OpinionWhen YouView – then known as Canvas – was originally unveiled it was difficult not to be excited by a project involving key British broadcasters that promised to make catch-up TV accessible to the mainstream.
Sony Ericsson has announced the new Live With Walkman phone to help bring Android to those who want 'a rich and social entertainment experience'.
Sony has launched its cloud-based Music Unlimited service for all Android phones, bringing unlimited subscription streaming and access to your own music library.
The PlayStation network is still down, leaving Sony with a major embarrassment on its hands on a day when it announced the Sony Tablet S1 and S2.
Sony could be working on two more unusual tablets for launch in 2011; a two-screened Android clamshell and a Windows 7 slider.
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Sony has announced that it is adding Music Unlimited to its Qriocity web service, offering up to 6 million songs through subscription.