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Sony A9

Sony have announced the spectacular A9 mirrorless camera, the camera professional shooters and advanced amateurs have been waiting for. The new system boosts performance well beyond Sony’s current flagship, the A7RII, and is the most advanced shooter that the Japanese electronics giant has ever rolled out. The A9 is equipped with a f... read more

Sony Extra Bass Headphones

Sony have released a headphone for bass-hungry travelers. The XB950N1 Wireless Headphones deliver powerful, enhanced bass response, and feature feature noise-canceling technology. The Extra Bass function enhances all your low-end frequencies, and delivers deep, punchy sound. You can even adjust and fine-tune your bass levels via the accompanying ap... read more

Sony Xperia Touch

Sony have presented the Xperia Touch, a portable projector that´ll turn any table into a tablet. It looks like a large, external hard drive, but it’s essentially a device projecting an Android tablet interface onto a wall or table. The Xperia Touch uses SXRD projection display technology, combined with a built-in camera and Infrared light to detect... read more

Retro Patents

There is a new trend in turning old technology into decorative art that hangs on your wall. Framed Tech pays homage to the biggest tech icons such as outdated gadgets and vintage consoles by disassembling them and laying all parts out in an ultra-organized fashion, creating modern works of art. Another like-minded company is Retro Patents, which se... read more

Sony Rx100 V

Sony´s king of point-and-shoots gets even better! The new Sony RX100 V can shoot an insane 24 RAW images per second for 150 shots! The impressively capable pocket-sized shooter features a new image processor, a built-in RAM chip and larger buffer to speed things up. An improved AF system also boosts its speed to give it the fastest auto-focus on th... read more

Playstation Now For Pc

Could this mean the death of gaming consoles? PlayStation Now will soon let you play anywhere you have a PC! Sony has announced that its streaming service PlayStation Now is ”making the jump” to Windows PC, bringing an array of PlayStation-exclusives. PC users will now have access to over 400 of the PlayStations best titles (including Uncharted, Go... read more