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Japanese electronic brands lose luster

Dec 21, 2012
How many Sony, Panasonic or Sharp gadgets did you buy this year? Japan’s electronics giants have lost their competitiveness -- and perhaps creativity.
Posted In: Sony, electronics, Japan, cameras, Panasonic, Sharp, tv

Japanese electronic companies suffer losses

Aug 2, 2012
In Japan, two big electronics companies are reporting disappointing earnings this morning. Sony is reporting a $316 million quarterly loss. And Sharp announced a $1.2 billion loss, which was much worse than expected.
Posted In: Sony, consumer electronics, Japan

Giant video gaming conference E3 gets going in L.A.

Jun 5, 2012
And it's all about the game consoles. How will Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony stave off mobile and social games?
Posted In: video games, e3, nintendo, Sony, Microsoft

Sony pledges to rise again

Apr 12, 2012
Its new CEO says he will revive the electronics and entertainment company.
Posted In: Sony

Sony to cut 10,000 jobs

Apr 9, 2012
The electronics company will be losing about 6 percent of its workforce. It's the first major move by Sony's new CEO.
Posted In: Sony

Layoffs may not help Sony's bottom line

Apr 9, 2012
Sony is reportedly going to cut 10,000 jobs by the end of this year, but some say it may already be too late to save the company.
Posted In: Sony

Sony tries over, with a new CEO

Apr 2, 2012
But can a change at the top reboot the ailing consumer electronics giant?
Posted In: Sony, Kazuo Hirai

Bunch of new stuff for Vita launch day

Feb 22, 2012
"NOW will you buy one?!" - Sony
Posted In: Sony, vita, video games

Sony unveils new handheld video game console

Feb 21, 2012
It is called the PlayStation Vita, and it is coming to the U.S. and Europe this week. A basic Wi-Fi version costs costs $250 and Sony is promoting it with a $50 million marketing campaign.
Posted In: Sony, playstation, vita, video games

Need a new jaw? Just print one up

Feb 21, 2012
Medical breakthrough in Belgium could provide for new possibilities in cosmetic medical work.
Posted In: 3D printing, medicine, vita, Sony