Sony throws its hat into the ring as another provider of streaming music on Android-powered tablet devices.
Sony is removing right for consumers to join class-action suits against many of its online services. But with recent breaches of Sony networks, and lengthy PSN downtime, still fresh in many minds, is this a branding blunder?
A major security breach has blemished the reputation of Sony's fledgling subscription music service, Qriocity. Sony had plenty to worry about even before the intrusion.
Company president Jerry Shen said Asustek plans to launch its reader by the end of 2009 at the earliest.
The pint-sized SNE-50K will be sold only in South Korea at first, but the consumer electronics giant has plans and prototypes for worldwide rollouts.
Our favorite stuff from Crave this week includes news about an e-reader from Samsung and a look at console games of yore that deserve a second life.
Oh snap, as they say. Palm has decided to get all vague in Apple's face about patents. Molly's back and she's hazelnut brown. And we determine that tech is, in fact, pretty sucky. All that and more, if you can get your sucky tech to work long enough to
In today's show, horrible ship-related pun-crimes are perpetrated and we learn that in Russia, emoticons wink at you and try to charge you for them. Also, we bash a ton of gadgets, like the still-overpriced Sony PlayStation 3, the $99-with-contract Acer A
Don Reisinger thinks it's time for Sony to downsize. But Sony's success may dictate otherwise.