Adam Turner These 55-inch slices of high-def goodness are vying for pride of place in your lounge room.
Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai suffered an embarrassing moment on a giant technology stage on Monday night, introducing the world's first "ultra-HD" TV using organic light-emitting diodes (OLED), only to see...
Ryan Nakashima Sony is the only electronics maker to offer ultra-HD TVs and a way to get movies to the new super clear screens.
PETER SVENSSON High-definition TVs roughly quadrupled the resolution of the sets that came before them. Now, the industry is poised to do it again.
Asher Moses Sony will begin selling Windows 8 convertible tablets and laptops in Australia in October.
Sony has released an internet-linked wristwatch powered by Google-backed Android software.
Paul McIntyre Sony Australia has joined the race to lure eyeballs from PCs back to big screens in lounge rooms across the nation.
Miyoung Kim Samsung has launched its first OLED TV, taking the ultra-thin technology into a nascent market despite tenacious production challenges that keep costs high while prevailing LCD screens only get...
Adam Turner Rather than leave your movies and TV shows locked away, you can stream them from your Android gadgets to screens around your home.
Have smart TVs finally come of age? Jenneth Orantia investigates 2013's most intelligent offerings.
Adam Turner The world of gadgets has had more than its fair share of epic fails.
Peter Burrows and Olga Kharif Apple's wristwatch-style device, still in development, may prove more profitable than a television.
Martha Mendoza With hands truly free, smart watch wearers can read texts, see who is calling them, scan Twitter or Facebook feeds - and even tell the time.
Macman Will an Apple wristwatch be the next big thing we did not know we craved until we saw it?
Jenneth Orantia Samsung has left nary a stone unturned in its latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S4, but is it enough to stave off the fierce competition?
Rob Lever Amid much speculation on the future of the "smartwatch", the consensus is growing: the time is right.
Adam Turner The internet hasn't killed the radio star, instead it has opened up a whole new audience online.
Sight and sound
Rod Easdown Oversize televisions are the bright spot of a struggling industry.
Brian Stelter Companies are creating new networks for television through broadband pipes and giving rise to new rivalries.
Adam Turner Rather than buy yet another set-top box, you might be able to watch movies online directly via your TV or Blu-ray player.