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  • For SNE, its 30 day story count is now at 46.
  • Over the past 24 days, the trend for SNE's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 9.
  • The most mentioned tickers in articles about SNE are STAY, SOLO and SUM.

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Sony teases new Xperia announcement for April 14 - CNET

When a YouTube banner is updated, a new device is sure to follow.

CNET | April 2, 2021

Sony's smash-hit baseball game is headed to Xbox after years of PlayStation exclusivity (SNE, MSFT)

Summary List Placement For the first time ever, this year's edition of "MLB The Show" is on both Sony's PlayStation and Microsoft's Xbox platforms. That's especially notable because Sony's PlayStation Studios makes and publishes the game, albeit with the blessing of the MLB organization. To put it directly: Sony is making an Xbox version of "MLB The Show 21" for its competitor's consoles. Moreover, Microsoft announced on Friday that the game will be available on day one through its Xbox Game Pass service. That means anyone who's already a paying subscriber to the Netflix-like service gets instant access to "MLB The Show 21" at launch, while anyone playing on the PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 will have to pay $60 to play it. Even if you were to sign up for Game Pass just to play this ga...

Business Insider | April 2, 2021

Sony-made MLB The Show 21 is coming to Xbox Game Pass at launch - CNET

Sony's new Xbox game will be on Microsoft's subscription service.

CNET | April 2, 2021

Paul Simon sells his entire song catalogue to Sony

Hits like Bridge Over Troubled Water, You Can Call Me Al and Mrs Robinson are included in the deal.

BBC | April 1, 2021

Slip Slidin' Away: Sony Music Acquires Paul Simon's Music Catalog

Singer-songwriter Paul Simon has sold the publishing rights to his music catalog to Sony Music Publishing, a subsidiary of Sony Corporation (NYSE: SNE ), for an undisclosed sum. What Happened: Simon, 79, is one of the music industry’s most versatile talents, first gaining stardom in a mid-1960s partnership with Art Garfunkel with a series of melancholic hits including “Mrs. Robinson,” "Sound of Silence" and “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” and then establishing a solo career with a diverse output including the landmark 1986 “Graceland” album that plumbed multiple cultural experiences. “I began my career at Columbia/Sony Records and it feels like a natural extension to be … Full story available on Benzinga.com

Benzinga | April 1, 2021

Is Sony (SNE) Stock Outpacing Its Consumer Discretionary Peers This Year?

Is (SNE) Outperforming Other Consumer Discretionary Stocks This Year?

Yahoo | April 1, 2021

Sony (SNE) Creates New Company to Support Augmented Ecosystem

In the long run, Sony (SNE) aims to make significant contributions to the global environment and generate solid returns on its investments.

Yahoo | April 1, 2021

Paul Simon Sells His Entire Songwriting Catalog to Sony

Sony Music Publishing has acquired his “complete collection” in the latest blockbuster transaction in the music publishing business.

New York Times | March 31, 2021

Visa dips into crypto, Boston Dynamics shows off new bot video - CNET

In today's top tech stories, Visa works with Cypto.com to test using USD Coin cryptocurrency for payment settlements. Meanwhile, Boston Dynamics shows off a new warehouse robot named Stretch, and Sony to close the online store for older PlayStation consoles.

CNET | March 30, 2021

Best TVs for PS5 and Xbox Series X, Series S in 2021: LG OLED, Samsung QLED, Sony, TCL and Vizio - CNET

Want to take full advantage of features like 4K 120Hz input and VRR? You'll probably need to upgrade your TV.

CNET | March 29, 2021



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