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Sony A6000 Review

Sony A6000 Review

With unusual cameras like the A7 and A7R, Sony's A6000 ran the risk of being overshadowed. Elevated from the NEX range to sit alongside Sony's full DSLRs with the Alpha prefix, the A6000 builds on the NEX-6 with a new 24.3-megapixel sensor and a flashy autofocus system the company claims is a record-setter. Big claims, then, and a big spec list, but can the A6000 live up to expectations?

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Sony A5100 packs ultra fast AF without weighing you down

Sony A5100 packs ultra fast AF without weighing you down

Thanks in no small part to smartphones, digital cameras today need to compete not just in raw power but also in portability. To fill its shelves with such products, Sony is launching the new A5100 which boasts of features that would sing to more serious photographers but still comes in a lightweight, ultra-compact package that won't make you feel like you're lugging around half your studio around with you.

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PlayStation Network (PSN) is down, it’s not just you

PlayStation Network (PSN) is down, it’s not just you

The PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 has been down off and on across the United States for the past several hours. This network covers multiplayer gameplay for PlayStation systems and hosts the Sony PlayStation Store as well. PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) multiplayer systems have also been affected.

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Sony SmartWatch 3 coming soon, skipping Android Wear

Sony SmartWatch 3 coming soon, skipping Android Wear

Though each of Sony’s main competitors in the smartwatch market are taking part in Google’s Android Wear initiative, word today is that Sony will be opting out. Without an Android Wear device in the running, Sony is said to continue to work with Android in a more full-blown sense, allowing apps to run at full size with hardware not all that unlike their previous release.

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The Order 1886 lets you take aim as Nikola Tesla

The Order 1886 lets you take aim as Nikola Tesla

Behold, the first video game of this modern generation to allow you to play as the king of nerds, Nikola Tesla. Serbian American inventor, creator of the Tesla coil and first radio remote control vehicle, and hero to electrical and mechanical engineers of all kinds - here Nikola Tesla returns to action in the year 1886, just in time to take part in the video game "The Order: 1886."

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