Google Glass flopped. But that hasn't stopped Sony from taking a (misguided) swing at the wearable market. SmartEyeglass retails for $849, but I don't think they could give these monstrosities away for free.
Making the jump from a Canon DSLR to a Sony FS7 XDCAM Super 35 camera. The decision, budgeting, spousal drama. What on earth am I thinking?!
With the absurd price of the new Walkman, Sony has us right where it wants us - talking about the product, decrying its price, and awaiting a cheaper follow-on.
The a7 II will ship with 5-axis stabilization built-in. The result will be smoother, clearer shots. How will Canon and Nikon respond?
Praise. Praise. More Praise.
The real challenge facing HTC is not the lack of a feature, or that it makes what is arguably the most beautiful phone, Android or otherwise. It the bottom line. As in the financial bottom line.
Watch out Pebble & Mickey. Here comes: Samsung, Sony, LG (with Google), Martian, Meta, Razer, Neptune, i'm Watch (?), and, of course, Cookoo (again, ?). Wearables are hot.
Seven years ago, when the PS3 and Xbox were released, there was markedly less competition. The iPhone had not been invented. That would happen in 2007. And the iPad, and modern tablet market, was also non-existent.