Sony: Playstation Vr Now Supports 360-degree Youtube Videos

Sony: PlayStation VR Now Supports 360-Degree YouTube Videos360-degree videos on YouTube aren’t new. They’ve been around for awhile now but the good news is that if you wanted to be able to enjoy it on your PlayStation VR, you can now do so. This is according to an announcement on the PlayStation Blog in which Sony announced the support of the feature.

Sony: Xperia X And X Compact Receive January 2017 Security Patches

Sony: Xperia X and X Compact receive January 2017 security patches Sony Mobile has released a new firmware update for the Xperia X and Xperia X Compact, which moves the build number from 34.2.A.0.273 to version 34.2.A.0.292. This new update updates Google’s security patches to 1 January 2017, but we expect there are few other big changes.

Sony Appears To Have Pulled Android Nougat Firmware For Xperia Z5 Users

Sony appears to have pulled Android Nougat firmware for Xperia Z5 usersSony Mobile appears to have pulled the Android 7.0 Nougat firmware update for the Xperia Z5 family. The Nougat update, in the form of build number 32.3.A.0.372, started to roll earlier in the week, but is now nowhere to be found on Sony’s servers. We have received various reports of the update disappearing for people, where it was previously available.

Sony: Deals Under $5 Flash Sale At Ps Store

Sony: Deals Under $5 Flash Sale at PS StoreFriday is finally here and starting right now we have the first Flash Sale of 2017 with PlayStation Store’s Deals Under $5! This weekend only, grab games like Knack, Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition and Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, as well as movies like Assassin’s Creed: Lineage, Batman Unlimited: Mechs Vs. Mutants, Grave Encounters, and more.

Sony Mobile Confirms Mwc 2017 Press Conference Details

Sony Mobile confirms MWC 2017 press conference detailsSony Mobile has started to send out invites to its Mobile World Congress (MWC) press conference, which is being held at the Barcelona tradeshow on Monday 27th February at 8.30am CET. We can’t confirm whether the event will be live-streamed, but it was last year, so there’s a good chance it will be again.

Sony G32xx – More Specs Appear On Antutu, Suggesting 4gb Ram And 23mp Camera

Sony G32XX – More specs appear on AnTuTu, suggesting 4GB RAM and 23MP cameraSony Mobile is shaping up to launch at least two-midrange devices at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) tradeshow in Barcelona. We have already seen model numbers Sony G31XX and Sony G32XX leak, along with confirmation that they will run the MediaTek Helio P20 MT6757 chipset with Mali-T880 graphics. The Sony G31XX is expected to use a 720p display, while the Sony G32XX is expected to run a 1080p display.

Horror-thriller Cadaver To Be The First Major Motion Picture Shot Entirely On Sony Α7s Ii

Horror-thriller Cadaver to Be the First Major Motion Picture Shot Entirely on Sony Α7s IISony Pictures Entertainment today announced that Screen Gems’ Cadaver – in U.S. theaters this summer — is pioneering a wide range of new technologies to realize a modestly budgeted motion picture with high-quality production aesthetic. The horror-thriller will be the first motion picture from a major studio shot entirely on the accessible, consumer-facing Sony α7S II camera, and the first to employ the EmagiBlock™ System — a new, sustainable building block technology for set construction from Emagispace, Inc.

Sony’s Production Technology Proves Integral To 60 Minutes’ Drone Story

Sony’s Production Technology Proves Integral to 60 Minutes’ Drone StoryOn Sunday, January 8, CBS’ 60 Minutes aired a piece on the Department of Defense’s Perdix autonomous military drones, filming an impressive spectacle – a swarm of 100 drones. But this was no easy feat. In fact, the small, fast-moving drones proved so difficult to capture that 60 Minutes nearly abandoned the entire story. That’s when the team came up with an idea.

Sony: Android Nougat Certified For Xperia Z5 And Z3 Plus Series

Sony: Android Nougat certified for Xperia Z5 and Z3 Plus series Android 7.0 Nougat may shortly be released for the Xperia Z5, Z4 Tablet and Z3+ series, as Nougat firmware build 32.3.A.0.372 has just been certified by the PTCRB. Whilst the PTCRB, a cellular certification company, stopped publishing public links of new Xperia devices – links for the older devices still remain accessible.