PlayStation Move was officially named and announced by Sony at the Sony GDC back in March. Today, at E3 2010, Sony unveiled the release date and pricing of their motion controller in the Sony keynote.
Along with the launch of PlayStation Move, Sony will release around 15-20 game titles to play with this device. More details on the release date and pricing after the break.
PSP2 seems to have joined the rumours slate for E3 2010. A latest report by VG247 reveals that PSP2 release date won’t be very near, infact not in 2010 at all.
There is 99 percent chances that Sony will NOT announce the PSP2 at E3 this year. PSP2 is expected to ship early next year. Several specs have been leaked which may make it to the Sony PSP2.
After dominating the web, Google entered the mobile market and now a Google TV? The search engine giant, Google, has teamed up with Intel and Sony to develop an Android-based platform known as Google TV.
The main idea behind this project is to make web apps like Twitter, Gmail, online high-quality video streaming etc accessible in your TV using the remote control. In simple words, it will bring the web to your living room and exploring the web will be as easy as changing the channels of the TV using a remote control.
PlayStation Move was announced yesterday by Sony at the Sony GDC. Several game demos were also shown being used with the PlayStation Move.
The announcement was made during Sonyâ€™s Game Developers Conference event yesterday which is Sonyâ€™s answer to the Xbox Project Natal and Nintendo Wii.
Sony announced PlayStation Move yesterday. Yes, the long-rumoured motion controller was finally unveiled by Sony.
This long stick-shaped motion controller has been named PlayStation Move, which brings all the rumours of it being called the Arch (or previously known as PlayStation Motion Controller) to an end.
Few days back, we posted a video by SE officials unboxing the XPERIA X10. We had some idea that they will be introducing new interface for their new smartphones, XPERIA X10.
Sony Ericsson has designed a completely new interface called UXP or User Experience Platform. It is based on Sony Ericssonâ€™s latest phones, XPERIA X10, X10 mini and X10 Pro, based on Android OS.
We all know deep in our hearts that it was coming, but none of us was sure if it would really come this soon! Yep, I’m talking about the recently announced, long-rumoured PlayStation 3 Slim (no, this is not the official name).
Sony has done it with PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and now with PlayStation 3 – slimming down the bulk from the initial release models.
The new PSP firmware 4.05 has released and is now available for download. There were rumours about it releasing in a week or so, but didn’t knew it would be out so soon!
The latest update features new new music playback visualizations and the ever-conclusive “other features” as said by the PlayStation Blog. There is nothing earth-shattering in it, it just features a couple of new visualizers, one if you happen to have a wallpaper while another is for those who don’t.