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Isabel Reynolds

Isabel Reynolds

    Sony begins restoring PlayStation Network
    Sony begins restoring PlayStation Network
    Sony said it had begun restoration of its PlayStation Network games service on Sunday, almost a month after a massive security breach of the...
    Sony to resume some PlayStation services
    Sony to resume some PlayStation services
    Sony said it would resume some services on its PlayStation Network this week and offer incentives to customers to prevent them turning to competitors after the theft of personal information belonging to 78-million user accounts....
    Sony to take on Apple with launch of first tablet PCs
    Sony to take on Apple with launch of first tablet PCs
    Sony, a laggard in the booming tablet market, unveiled its first tablet computers in an ambitious attempt to grab second place in the market...
    Supply-chain woes hit more Sony plants
    Supply-chain woes hit more Sony plants
    A shortage of parts will force Sony to cut production or suspend output at five more plants in Japan following the country's catastrophic earthquake this month that has hit the global supply chain....
    Japan manufacturers tumble on quake uncertainty
    Japan manufacturers tumble on quake uncertainty
    Shares in Japanese manufacturers tumbled in the aftermath of Friday's devastating earthquake, as companies struggled to gather information from the...
    Sony promotes Hirai, possible successor to CEO
    Sony promotes Hirai, possible successor to CEO
    Sony said it would promote Kazuo Hirai as the head of the company's biggest division, as part of a realignment that signals he could be a potential...
    Japan Democrats take power, tough challenges loom
    Japan Democrats take power, tough challenges loom
    Japan's next leader, Yukio Hatoyama, faced the task on Monday of forming a government to tackle challenges such as record unemployment and a...
    Somali pirates hijack more vessels, India launches attack
    Somali pirates hijack more vessels, India launches attack
    India said it had destroyed a Somali pirate vessel in the Gulf of Aden and other Asian nations mulled sending their own navies to the area on...
    Japan's 'perfect' lover celebrates 1 000th birthday
    Japan's 'perfect' lover celebrates 1 000th birthday
    A serial seducer who enchants aristocratic women with poems on scented paper and gifts of luxurious kimono, Genji turns 1 000 this year, his appeal...