OLED TVs on the way?

Sony and Panasonic are in talk to have a new OLED TV in production to catch up with south Korean rivals in a technology which has been seen to replace LCD TV. The OLED TV is not cheap the screen costing as much as $26,000 it was the people...

How the video games industry is faring

Market tracker NPD Group says U.S. retail sales of video game hardware, software and accessories fell 25 percent in March from a year earlier to $1.1 billion. It marked the fourth month of decline as Sony Corp.’s new PS Vita handheld failed to spark a turnaround. Electronic Arts Inc.’s...

Mistakes Were Made: YouTube sorry for banning video of Kate Upton dirty dancing

This week a one-minute clip of Sports Illustrated cover girl Kate Upton gyrating and bouncing in an itty bitty bikini, demonstrating how to do the “Cat Daddy” dance while on a magazine shoot, was yanked by YouTube for violating its nudity policy, despite the fact she was not naked....

Orange looks to revitalise video conferencing

Orange Business Services, the France Telecom owned brand, has announced the latest attempt to revitalise video conferencing, saying that conditions are now right for the technology to succeed. At a press event that connected London, Paris and Beijing through its cloud-based video conferencing solution Telepresence Pass, the chief executive...

Sony Showcases New Technology at NAB

Sony Creative Software, a leading global provider of professional editing and authoring applications, today announced new innovative audio and video editing tools for professionals set for release this summer. The latest additions to the Sony Creative Software product line include: Spectral Layers(TM), an audio editing platform featuring precise sound...