Sony MP3 players
Sony is pulling the plug on the MiniDisc, ending the manufacture of stereo systems that support the format.
Sony has refreshed its Walkman line-up, slipping Android Ice Cream Sandwich into the new top-line model.
In the dead of the night, Sony has slipped its music-streaming competitor into the iOS App Store.
Sony is getting into the balanced-armature in-ear headphone market in a big way this year, with, count 'em, 11 new models ranging in price from US$79.99 to US$499.99.
Imagine a world where Apple never revolutionised digital music and it might not be that bad a place. In fact, it could be an improvement.
Do you prefer your phone to be a phone and your media player to play media? Then you're bound to feel a twinge of excitement when you check out Sony's new Walkman.
Sony has announced it has finally retired the Walkman cassette tape player, marking the end of one of the most successful consumer gadgets of all time.
We won't be seeing a touchscreen MP3 player from Sony all that soon. You're going to have to wait until May to get your hands on the X-series Walkman, which was officially announced at CES 2009.
The W-series Walkman from Sony is a 2GB MP3 player built into a set of impressively small ear bud-style headphones and sports a palatable price tag.
Sony is targeting exercise fanatics with its latest range of headphones. There are five lightweight designs on offer, ranging from AU$49 to AU$199.
WHERE TO BUY
Sony Nwz-w273 W Series Sports Walkman - 4gb Waterproof Up To 2m Wireless Wearable Recharge
Best value: AUD$97.90
Sony Walkman W270 Headband Mp3 Player - White MP3 Players
Best value: AUD$101.24
Sony Walkman Waterproof All In One Sports Mp3 Player
Best value: AUD$140.78