It's not been the best week for Sony, which got us wondering: what happened to the glory days of the Walkman? We also find out why Google spent a few million quid on artificial intelligence, and take a look at the prospect of a Nokia Android phone.
Sony is a proper technology legend, synonymous with gadgetry since building the first commercially successful transistor radio six decades ago. It's survived the Internet and the iPod -- but with its credit rating slashed and profits falling, is the company feeling the squeeze like everyone else, or has Sony really blown it?
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