Hands On: Sony's HMZ-T1 Is an Amazing OLED 3DTV. That You Wear On Your Head.

Sony's new 720p OLED 3DTV with 5.1 virtual surround has a 150-inch screen-equivalent and costs $800. But it weighs less than a pound. That's because it's worn on your face. More »

Sony Tablet S Review: It's Good to See You Again, Sony

Shaped like a folded over magazine, Sony's Tablet S is maybe the weirdest looking tablet we've ever seen. But it's also the most comfortable.

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Sony Tablet P First Impressions: Is the Taco Tablet Tasty?

I really love Sony for trying something different. Between this foldable Tablet P and the company's indescribably-shaped (but very palmable) Tablet S they are genuinely trying to leave the hardware pack mentality behind. More »

Sony's SA-NS 500 AirPlay Speaker: Room-Filling Sound from a Lampshade

Sony's new AirPlay-ready, lampshade-looking SA-NS 500 portable speaker looks like it's going to be pretty good. The SA-NS 500 has a four speaker array, a mid-range subwoofer, and gets 5-6 hours of battery life. More »

Has the Sony Reader Wi-Fi Actually Got a Shot?

Sony may have been the first major electronics manufacturer to bring ebook readers to the US, but a series of unfortunate products saw them cede the race to Kindle and Nook. More »

Sony Ericsson Reboots Xperia with Arc S, a Phone That Miiiiiiight Actually Matter

Sony is going full-tilt today, dropping more toys than a drunken toddler covered in Crisco. They're giving the Xpreria Arc-their hallmark smartphone-an S as the end of its name, and beefing it up. More »

Sony's Android Walkman Is Really for Music Nerds

A Walkman's not just for music anymore. The forthcoming Sony Android Walkman will give people access to apps-finally!-but true to the Walkman's legacy Sony's built the new version around it's music features.
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Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi Merge Just Merged Their Small Screens, and Why That's Great

Early this morning, Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi came out hand in hand to declare that they were merging their small screen divisions into one liquid crystal behemoth. More »