The world’s largest technology show opens its doors on Tuesday, but a number of eye-catching new gadget announcements have already been confirmed.
Sony has unveiled a concept autonomous car as it anticipates the rise of an “autonomous driving society”.
Artificial intelligence, 5G and robotics are expected to be among the biggest talking points when the world’s largest technology show – CES – begins in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
The Hyundai Kona Electric car has been named Which?’s product of the year for 2019, inching ahead of items ranging from Apple AirPods to a reusable coffee cup.
Sony has confirmed its next games console will be named the PlayStation 5, and will launch at the end of next year.
Sony has pulled Facebook integration from the PlayStation 4, making it impossible to find friends on the social network who also use the gaming console.
Spider-Man will remain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as it was announced that Sony and Walt Disney Studios’ Marvel will re-team for a new outing.
The chances of Spider-Man returning to Marvel films have been dealt a blow after a Sony executive said “for the moment the door is closed”.
Sony has unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, which includes camera technology from its high-end digital camera line-up.
Smarter TVs and powerful laptops have been among the first new products revealed ahead of Europe’s largest technology trade show.
New smartphones, wearables and smart home gadgets will be unveiled later this week when the IFA technology convention takes place in Berlin.
The rise of wireless earphones has been dramatic as technology and particularly Bluetooth connections have improved, meaning cutting cables no longer results in a lower quality audio experience.
Jeremy Renner and Ryan Reynolds have weighed in after Sony’s split with Disney over the Spider-Man franchise.
Fans have reacted with dismay following reports that Spider-Man may exit the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
Game publishers will be required to reveal the odds of receiving types of in-game items from loot boxes as part of a new commitment by the world’s biggest console firms.
Microsoft has confirmed its next Xbox console will launch at the end of next year, claiming it is the “most powerful and highest-performing console” the company has ever made.
Microsoft and Sony have agreed a deal to work together on video games streaming services, despite the two companies being bitter rivals in the industry.
Apple has been accused of “significantly overstating” the battery life of a number of its iPhone handsets following testing carried out by consumer watchdog Which?.
Sony’s next major console will allow gamers to play old PS4 games and will not be digital-only, a senior member of the company’s development team has revealed in an interview.
Sony is to launch the “world’s first” smartphone with a 4K resolution OLED display – similar technology to modern televisions – the company has announced.
Foldable phones, 5G and better smartphone cameras are expected to be the main talking points when the Mobile World Congress (MWC) technology trade show begins in Barcelona next week.
Sony has unveiled a new smartwatch which allows users to attach any of their existing watch faces to a smart band to add digital features such as fitness tracking and notifications.
The world’s first foldable-screen smartphone and a robot that teaches people to play table tennis have been among the eye-catching attractions on display as the CES tech show opened in Las Vegas.
Sony has now sold more than 91.6 million PlayStation 4 consoles, helped by a sales boost in the run-up to Christmas.
Sony has created a new form of audio technology it says recreates the feeling of listeners being surrounded by music on all sides.
Modern gaming is an incredible place technologically, and in the scale and depth of what is offered – but few gaming experiences are as powerful as the first ones to embed themselves in your memory.
Sony will not attend annual video games convention E3 in 2019, the PlayStation maker has announced.
An £80 million investment has been announced aiming to boost productivity and jobs in the UK’s creative industries.
Making a smartphone that stands out in a crowded market is a tricky business, even for established players like Sony.
A newly published Sony patent appears to suggest the company is looking into introducing backwards compatibility to future versions of its PlayStation console.