The third model in its flagship noise-cancelling range.
The new model gets a tiltable LCD and a 15.3MP sensor.
The new RX100VA gets a better frame rate and more powerful processor engine.
The electronics giant reveals its latest GoPro competitor.
One of the biggest regrets in life is that I waited until this year to start getting rid of my paper trail. While I anticipate a much easier tax season for 2014 thanks to the decision, I also fully expect hell-on-earth over the next two weeks as I attempt to ready my important deductions and reports for the accountant. If you’ve yet to go digital with your paper trail, you may want to start with Sony’s Digital Paper, an elegant new device that allows you to annotate, share, and save your documents — and not just those pertinent to tax season.
We almost put PlayStation 4 somewhere in our headline, but that really wouldn’t have told the whole story of how Sony’s PlayStation has absolutely killed it at the International Consumer Electronics Show for 2014 (CES). The console company has produced a string of announcements to ease customer fears, infuse new excitement at every level, and make its number one competitor — the Xbox One — look on in envy. We’ve certainly got our reasons for declaring the PlayStation family of products big winners this year. Here are a few of them: