Sony revealed the PlayStation 4 last night, in what turned out to be a fulfilling and unfulfilling night.
In a matter of hours, Sony will make its big announcement, which many believe will introduce a next-generation PlayStation console. Here is some of the speculation about what the console would look like (and the likelihood of them being true).
NPR provides recordings of Newport Folk and Jazz Festival performances, 'The Hunger Games' arrives on DVD and Blu-ray, and more top picks.
Britain had a big night at the Olympic Stadium Saturday, winning three golds including one for Jessica Ennis, the British face of the London Games.
Sony, whose Walkman music players once epitomized Japanese innovation, hasn't turned a profit since 2008. Many worry Sony represents a bigger problem with rigidity in Japan.
Samsung and Sony, two of the world's biggest television manufacturers, have begin setting minimum retail prices on their sets.
Sony stock dipped 1.2 percent in Tokyo following the news that Sony racked up a record $5.6 billion annual loss in 2011. It was Sony's fouth straight year in the red.
Twisted Metal review scores are in. Time to strap on that seatbelt.
From the inevitable iPad 3 to the mysterious Google Nexus tablet, here are the 10 tablets to watch in 2012.
Tablet computers keep getting cheaper to compete with iPad. Sony is latest manufacturer to slash prices on its line of tablet computers.