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Sony unveils new TV with cognitive processor XR in India
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The XR-55X90K model is priced at Rs 129,990 and the XR-65X90K is available at Rs 179,990. "The newly launched series takes vision and sound to the next level with the ingenious Cognitive Processor XR that thinks like a human brain offering a complete immersion in an experience that thrills and moves you and feels just like the world around us," the company said in a statement.
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Sony to up PS5 production, expand its games portfolio
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Japanese tech giant Sony is prepping on raising the production of its PlayStation 5 (PS5) gaming console along with expanding its games portfolio as well. The announcement arrives as the issues with the supply chain subsides, reports GizmoChina.
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Sony PSVR 2 likely to have at least 20 games at launch
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According to Engadget, PlayStation VR2 (PSVR 2) may not have a release date yet, but Sony has big plans for it. At an investor briefing, the company revealed that there will be at least 20 "major" PSVR 2 games available at the jump. There will be a blend of first- and third-party titles, the report said.
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Sony plans to release half of games on PC, Mobile by 2025
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A chart shown during the presentation, on annual investor day, suggested that this would be a major increase from its releases this year, when around a quarter of the company's releases will be on PC and mobile, with the remainder split between its PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles, reports The Verge.
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Sony India unveils new Bravia TV for its users
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Priced at Rs 94,990, the newly launched TV comes with TRILUMINOS Pro display that is said to reproduce life-like colour experience. "The new X80K series takes vision and sound to the next level and offers a world of entertainment with Google TV, brought to life in beautiful colour by the realism of our picture and sound technology," the company said in a statement.
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Sony India unveils new 4K Bravia series with smart Google TV
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The new X75K TV series is available in 165 cm (65-inch), 140 cm (55-inch), 126 cm (50-inch) and 108 cm (43-inch). The two models which the company launched in India are KD-43X75K and KD-50X75K, priced at Rs 55,990 and Rs 66,990, respectively. "With X75K, you will enter the world of true entertainment and experience thrilling games, movies in beautiful colour and incredible 4K clarity with clear and natural sound," the company said in a statement
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Sony announces new PlayStation Plus subscriptions
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"We are pleased to share with you official news about changes coming to our subscription services. This June, we're bringing together PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now in an all-new PlayStation Plus subscription service that provides more choice to customers across three membership tiers globally," Jim Ryan, President & CEO, of Sony Interactive Entertainment said in a statement.
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Sony acquires gaming company Haven Studios
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Sony Interactive Entertainment has revealed its plan to acquire Canadian game development outfit Haven Entertainment Studios. Haven Studios was founded by Jade Raymond, co-creator of Assassin's Creed and former head of Stadia Games and Entertainment.
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Sony Music suspends all operations in Russia
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"Sony Music Group calls for peace in Ukraine and an end to the violence. We have suspended operations in Russia and will continue our support of global humanitarian relief efforts to aid victims in need," the company said in a statement, reports variety.com. Sources tell Variety that the company's staffers will continue to receive their salaries for an undetermined time; the artists' situation is still being worked out.
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Sony suspends PlayStation store, console sales in Russia
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Sony's gaming division Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced that it would stop hardware shipments and software launches in Russia, following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The company will also pause shipments of the new racing game Gran Turismo 7 to the country. As per report, Sony has announced a $2 million donation to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the NGO Save the Children to support those affected by the invasion.
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