Yesterday Kotaku noted (via Gamepolitics) that Sony is still looking at a plan to allow gamers with PSP games to re-buy those games on PSN for a ‘special price’, noting Sony: is still trying to figure out what it plans to do with consumers who own games on the UMD format as it heads towards [...]
The NFL Sunday Ticket service, originally launched in 1994, debuts on the PlayStation 3 for the first time.
Name changes and new term agreements are in order as PlayStation®Network account owners will encounter the Sony Entertainment Network as well as a new Terms of Service and User Agreement (TOS).
Authentic chronicles, engaging investigations, and expertly captured characterizations combine into an impressive array in Rockstar’s L.A. Noire crime-themed action game.
Sony’s newest ebook reader is official! The specs appear to be as rumored, (6″ inch screen with a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels, pinch-to-zoom gesture support, 2GB internal memory (expandable), Wi-Fi and an included stylus) and the price is far better than the straight euro conversion, and will be clocking in for USA customers at [...]
Big news if you’re a Sony fan! A Dutch site has leaked pictures and specifications of the new Sony Readers. (The same ones Sony has been denying were coming) They look…well, let’s check out the specs and then I’ll give my opinion. Translated from Google: Description The Sony PRS-T1 watching his brother looks on Mobile, [...]
An amazing, authentic racing experience featuring high content, rally racing, varying environments, great add-on content, and challenging gameplay.
Rumors are pointing to a refreshed Sony Reader coming up soon! According to Teleread Sony is still trying to maintain a foothold in the increasingly competitive ebook world, but they’re going to need to be aggressive in key areas to break consumers from the NOOK/Kindle clutches. What can Sony do to improve this next round? [...]
When Sony provided a sneak peek last week of the two new tablets it plans to launch later this year, it also offered a glimpse into the unspoken imperative it faces: Because it’s late to the game, trailing Apple by, um, years, and others, like Samsung, by months, its biggest hope to gain a toehold [...]
One of the big claims of the new Sony Vaio S-series laptop is that not only does it deliver great performance in a svelte package, but combined with the sheet battery can deliver up to 15 hours of usage between charges. That requires certain settings, and while I definitely plan to put it to the [...]
The ups and downs of the whole Sony PSN hacking and outage have been discussed here and elsewhere in grueling detail … but now that it has been a month since the service came online you might wonder how things have changed at Sony – have they changed how they treat their customers, or are [...]
Image courtesy of digitaltrends I’m still not really sure how I feel about the Playstation Network being hacked – which we have covered here, here, here, here and here – but I can say that I’ll fully be accepting Playstation’s good-natured apology. Good service is hard to come by these days but Sony is all [...]
The consumer electronics world is a “sea of sameness”, and that’s not a good thing if you are an electronics company. “Sea of sameness” is the term that was used numerous times during a private briefing with the number of Sony’s executives. The issue is this: You walk into a box store such as Best [...]
Beyond hamming it up with wandering oompah bands at Mobile World Congress, Helena and I managed to get hands-on time with some of the new devices and technologies that will be causing a stir in 2011 and beyond! HTC’s New Android Devices HTC won me over with their lovely new ChaCha. After using the BlackBerry [...]
CES saw the release of the new Sony Ericsson Experia Arc, but tonight we got to see three new Experias: the neo, the pro and the long-awaited PLAY — the Playstation phone. Oh my. I had a chance to attend the press conference where these were introduced, and a moment to fondle all three. The [...]