With CES kicking off on January 10, 2018, Recode will be bringing you all the big news, along with some of the things that may come up in the next few weeks.

In the meantime, let’s look at what we know about the next couple of weeks.

The first is the return of the Sony Xperia PLAY.

The Play, which has been in use for a couple of years now, has been discontinued by Sony due to a hardware problem with its camera, according to the company.

The problem with the camera, the company says, is that Sony “is aware of a defect that renders the Sony PLAY camera unusable during certain operations and events, such as events with Sony, the Sony Store, or the Sony Music Store.”

The problem is caused by the fact that Sony has removed the hardware to make the camera better.

It’s not clear how widespread the defect is, and Sony has not announced any plans to replace the camera.

We don’t know if this is the last we’ll hear of the camera problem for the Play, but it’s a pretty major change from the way it worked prior to Sony’s discontinuation.

Sony is planning to announce more details on the Play soon.

We’ll keep you posted on when the Play will return.

The second major change is that the PlayStation VR will be launching this holiday.

While it is currently slated for an October release, the headset has been delayed until early 2018.

This is because the VR hardware, which uses the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD), needs to be compatible with PlayStation VR.

In addition to that, Sony is expected to introduce the PlayStation SmartGlass 2, a new form factor that is thinner and lighter than the existing SmartGlass products.

We don’t have a release date yet for the SmartGlass, but the company said it will be available this holiday season.

We also don’t yet know what Sony is planning for its PlayStation VR headset, which is currently being built by a different company, but we do know that it will have a much thinner profile than the current SmartGlass.

Sony’s headset will be the first headset to be made using a VR component, though Sony has already said that the company will also work on other headsets with this new component.

We’re still waiting for a date for the PS VR, and while we’re waiting for the headset to come out, here are some things we can expect from the next several weeks:We don.t yet know if the PlayStation 4 will be getting a successor to its current console.

The console, which debuted in November 2015, is set to launch in 2019.

We have heard rumors that Sony will bring a second console to market, but this is not confirmed.

We do know one thing, though.

Sony has released a video showing off some of its upcoming gaming systems, including the PlayStation 5.

We’ve also seen a number of rumors, including one that claimed Sony would be launching the PlayStation 10 at CES 2018.

Sony’s gaming line is expected at CES, but not confirmed for a specific date yet.