The Electronic Entertainment Expo, a massive videogame conference that had been scheduled to take over the Los Angeles Convention Centre in June, was cancelled due to coronavirus concerns.
Scarce components have pushed the manufacturing costs for Sony’s next PlayStation to around $450/unit, forcing a difficult price-setting decision in its battle with Microsoft.
The wireless industry scrapped its biggest annual showcase after the coronavirus outbreak sparked an exodus of participants, roiling telecommunications companies just as they’re preparing to roll out new 5G services.
Chinese gadget manufacturer TCL Communication has become the latest company to scale back its presence at upcoming tech show Mobile World Congress over concerns about coronavirus.
Fully autonomous cars will not be on public roads for at least 10 years despite claims from some manufacturers they will be available sooner, BlackBerry’s chief executive has said.
Sony has unveiled a concept autonomous car as it anticipates the rise of an “autonomous driving society”. The prototype houses 33 sensors on and in the car to help monitor its surroundings and those inside it.
More foldable smartphones and a new generation of games consoles are likely to be among the biggest new gadgets of 2020. Here is a look at what to expect over the coming 12 months in the world of technology.
Sony is working around the clock to manufacture its in-demand image sensors, but even a 24-hour operation hasn’t been enough.
Microsoft showed off its new game console, the Xbox Series X, for the first time, confirming the machine would go on sale in the 2020 holiday period.
Sony has confirmed its next games console will be named the PlayStation 5, and has revealed the launch-date for the machine.