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Sony готовится бросить вызов Switch с новой портативной PlayStation / NV

Sony, кажется, возвращается на рынок портативных консолей с новым мощным устройством. Что известно?

Sony moves towards first annual profit in gaming in years | Network World

Sony's gaming business is moving towards profitability this year -- something that's eluded the company each year since the PlayStation 3 was launched in 2006.

Cisco tops latest Greenpeace rankings, Panasonic last | Network World

Cisco Systems earned the top spot on the new Greenpeace "Cool IT" leadership list, while some of Japan's biggest electronics vendors -- Toshiba, Sharp, Sony and Panasonic -- finished last.

Sony games chief faced big challenges with PSP refresh | Network World

The major refresh of the PlayStation Portable unveiled on Thursday is the result of a two-year effort to rethink the basic gaming platform, according to Kaz Hirai, chairman of Sony Computer Entertainment.

Sony Ericsson woos developers ahead of Xperia Play launch | Network World

Sony Ericsson is doing its best to attract developers who can create games tailor-made for its upcoming Xperia Play smartphone, working with third-party tool makers to simplify the development process.

Sony struggles with poor sales of the PSP Go | Network World

When Sony launched its PSP Go last year the company had high hopes. The device was supposed to help PlayStation Portable shipments increase by almost a million units for the year and spearhead Sony's digital download push into the portable gaming market. But things haven't gone according to plan.

Some Nook e-readers won’t make it for the holidays either | Network World

Just two days after Sony said that its wireless e-reader, the Daily Edition, might not make it to buyers before the end of the year, Barnes & Noble said its Nook e-reader is sold out.

Next-gen mobile TV technology gets more backing | Network World

Chip makers IPWireless and ST-Ericsson said Wednesday that they have joined forces to develop a platform designed to lower the cost of building Integrated Mobile Broadcast (IMB) technology into smartphones.

Sony returns its electronics units to profit, raises outlook | Network World

Sony saw profitability return to its core electronics operations in the July to September period and increased its full-year profit forecast despite taking a hit from the strong Japanese yen.

Sony Ericsson’s first Android smartphone to launch in April | Network World

Japanese consumers will be the first in the world to get their hands on Sony Ericsson's new Xperia X10 smartphone when it goes on sale here in April through carrier NTT DoCoMo, the companies said Thursday.

Can a new CISO improve Sony PlayStation Network security? | Network World

Can a chief information security officer (CISO) help prevent the kind of massive data breach that occurred in the Sony PlayStation network breach last month in which attackers grabbed personal information on an estimated 77 million customers of the PlayStation and Qriocity online games?

Sony will take back manufacturing of Cell chips from Toshiba | Network World

Sony will take full control of the manufacturing of the processor used in its PlayStation 3 console, ending a two-year joint venture with Toshiba, the companies announced Friday.

Amazon’s Kindle winning battle, but Adobe poised to win eBook war | Network World

Barnes & Noble, Sony and other eBook vendors may be the manufacturing brawn in the ongoing e-reader war, but the brains directing the challenge against Amazon.com's market-leading Kindle is Adobe Systems Inc.

Sony to end TV manufacturing in Europe | Network World

Sony plans to end manufacturing of televisions in Europe this year and will sell its TV manufacturing plant in Spain to two local companies, it said Tuesday. The move, which is part of Sony's ongoing restructuring, will increase the company's reliance on outsourcing companies and it part of a plan to return its core TV operations to profitability.

Sony introduces three light, bright touch-screen e-readers | Network World

The e-reader market is constantly moving, with new models being introduced (and prices dropping) on almost a weekly rate. The latest additions are from Sony, which has revamped its line of Sony Reader e-book readers. While two out of the three new models don't have wireless connections to a bookstore -- and are therefore missing the instant gratification that Amazon's Kindle offers -- the new devices are sleek and good-looking, with a lot of interesting features.

Sony profits hit by falling TV prices, strong yen | Network World

Stiff price competition in the flat-screen TV market and the strong Japanese yen hurt profits at Sony in the last three months of 2010, the company said Thursday.

Sony plans PlayStation expansion | Network World

Sony is hoping to return its PlayStation business to profitability next year with the help of new hardware devices and expansion of its network-delivered services platform, it said Thursday.

Sony unveils 17-inch, 25-inch professional OLED monitors | Network World

Sony will soon begin selling a professional monitor that contains the largest commercial organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen yet produced.

Ericsson courts online publishers with mobile payments | Network World

Ericsson will soon launch a platform designed to let consumers buy online content such as news stories with the charge billed to their mobile phone rather than other payment methods, such as a credit card.

Sony back to profit on Bravia, Vaio, PS3 strength | Network World

Sony returned to profitability in the second quarter, helped by strong sales of key products, prompting it to raise its profit outlook for the full year on Thursday.

PlayStation chief Hirai tipped as next head of Sony | Network World

The Sony executive credited with turning the PlayStation into a money-maker, Kazuo Hirai, is in the lead to take over from Howard Stringer after he retires, the Sony chairman said Thursday. But Stringer noted that the race is not over yet.

Sony begins chasing PlayStation subscription revenue | Network World

Sony released an update to its PlayStation 3 on Tuesday that brings several new features and launches the PlayStation's first subscription gaming service.

Are all rootkits evil? | Network World

When a security researcher late last year discovered Sony was using hidden software-cloaking and monitoring techniques to protect copyrights on its music CDs, public backlash prompted lawsuits against the company and a debate ensued about using "rootkits" in commercial software.

Sony restarts more quake-hit plants, supply problems remain | Network World

Sony has partially resumed production at all but two of its factories that were hit by the March 11 massive earthquake in Japan.

AT&T forges 4G rollout with Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson | Network World

AT&T took a big step forward in its plan to deploy Long Term Evolution technology by selecting Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent as its LTE equipment vendors.