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Sony's $499 Xperia Tablet Z arrives in second quarter

Sony's Xperia Tablet Z will go on sale globally in the second quarter, priced from $499 in the U.S.

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What to expect at Mobile World Congress 2013

Apps that act as a second screen, connected cars, tech to get you in shape, and countless tablets and phones will be on display at the 2013 Mobile World Congress.

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PlayStation 4: A few more details come to light

Despite running for two hours, Sony's press conference left a lot of unanswered questions about the PlayStation 4. A day later, we have a few more details.

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Sony announces PlayStation 4, shows off cloud gaming features and more

In a lengthy presentation, Sony executives announced the PlayStation 4 and brought up several partners to demo games for the new console.

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Sony’s PlayStation 4 event: 5 things to watch for

Sony on Wednesday is holding a PlayStation event in New York City where the company is expected to introduce its next gaming console dubbed the PlayStation 4.

Sony trims PlayStation Vita price by one-third in Japan

Sony said Monday it will slash the price of its PlayStation Vita handheld game consoles by up to a third in Japan, weeks after it cut its sales target for the device following weak holiday sales.

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A second photo of a possible new Sony PlayStation controller?

Rumored Sony PS4 controller shows new thumbsticks

Sony will hold its press event in New York on February 20, at 6 p.m. EST. The company hasn't said what the event is about, but it seems obvious that new console hardware is the topic.

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New camera war brewing in the smartphone market

As HTC and Nokia prepare to go head-to-head with new cameras on upcoming smartphones, they hope to steal market share from Apple and Samsung Electronics.

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Sony adds large-screen Ultrabooks to Vaio lineup

The Ultrabooks have Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system

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Sony quits manufacturing the 21-year-old MiniDisc player

RIP, Sony MiniDisc -- Sony has announced it is no longer manufacturing the portable audio players, which had limited adoption even after 21 years.

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