At Berlin, Sony has shown off the Vaio Fit multi-flip, the Vaio Tap 11 and the massive Vaio Tap 21.
Sony unveils the fourth-gen Intel powered Vaio Pro Ultrabook and the next look Duo 13.
The Japanese electronics giant is finally jumping on the ultrabook bandwagon. The Sony Vaio T-series, unveiled today at a press event in Singapore, will be available in 11.6- and 13.3-inch screen s...
Add Sony to the list of PC makers embracing Intel's third-generation Core i-series CPUs.
The two companies plan to create a recordable disc that can store 300GB of data, and hope to have it on the market by the end of 2015.
The headsets are coming, the headsets are coming! The disturbing trend of consumer electronics companies wanting to perch on your mug continues.
A patent filing shows that, when it comes to wearable computers, Google is already thinking beyond eyeglasses.
A new deal gives RIM access to Microsoft's file system technology for flash storage drives.
HP has revealed a trio of touch-friendly ultrabooks in time for the release of Windows 8, including a hybrid tablet with a keyboard dock.
The Japanese PC maker has launched two new Ivy Bridge machines with the LifeBook U Series.
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