March 2008, suggesting the end of the line for the company's Atrac format.