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Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. (株式会社ソニー・コンピュータエンタテインメント), a full subsidiary of Sony, is a videogame company specializing in research & development, production, and sales of both hardware and software for the PlayStation line of handheld and console videogame systems. The company was established on November 16, 1993, in Tokyo, prior to the launch of the original PlayStation.
Gamasutra highlights Sony's conference events, including Beyond (a supernatural thriller that tells the story of a character named Jodie over fifteen years of her life, starring actress Ellen Page. "For the first time in our life, we will live the life of a character, grow with her through difficult times, and help her to become who she is") from from Heavy Rain development house Quantic Dream; The Last of Us (a highly polished survival/action/adventure/beat-em-up set in some beautiful post-apocalyptic city) from Naughty Dog; and Wonderbook (an interactive reading service for kids [J.K. Rowling is on board]).
Having been in the job for little over a week, new CEO of Sony CorporationKazuo Hirai has been searching for a way to fix huge financial woes - the company has faced significant financial loss four years in a row as previously reported1. According to the Wall Street Journal, Hirai is set to announce a large restructuring plan which is reported to include the loss of 10,000 jobs, or 6% of the global workforce. Read on
Sony posted a $2.9 billion loss for October-December 2011 making this the forth year in a row the company has faced significant financial loss1. Kazuo Hirai will be promoted to CEO of Sony Corporation2, moving up from his current role as President of the Consumer Products & Services Group (as well as other executive roles within the company). Hirai will be replacing current CEO Howard Stringer on April 1, 2012 and will be charged with bringing the company back into the black. Read on