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Dozens of games were teased including a return to the Spider-Man, Horizon and Gran Turismo franchises.

“Bikes of Hanoi” collection nominated for Sony Photography Awards

A collection of images titled “Bikes of Hanoi”, taken by photographer Jon Enoch, has been selected in the list of nominations for the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards.

Sony products sell slowly amid rumor about company leaving Vietnam

Despite sharp discount rates, Sony products still have been selling slowly because of the rumour that the company will leave Vietnam and warranty services will no longer be available.

Is Sony, following LG, leaving Vietnam?

The move to slash prices of Sony’s models has raised doubts that Sony is trying to dump stock before leaving Vietnam. But Sony has denied this.

Sony buys controlling stake in EMI Music Publishing

 Sony says it has agreed to buy a controlling stake in EMI Music Publishing for $2.3bn (£1.71bn) as it looks to boost its music portfolio.

Customer sues Sony for questionable warranty violation

Sony Electronics Vietnam Co., Ltd. (Sony) was sued by Bui Trong Kham, a resident of the northern province of Hai Duong, for allegedly not failing to fulfill their warranty obligations for a faulty television set.

Domestic electronic industry yet to reach potential

VietNamNet Bridge - Under the overall planning for industrial development, the electronic industry was to become a key industry of Vietnam by 2020. However, experts are worried the goal is unattainable. 

Sony boss: 'No playbook' for dealing with hack attack

 There was no precedent for how to deal with a hacking attack on the scale of that which hit Sony Pictures, its chief executive has said.

Which high-end smartphones are the most popular in Vietnam?

VietNamNet Bridge – The high-end smartphone market in Vietnam is now dominated by Samsung, Nokia and Apple.

Japan's Sony widens its full year loss forecast by $1.7bn

 Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony has said it expects to record much bigger losses because of its struggling mobile business.

Saigon’s 600sq.m Sony Center burned down

VietNamNet Bridge – On January 2, flames exploded violently from the Dai Tin Commercial JS Bank’s billboard then spread to the nearby Sony Center on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, Ward 5, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City.