In Sony's version of the future, wearables will be an extension not only of smartphones, but of game consoles too.
Stories by Tim Hornyak
If you're looking for signs of our collective robotic future, it's either terrifyingly near or forever just around the corner.
Sony's top executive vowed to finish reforming its troubled electronics business by next April, saying the company has no choice if it wants to return to growth.
A hacker has confessed in court to hijacking other people's computers to make murder threats in a bizarre case that saw the source code for a virus stashed in the collar of a cat.
Japanese researchers have developed a new type of lithium-ion conductor that could help prevent the kind of lithium-ion battery fires that grounded the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft last year.
Creditors of bankrupt Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox have until Nov. 28 to file proof of their claims, according to a notice from its trustee.
4K TV shows aren't yet a reality in most countries, but Sharp has announced a unit that can receive and record them.
Sony is expanding its lineup of RX100 Cyber-shot cameras with a new addition that sports an electronic viewfinder.
You'd never guess it by the name, but Fujitsu's Next Generation User Interface Technology is designed to bridge the divide between digital and printed information.
What would "Alice in Wonderland" sound like if it were set to music? And what if the composer were a computer?
You might think twice about buying produce from Japan's Fukushima, where a tsunami-hit nuclear power plant spewed radiation.
Sony's move to abandon PCs has contributed to a massive net loss of ¥128.4 billion (US$1.25 billion for the year to March 31, and it has forecast a loss of ¥50 billion for the coming 12 months.
Are you alert enough to drive? New smartphone-linked glasses from Japan can tell you that by tracking your gaze and eye movements.
Serve the public trust, protect the innocent, uphold the law.
Leica's new T-System digital camera may have one of the most tedious ads ever made, but the camera's looks are far from boring.
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