Sony returned to profit for the first time in five years in fiscal 2012, boosted by a weaker yen plus sales of key real estate and other assets, execs announced Thursday.
Ouya: New kid in the console game, Sennheiser's stylish Momentum headphones, the Blackberry Z10 and Sony's new Xperia Tablet Z.
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As Kazuo Hirai looks to revitalize the Sony brand, he's not turning his back on Sony Pictures, replicating what former chief Howard Stringer did well: showing off some of the studio's upcoming…
Sony Corp. will show off a wide range of new products at next week's Consumer Electronics Show, but one that will stay under wraps could be its riskiest: a multichannel TV service to rival cable.
As Sony's new president and CEO, Kazuo Hirai, unveiled his strategy Thursday to return the company to profitability, he had one message for the studio division in Hollywood: You're safe for now.
Sony Corp. issued a vote of confidence for 3D movie exhibition at its presentation Monday at the Consumer Electronics Show with some help from the star of one of its biggest upcoming blockbusters…
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