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Sony Music Unlimited replaced by partnership with Spotify

01/28, 10:27pm

Sony's answer to iTunes will close in February

The official PlayStation blog on Wednesday posted an announcement letting PlayStation users know about a new partnership with Spotify. The service includes existing playlists for those who already have Spotify accounts. The post also, however, contained the news that Sony's own Music Unlimited service will be discontinued in late March.

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Apple, Google, Rdio, Sony sued over pre-1972 music royalties

01/23, 1:08pm

Companies could potentially pull older music to avoid paying

A new lawsuit has targeted Google, Rdio, Sony, and Apple (including Beats Music) over the music royalties associated with pre-1972 recordings, new reports say. Zenbu Magazines, which owns copyrights on many pre-1972 songs, says that the companies have been making money streaming recordings without paying their copyright holders. Within US copyright law, compositions have been protected since 1831, but sound recordings were only added in 1972, meaning that while owners of pre-1972 compositions have been paid for public performances, people holding equally-aged recording rights typically haven't.

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Sony starts accepting compensation claims for 2011 PlayStation breach

01/23, 11:28am

Free games, subscription time, compensation offered to US PlayStation owners

Sony is providing compensation to PlayStation Network users in the United States affected by a major breach in April 2011, half a year after agreeing to a settlement stemming from a class action lawsuit. The original attack, resulting in the closure of the online service and Qriocity for close to a month, risked the personal data and payment details of more than 77 million accounts.

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Marketshare of iPhone surges in Japan, China, South Korea

01/21, 11:05am

Apple leaps ahead of LG in latter's home market

Apple has seen significant surges in the Japanese, Chinese, and South Korean smartphone markets since the introduction of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus last September, according to a study by Counterpoint Research. The most significant performance is reportedly in South Korea, where in November Apple leapt from under 15 percent marketshare to 33 percent. That put the company ahead of LG, slotted at just 14 percent, and significantly closer to Samsung, which dropped from 60 to 46 percent. LG and Samsung are both local to Korea, and have traditionally enjoyed a homefield advantage.

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Reuters: Sony CEO considers sale of mobile, TV businesses

01/13, 10:32pm

Smartphone, television arms potentially at risk in cost-saving effort

Sony may be open to letting go of its mobile phone arm, along with its television businesses, a report claims. Officials at the electronics manufacturer allegedly close to CEO Kazuo Hirai believe the chief is thinking about getting rid of the two loss-making arms of the company, as a measure to rectify its expected full-year net loss forecast of 230 billion yen ($1.9 billion).

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Weekly Game Replay: New Baldur's Gate game, Zombie Studios closure

01/11, 6:09pm

News from the video game industry for the week of January 4

Every Sunday at Electronista and MacNN, we offer a one-stop look at a few of the significant events that occurred in the video game industry during the previous week. In this week's look back in the Weekly Game Replay, we discuss a new game in the Baldur's Gate series from Beamdog, the closure of Zombie Studios, Hellblade coming to PC, the lawsuit over EA using retired NFL player likenesses in Madden NFL moving forward, and Sony delaying the release of the PlayStation 4 in China.

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Hands on: Sony Walkman NW-ZX2 media player

01/06, 8:48pm

Sony targets audiophiles with four-figure price tag

Sony has introduced a new flagship Walkman, the NW-ZX2, that serves as the successor to the ZX1 model that was introduced less than six months ago. The revised edition marks Sony's latest attempt to engage the audiophile market, with its core feature being capable of playing Hi-Res Audio formats, traditional lower-bitrate audio files, streaming content and other media. Electronista stopped by Sony's CES booth to try out the new gadget, and ponder its four-figure price tag.

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Tonino Lamborghini smartphone reeks of excess

01/06, 8:00pm

Android smartphone will sport limited production numbers, $6,000 price tag

Las Vegas is often associated with excess, usually when it comes to money. It's most fitting, then, that Tonino Lamborghini Mobile brought their latest offering, the 88 Tauri smartphone, to CES in Sin City in order to promote it. The headline-grabbing stat about the hand-made device is its starting price tag -- $6,000.

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CES: Sony Walkman NW-ZX2 plays 24-bit 192KHz music

01/06, 7:35am

High-resolution audio playback touted in updated Walkman music player

The Walkman brand is alive and well, with Sony revealing the latest iteration in the product line at CES. The Walkman NW-ZX2 is a high-resolution portable music player that is an upgrade to last years' ZX1, capable of playing 24-bit 192KHz FLAC, Linear PCM, AIFF, Apple Lossless, and WAV files, as well as more standard MP3 and WMA content.

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Sony CES keynote shows 11 new 4K televisions, three new HD cameras

01/05, 9:22pm

Sony pushing heavily into 4k video with new line of visual products

Sony's launch keynote to the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show has concluded, with the manufacturer announcing a big push into 4K for the year. A total of 11 new 4K Bravia LCD TVs will be brought to market across three series in the year. Additionally, the company is refreshing its Action Cam line, with its newest 4K Handycam -- which is 30 percent smaller and 20 percent lighter than the model that is being replaced.

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Google brings Cast audio to speakers, receivers

01/05, 12:20pm

LG, Sony, Denon among early supporting hardware brands

Google has announced that its Cast technology will soon be able to send audio-only feeds to devices such as speakers and AV receivers. Users will be able to cast from Android and iOS apps, as well the web, presumably via Chrome for Windows, OS X, and Chrome OS. Some compatible services will include Deezer, Google Play Music, NPR One, Pandora, Rdio, and TuneIn.

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Briefly: Sony apology over PSN downtime, 64GB Moto X ships in US

01/02, 7:31am

Sony extends PlayStation Plus subscriptions as apology for holiday downtime

Subscribers to Sony's PlayStation Plus service will receive a five-day extension to their subscription, if they had an active or free trial as of December 25, as an apology for the hacker-induced downtime over the holiday period. The company is also going to provide a one-time 10-percent discount code for the PlayStation Store to all PlayStation Network users later this month, with discount details being published on the PlayStation blog in the future.

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Ongoing investigations into Sony hack pointing to others, reports say

12/31, 1:25am

New information yields the possibility of at least one ex-employee playing a role

The saga of "who really stole all that data from Sony" continues, in spite of the FBI's adherence to its findings that North Korea alone was responsible. Independent investigations by security organizations have expanded the suspect list to include ex-employees, while net vandals Lizard Squad have, in their continuing quest for attention, claimed partial credit.

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Xiaomi, Apple, others cleared of violating Taiwanese privacy laws

12/30, 2:08pm

Cellphone makers asked to make data more secure regardless

Taiwan's National Communications Commission has issued a report clearing a variety of companies of breaking local data privacy laws, according to Reuters. The organization says that all 12 of the previously-implicated cellphone brands -- including Apple, Huawei, Samsung, LG, Sony, ZTE, and Xiaomi -- are in the clear, despite Xiaomi being the impetus for the investigation. In August, Xiaomi apologized and promised to make changes after a Finnish security firm discovered Xiaomi software was collecting address book data without permission.

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Weekly Game Replay: Nintendo patent disputes, Ubisoft game fine print

12/28, 6:45pm

News from the video game industry for the week of December 21

Every Sunday, Electronista and MacNN offer up a single article with some of the significant happenings in the video game industry for the previous week. In this edition of the Weekly Game Replay, we take a look at Nintendo winning two patent disputes, the catch with the free game offer for Assassin's Creed Unity issues, new details on Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward, Resident Evil HD cross-buy, and expansion of PlayStation Now to non-Sony devices.

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North Korea blames US for Internet outage, expert doubts FBI claims

12/27, 7:39am

US government blamed by North Korea for Internet downtime

North Korea has blamed the United States for its national Internet outages, according to reports. At the same time, other reports suggest that the insular country may not be behind the original Sony Pictures hack in the first place, with the suggestion that it was actually pulled off by a former employee who had direct access to the studio's network.

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Editorial: Seeing Sony's 'The Interview' is hardly patriotic

12/26, 7:34pm

Besides being terrible, nobody benefits besides Sony from The Interview

To much fanfare, and terrible reviews, Sony Pictures finally released The Interview -- a contentious, and some say trite, light comedy vehicle where a pair of bumbling reporters are recruited by the CIA to assassinate the leader of North Korea. Conventional media, and governmental figures, have put this forth as a victory for the US' right to freedom of expression, and a defiant Sony agrees. However, viewing the picture isn't the act of defiance and patriotism that Sony wants you to think it is - in fact, viewers are now supporting a company that has called for censorship of journalists and US citizens alike, in the interest of corporate secrets.

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Embattled Sony Pictures' 'The Interview' given wide online release

12/24, 12:32pm

Google, Sony, Microsoft all hosting the movie for purchase or rent

Sony and others have unveiled a massive effort to make the Sony Pictures title The Interview available online. Google's YouTube Movies paid service paved the way with its announcement a bit earlier today, with Google Play, Xbox Videos, and a special Sony website all having declared that the movie would be available at 1PM ET. The picture will cost $6 to rent, and $15 to own in HD.

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Briefly: PlayStation Now on Samsung TVs, Free apps from Amazon

12/24, 5:52am

Samsung Smart TVs to gain PlayStation Now in 2015

Sony's PlayStation Now is heading to new Samsung smart televisions. The game streaming service, which allows gamers to play hundreds of PlayStation 3 games without the console, will be available on "select" Samsung TVs arriving in the first half of 2015. Samsung has yet to state which sets will receive PlayStation Now, but more details are likely to surface during CES next month.

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Weekly Game Replay: Valve's handling of Hatred, Telltale's Minecraft

12/21, 6:00pm

News from the video game industry for the week of December 14

Every Sunday, Electronista and MacNN put together a one-stop article for some of the major news in the video game industry in the past week. In this week's edition of the Weekly Game Replay, we look at Valve's handling of Hatred on Steam Greenlight, Mojang and Telltale Games team up for a narrative-based Minecraft game, a judge gives the go-ahead on a Killzone resolution lawsuit, World of Warcraft is exploring in-game purchasable game time tokens, and Majesco Entertainment's receiving an investor cash infusion.

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Obama: Sony hack not act of war; Anonymous promises attacks on NK

12/21, 11:55am

US continues to claim NK responsible for Sony hack, pirate release of movie possible?

In an interview recorded on Friday, President Obama clarified his remarks last week regarding the Sony Pictures hack. The president denies swirling discussions about the hack being an act of war, and called it "an act of cyber vandalism that was very costly, very expensive." Additionally, late Sunday, tweets purport that hacker collective Anonymous is about to wade into the fray against North Korea for its role in the event.

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Google sues MPAA-driven Attorney General, Hood calls for 'time out'

12/20, 12:48pm

Jim Hood claims MPAA has no sway, despite taking MPAA funds

Google has launched its own legal effort to stop Mississippi State Attorney General Jim Hood's effort with the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) to pin the search engine as the cause of the world's piracy problem. Google claims in the court filing in Mississippi's district court that Hood has filed a "burdensome, retaliatory" subpoena against it, which would require a massive financial and labor effort to comply, for no real gain other than extra-judiciary punishment. Hood has responded, and is "calling a time out, so that cooler heads may prevail."

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Google posts response to leaked Sony 'Project Goliath' emails

12/19, 4:41am

Six movie studios, including Sony, provided $500,000 per year for the MPAA's campaign against Google

In the past weeks, quite a lot has been revealed about Sony's role in ongoing anti-piracy efforts due to the leak of emails as part of the fallout of the North Korean-based GOP attack on the studio. In a post on Thursday on the Google Public Policy Blog, Kent Walker, Google SVP and general counsel, outlined even more leaks that describe a combined and carefully planned effort by Sony and five other studios that began this year to provide funding and legal support for the MPAA's efforts to court State Attorney Generals and target Google directly.

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Breaking: US reverses, to say North Korea behind Sony hack tomorrow

12/17, 7:04pm

FBI, diplomats had previously denied direct North Korean involvement

US government officials now believe North Korea is, in fact, behind the attack of Sony Pictures Entertainment's computer system and subsequent data leaks, according to reports. The government is also said to be preparing to make an official statement about its findings, which may arrive as soon as tomorrow, though apparently there is still some internal debate as to what kind of response to make to the insular country. Previously, the FBI had said it had "no evidence" of a direct North Korean connection, though the country was suspected from the outset.

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Sony unveils head-mounted display, plans production next year

12/17, 11:14am

Google Glass-style Sony headset clips onto existing eyewear, sunglasses

Sony has unveiled its own take on the Google Glass wearable concept, with a similar heads-up display. The Single-Lens Display Module is a two-section unit which can be temporarily attached to a normal pair of glasses or sunglasses, providing a small Glass-style OLED screen to one side of the user's field of view which can be used to show various kinds of data useful to the wearer at that moment.

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Sony ignored security evaluation before GOP hack, more data coming

12/14, 3:10pm

'Christmas dump' incoming with more 'interesting' Sony Pictures data

Months before the hacker intrusion on Sony Pictures' network, analyst firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) performed an analysis on the company's security, and found it lacking. More than 100 devices were found to be unmonitored by corporate security following an incomplete transition from a private security firm to an in-house team. As a result, any Sony response to network intrusion would be, in the words of the auditors, "slow, fragmented, and incomplete, if it would even happen at all." However, corrective actions proposed by PWC seemingly went undone, which left the doors to the company open, sometimes literally, facilitating the attack.

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Monthly sales of Xbox One in US beats PlayStation 4 for first time

12/12, 11:18am

NPD claims 1.2M Xbox One consoles sold in US in November

Microsoft has beaten Sony for the first time in a long while, in terms of console sales. Sales data from NPD reveals that the Xbox One outsold the PlayStation 4 in the United States for the month of November, with the pre-holiday spending breaking a sales streak Sony has enjoyed since the launch of its console in the country last year.

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FBI: No evidence of North Korea involvement in Sony hack at this time

12/10, 11:50am

Leading theories of state sponsored attack put forth by Sony, others in doubt

The assistant director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's cyber division, Joe Demarest, has declared that the government of North Korea, at least, doesn't appear to be the instigator of the Sony Pictures attack. Speaking at a cybersecurity conference, the chief said that despite the attack package being compiled in Korean "there is no attribution to North Korea at this point."

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More data from Sony Pictures leaks, new movie demands from hackers

12/09, 6:44am

Continued data leaks, attacks threatened if movie release halted

Hackers behind the Sony Pictures intrusion have made a more public demand for the company to stop the release of an upcoming film. The demand from the "Guardians of Peace" is accompanied by another large release of internal data, with information about aliases used by celebrities, as well as more contact information for the stars and their assistants.

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PlayStation Network goes down, hacker group takes credit

12/08, 7:35am

Series of attacks mirrors similar incidents by same group in August

Sony has suffered its second major hacking incident in recent weeks, with its PlayStation console users being the target this time. The company's PlayStation Network services were knocked offline late last night before returning to normal earlier this morning, in an attack which coincides with the 20th anniversary of Sony's original game console release.

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Weekly Game Replay: PlayStation Experience, Assassin's Creed Victory

12/07, 9:38pm

News from the video game industry for the week of November 30

Every Sunday, Electronista and MacNN offer up some of the news direct from the video game world in one article. During this week's Weekly Game Replay, we look at a slew of news from the PlayStation Experience and Game Awards in Las Vegas, the leak of the next Assassin's Creed game, Australian stores pulling Grand Theft Auto 5, a new studio from 2K Games, and gameplay footage from the upcoming Legend of Zelda Wii U game.

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Taiwanese gov't accuses Xiaomi, others of violating privacy rules

12/04, 11:50am

Apple, Samsung, HTC among identified parties

Taiwan's National Communications Commission has found 12 cellphone makers to be violating the country's Personal Information Protection Act, according to the Wall Street Journal. PIPA covers the "collection, processing and use of personal information"; the NCC has yet to say exactly how the companies broke regulations, but does explain that it discovered the issue while investigating charges that Chinese firm Xiaomi was collecting and transmitting user data without permission.

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Briefly: TV From Sky on PlayStation 4, BBC Sport app on Windows Phone

12/04, 10:28am

TV From Sky app goes live on PlayStation 4 in UK

British broadcaster Sky has added its streaming app to the PlayStation 4. Named TV From Sky instead of the usual Sky Go brand, the app provides online access to a number of live Sky television channels, as well as a wide selection of on-demand and catch-up TV shows via the console, for subscribers of the satellite television service.

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FBI warns of severe malware attack, likely used in Sony penetration

12/02, 11:36am

FBI gives guidance to major US corporations, including who to notify during attack

While not specifically naming any names, the FBI has warned that a major cyberattack has taken place against US businesses in the last two weeks. The advisory, likely given in the wake of the enormous Sony breach, gives some details about the tools used in the assault, and provides advice to the businesses on how to respond to the package, which includes informing the FBI.

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Five Sony Pictures movies leak to piracy sites following hack

12/01, 8:38am

Fury, Annie, other leaked films shared over 1M times collectively

A number of Sony movies have been leaked following the Sony Pictures hack last week, according to reports. At least five movies are circulating on file-sharing sites, and while unreleased films including Mr Turner and Annie are being pirated before a theatrical release, the recent Fury is claimed to be receiving a considerable amount of attention, despite still being shown in cinemas.

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Sony reportedly working on smartwatch with e-paper screen, band

11/26, 8:53am

Rumored Sony e-paper watch to focus on style, not competing with smartwatches

Sony may be working on a smartwatch using e-paper for release next year, according to a report. Said to be part of a "venture-style approach" to product creation by Bloomberg, the electronics company is apparently making the device in preparation for a release sometime next year, though it may not offer the same level of functionality as Sony's existing smartwatch offerings.

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Sony to pay, issue credit to PS Vita buyers to settle FTC claim

11/25, 4:09pm

Advertising promised 'game changing' features in ads, Sony never delivered

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Sony Computer Entertainment America reached a settlement today over advertising promises that were made for the PlayStation Vita leading up to its launch in February 2012. According to the FTC, Sony and advertising agency Deutsch LA promised "game changing" features in a 2011 ad campaign that misled consumers.

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Sony reducing smartphone, TV product ranges to lower costs

11/25, 10:58am

Three-year plan involves increasing revenues in Sony PlayStation, device arms

Sony is reducing the number of different products it will be shipping in the future, following poor quarterly financial results. The $1.2 billion loss in November has prompted the company to make a similar change as a recent Samsung announcement, but rather than just cutting down its smartphone range, Sony will also be shrinking its line-up of televisions.

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Sony Xperia Z4, Z4 Ultra rumored to have CES launch

11/25, 6:05am

Rumor claims Xperia Z4 to have 5.4-inch Quad HD-resolution display

Sony's next iteration of the Xperia mobile device line could be unveiled as early as January, according to a rumor. It is claimed the Xperia Z4 and a larger Xperia Z4 Ultra will be shown off during CES at the start of next year, barely four months after the company revealed the Xperia Z3 range, and almost two months before the first-year anniversary of the Xperia Z2's launch.

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Universal officially takes over Jobs biopic, Fassbender to star

11/25, 2:00am

Buys rights from Sony for reported $30 million; Boyle still to direct

As a follow-up to a story we reported on last week, Universal Studios has officially bought the rights to the Steve Jobs biopic already in pre-production from Sony, which had placed the project in "turnaround" on Thursday. Universal is said to have paid Sony $30 million to transfer the picture to the latter's control, retaining director Danny Boyle and reportedly confirming actor Michael Fassbender to play the lead role. There is still no firm announcement on when shooting will commence.

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Briefly: Starbucks rolls out Powermat, Sony offers free movies

11/20, 8:25am

Starbucks adds Powermat wireless charging to 200 San Francisco stores

Starbucks is expanding its wireless charging efforts, by adding more Duracell Powermat charges to 200 locations in the San Francisco Bay Area, ahead of plans to offer it across the United States and possibly in Europe and Asia by next year. For customers without a compatible wireless charging device, Duracell Powermat "Rings" will be available to borrow and return for each visit, or can be bought for $10 each.

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Sony A7 II launches in Japan with five-axis image stabilization

11/20, 6:14am

Improved image stabilization, autofocus speed touted in Sony A7 II

An updated version of the Sony Alpha 7 has been launched in Japan. The A7 II is a 24.3-megapixel full-frame mirrorless camera and the first of its kind to have a five-axis sensor-shift image stabilization system, one which is said to reduce shake by up to 4.5 CIPA-standard stops, and is capable of automatically combining it with the in-lens stabilization of an E-mount lens with OSS.

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Sony said to put Jobs movie in 'turnaround,' Universal may pick up

11/20, 1:58am

Project has seen original director, star, now studio drop out in pre-production

The Sony-backed Steve Jobs biographical movie, based in part on Walter Issacson's biography of the Apple co-founder, has proven to be nearly as mercurial as the reputation of its subject. In recent weeks, not one but two rumored stars of the project have dropped out, the original director was replaced with an Oscar-winning substitute, and now -- according to trade magazine Deadline -- Sony has put the film in "turnaround," offering it to sale to other studios, with Universal said to be making a play for it.

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Next iPhone may make 'biggest camera jump ever,' rumor claims

11/18, 4:40pm

Device might allegedly reach 'DSLR-quality imagery'

The next-generation iPhone may represent Apple's "biggest camera jump ever," says Daring Fireball's John Gruber. In a recent podcast episode, Gruber explains that "a birdie of a birdie" tells him that the camera will adopt a "kind of weird two-lens system where the back camera uses two lenses and it somehow takes it up into DSLR-quality imagery." That could imply a camera similar to the one in the HTC One M8, which uses an extra lens to provide more image data and enable post-processed focus shifts.

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Briefly: Nest rivals at Apple Stores

11/18, 1:38am

Ecobee3 gains shelf space alongside Honeywell smart thermostat

Starting on Monday, Apple Stores are now carrying at least one rival to Google-owned Nest's self-titled smart Learning Thermostat. The Ecobee3 offers an advantage over the Nest in terms of multi-room support, utilizing sensors that can be bought separately to bring more intelligent energy management to the full home rather than relying on a single point of reference. Like Nest and Honeywell's rival entry, the smart device can be managed through a smartphone app from anywhere with a cellular or Wi-Fi connection. The Ecobee3 sells for the same price as the Nest, $250.

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Sony adds image plane phase detection AF to Exmor RS image sensor

11/17, 6:57am

New 21MP Exmor RS sensor adds HDR still images, faster focus on moving objects

Sony has unveiled a new model in its Exmor RS imaging sensor range for smartphones and tablets. The Exmor RS IMX230 module is a 21-megapixel model similar in size to those used in the Xperia Z2 and Z3 ranges, but it is claimed to be the first CMOS sensor for smartphones to have onboard image plane phase detection autofocus signal processing, allowing for quicker focusing on fast-moving objects.

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Sony launching PlayStation Vue Internet TV service in beta this month

11/13, 8:21am

PlayStation Vue to offer around 75 channels, cloud storage of shows

Sony has unveiled its rumored Internet TV service, one which will launch this month in the United States as a beta. PlayStation Vue will allow owners of Sony's game consoles to watch a variety of locally-available television channels, along with on-demand and catch-up functionality, and the ability to store some television programs on the cloud.

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Briefly: LG G Watch R on Google Play, Sony runs Android 5.0 on Xperias

11/07, 7:18am

LG G Watch R available to purchase on Google Play for $299

LG's G Watch R is now available to purchase from Google Play, just as the smartwatch is about to appear in stores in the United States. The Android Wear smartwatch, complete with a 1.3-inch round P-OLED display and a heart rate monitor, finally joins the original G Watch on the Google online store, though it is priced at a rather expensive $299.

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Sony posts brutal earnings report, tallies $1.2 billion loss

11/01, 3:54pm

Strong sales of PlayStation 4 not enough to reclaim profitability

Earlier this week, Sony reported its quarterly earnings, missing already-bad Wall Street estimates. Friday, Sony reported a staggering $1.2 billion loss, even with the company having unloaded its television and PC operations. The only bright spot in Sony's future appears to be the PlayStation 4. Much of the bad news came from an operating loss of 172.0 billion yen ($1.6 billion) attributed to the company's mobile communications segment. This compares to an operating profit of 8.8 billion yen in the same quarter a year ago.

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Seth Rogen tapped to play Steve Wozniak in upcoming Jobs biopic

10/30, 4:42pm

Jessica Chastain could take unidentified role

Actor Seth Rogen may have been cast to star as Steve Wozniak in Sony's upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, sources tell Variety. Rogen is best known for his comedy roles, starring in movies like Neighbors and This is the End, but he has also appeared in dramas such as 50/50. The sources add that Jessica Chastain is under consideration for the movie as well, but what role she might play is unknown.

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