New reports regarding Sony's next PlayStation claim the complex Cell processor series that powered the PS3 could be for the chop, with Sony believed to be looking to simplify its next-gen machine to appease developers.
Unlike the rest of the company, Sony’s Cybershot line just seems to keep on growing. It’s unleashed another cluster bomb of cameras for your enjoyment, including the sexy-looking yet rugged TX20, and the 'world’s slimmest' 10x optical zoom point-and-shoot.
Sony’s most powerful and tricked-out attempt at the handheld gaming market launches on the mean streets of the UK today, but will the PS Vita be a success or have smartphones killed off what’s left of the portable gaming market?
For all of Sony's troubles, their commitment to R&D is something that can never be questioned. Their latest achievement is a wireless radio component that operates on the 60 gigahertz frequency and can transfer 6.3 gigabits per second. According to The Verge, that's good enough to exchange 50 gigs of data in under a minute.
When discussing the changes between the US and European remotes, Sony's business development chap for Google TV, Ralph Becker, made the above observation regarding the US remote (pictured above). At least RIM has one fan? He also took us through the additions we'll see when it launches in Spring/Summer (or even as late as October?), including the gyroscope and microphone.
Last we heard of Sony's two Google TV boxes, the Blu-ray drive-equipped NSZ-GP9 and non-Blu-ray NSZ-GS7 models were due to launch in the UK in summer. But today, Sony told Giz UK that we can expect to see them in spring, giving the company a "more clear direction of where to go," in regards to the future of Google TV.
Right, it’s Valentine’s Day, and if you’re sitting and staring at this, chances are that you’re all alone in this world. If you weren’t, you’d be in the midst of a romantic walk, or in some mutual daisy hair-threading.
You’ve read the review, you’re eagerly awaiting the 22nd of February release, and now you’re trying to plan you game purchases. I have good news for you, PS Vita games, at least those you download, aren’t going to cost the Earth.