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New Sony headphones offer duel sensor noise cancellation, extra bass
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Sony India on Monday launched new overhead wireless headphones WH-XB910N featuring extra bass, dual sensor noise technology, adaptive sound control for smart listening, long battery life and more. The 'WH-XB910N' headphones for Rs 14,990 is available at major electronic stores and e-commerce websites in black and blue colours.
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Sony's upcoming gaming service likely to have three subscription tiers
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Tech giant Sony's upcoming rumoured "Spartacus" gaming service could have three subscription tiers, with the most expensive option capping out at $16 per month. According to a new report from GamesBeat's Jeff Grubb, Sony is in fact planning for the Spartacus to have three tiers, in line with prior reports.
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PS5 to go on pre-orders on Tuesday in India
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Sony PlayStation 5 is set to go on pre-orders from Tuesday (February 22) in India. The console will be available for pre-booking at 12 noon at all the retail stores like ShopatSC, Amazon, and GamesTheStop. According to GizmoChina, customers can book two of the available variants -- the PS5 Standard Disc Edition for Rs 49,990 and PS5 Digital Edition for Rs 39,990.
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Sony launched its flagship camera 'Alpha 7 IV' in India
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Priced at Rs 2,42,490, the new Alpha 7 IV is now available across online and offline stores. "Alpha 7 III has been an incredible addition to the A-series and has made a tremendous impact in our industry by completely redefining the consumer expectations," Mukesh Srivastava, Head of Digital Imaging Business at Sony India, said in a statement.
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Sony releases voice commands feature to PS5 in new beta update
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In an official blog post, Sony has confirmed that it will start testing a new "Hey PlayStation" voice control feature for the PlayStation 5. The voice command preview will only be available in the UK and the US, but it is likely that it will be available globally once the feature is out of the beta stage.
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Sony Xperia 1 IV major specs revealed ahead of official announcement
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According to the Weibo source (ZACKBUKS), the phone will have upgrades to the main lens and telephoto lens this time around, reports TechRadar. The Xperia 1 IV camera equipment is listed as the same ultra-wide sensor (Xperia 1 III: 12 MP Sony Exmor RS IMX36312) while both the main lens and telephoto camera get upgrades. It is likely the MP configuration will be 12MP + 12MP + 12MP output.
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Call of Duty will stay on Sony PlayStation, confirms Microsoft
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In a tweet, Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer said that CoD does have a future on Sony platforms. "Had good calls this week with leaders at Sony. I confirmed our intent to honour all existing agreements upon acquisition of Activision Blizzard and our desire to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation," said Spencer. Sony has a CoD deal in place with Activision for more than five years.
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Sony's premium earbuds offer impressive noise cancellation, more
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The new earbuds -- WF-1000XM4 -- are available in India at Rs 19,990, and are said to be industry-leading noise cancellation earbuds that offer clearer sound with even less noise.
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Snapchat adds Sony Music to its licensed music library
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Snapchat's music partners include Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, MERLIN Members, Sony Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell, Kobalt, BMG, NMPA members, DistroKid, and thousands of individual songwriters/music publishers. The app has over 200 million users who engage with augmented reality every day and it's now expanding the music experience for their customer base.
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Sony tests PS5 captures that pop up on phone for sharing
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The new feature is part of a "limited-release beta" available to all PS5 users in Canada and Japan. "A limited-release beta enabling PS5 players in Canada and Japan to share their captured screenshots and game clips through PlayStation App is starting to roll out today," PlayStation Canada tweeted.
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