Sony is a Japanese technology business that manufactures a variety of electric items. The PlayStation video game console, which was followed by the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and now the PlayStation 4, is one of its most successful products. They also offered Andreas Pavel’s Walkman, a compact music audio cassette player that could fit in your pocket; they eventually manufactured Walkman systems that could play CDs, MiniDiscs, or MP3s instead of cassettes, and they could frequently receive radio as well.
The corporation also manufactures music players, TVs, headsets, mobile phones (Sony Ericsson), PCs (Sony Vaio), and gaming consoles (PlayStation).
Through Sony Pictures, it controls the American film companies Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures.
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