After 33 years of life, Sony has finally discontinued production of its line of cassette Walkmans.
It's AU$49 and it comes with "1000s of games". But don't get confused - this most certainly is not the PlayStation Vita it resembles.
How much impact does Android have in the music and media player space? Does it even matter when Apple pretty much owns the market?
The Cowon 3D portable media player is a 4.8-inch thingummyjig for watching videos in three dimensions without glasses.
CNET's Donald Bell wraps up his review of the Sony Walkman Z, a portable media player with an emphasis on audio quality.
Android rules, an Aston Martin phone, and you guessed it, Amazon is on fire! All that and more on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly for September 28, 2011.
HTC's phone for ladies prompts us to try to decide on a phone for me, Google Wallet is finally here (kinda), and an app helps you stay under your data plan cap.
Somewhere in the world, a pig must be flying, because we've got the Motorola Droid Bionic in the studio. We also dig into the latest tablet news and Antuan promises to work on his pronunciation.
U.K. retailer Play.com reveals high-resolution images and some specs of Sony's upcoming NWZ-A860 series Walkman.
The company is preparing to launch an update for several of its high-end Walkman devices, according to FCC certification documents it filed last week.