When the PS3 first hit the scene, one of the cooler features was being able to run Linux on it. Sony killed that with the release of the PS3 Slim in 2009, thanks to fears of piracy, but it also killed 13 years of love for homebrew. Yes, Sony once officially supported and endorsed the homebrew community.more →
I don’t care (for now) that the rumors are pointing toward the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play moniker for this device. In my eyes, it’s still the Sony PlayStation Phone, because that’s really what it is. And now we finally get to see the PSPhone perform some of its PlayStation functionality.more →
About a month ago a few grainy pictures of what looked like a PSP2 were leaked, and following that the rumor mill started to buzz with speculations on what the actual product will look like. Now we have been treated to clearer, more official looking images of a mock-up PSP2, though take note that these images are not from Sony.more →
I’ve got some good news and some bad news for all the PlayStation gamers in the audience. The good news is that Sony has formally come forward and announced the official PlayStation smartphone app. The bad news is that it’s not at all what we’re hoping it is.more →
It was the Nintendo’ Wii that proved you do not necessarily need a faster processor and powerful graphics card with glitzy games to have fun. The Wii was just a tad more innovative than the PS3 and XBox 360 with the introduction of the Wii Remote.
Sony has now announced a three dish buffet for it’s motion controller called the PlayStation Move, a standalone Move controller, or a package with the PlayStation Eye + Move + a game, or an entire console. Couch potatoes are warned: gone are the days of button mashing and exercising your wrists and fingers only. Where the PlayStation Move stands apart from the Wii is its fewer buttons and no cable!more →
While Sony struggles with sales of its PlayStation Portable, it has decided to get into the smartphone foray. Sony has been at the forefront of interactive electronic technology for the last 15 years, starting with the release of the first Playstation. In a market long dominated by BlackBerries, iPhones, and Androids, Sony could pose a legitimate threat.
A new Sony smartphone could have the ability to play games from Sony’s home and portable consoles by downloading them directly onto the device from Sony’s network.more →
When I was over at the E3 Expo in June, I had the opportunity to see the new Sony PSP Go for the first time. I thought it could represent a major boon for the company, breathing all kinds of new life into the aging platform of the PlayStation Portable. Since it lacked the UMD […]more →
The Sony VAIO line of notebooks have always done a terrific job in terms of style and fashion, but the newest batch will be bringing some interesting technological innovations as well. According ot a recent interview with Mike Abary, the company’s senior vice-president, they have some new Sony VAIO laptops in the works. These new […]more →