Shawn Layden, Sony Entertainment America President, discusses the launch of the Playstation VR and the future of virtual reality across the video game space.
Sony is hoping the $399 device will help continue the strong momentum its gaming unit has enjoyed.
Asian markets were mixed on Thursday after see-sawing following soft Chinese trade data.
Jim Ryan, president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, talks about the company's virtual reality headset.
Sony's relatively cheaper PlayStation VR could swing the momentum in its favor as the battle in the VR space intensifies.
Mike Vorhaus, president at Frank N. Magid Associates, talks about players in the virtual reality space and what stands in the way of mass adoption.
Technology, content and services differentiate the Sony PlayStation VR from other VR players, says Lewis Ward, research manager at IDC.
The PlayStation VR is a great opportunity to take virtual reality to the mass market, says Bob O'Donnell, founder of Technalysis Research.
Several audio companies are positioning themselves to take advantage of a wireless future, after Apple's announcement.
Steven Spielberg's Amblin Partners and Alibaba Pictures said on Sunday they will co-produce and finance films for global and Chinese audiences.
Consumers were expected to spend more than $11 billion on virtual reality (VR) technology over the next few years, according to IHS Markit.
Unlike the Oculus Rift, the new headset won’t require cables or tethers, Recode reports.
CNBC's Jon Fortt demos the Playstation VR as more competition in the virtual reality space heats up.
PlayStation VR arrives on October 13. And judging by early critical feedback, Sony's entry in the virtual reality field could be the headset to beat.
Google's latest Pixel smartphone could risk antagonizing manufacturers reliant on Android, IHS Markit said.
It is possible to re-engineer computer systems so they can't be hacked, says MIT's Howard Shrobe.
Digital video game sales put up a fourth-straight month of double-digit gains as publishers found success with a number of new releases.
Sony's CEO, Kazuo Hirai, explains why the tech firm feels the need to stay in the smartphone business despite huge competition.
Sony has brought back the iconic Walkman as a high-end audio device. CNBC's Phil Han reports.
Asia markets stumbled on Friday, the final trading day of the quarter, after concerns over Deutsche Bank undermined investor sentiment.