It's been a while since the new DualShock 4 controller was revealed during the PlaysStation 4 press conference earlier this year, but now we're finally treated to a video detailing the practical uses of the new controller.
Mark Cerny from Sony shared why the move to abandon proprietary processors for an x86 chip with unified architecture is the right move for the PS4.
The second-generation DEV-50V binoculars are smaller, lighter, have better zoom, OLED display and can even record videos in 3D. What else can one ask from a pair of binoculars, except maybe, a lower price?
Sony has launched a brand new line-up for full high-definition Bravia LED TVs, with enhanced image and sound quality, and several new speaker systems for a more cinema-like sound experience.
Sony's new Action Cam is a rugged competitor for the GoPro series of cameras. Sony just mounted one to a hexacopter and showed off it's capabilities off the coast of Japan.
According to a recent rumor, game developers will only have access to 7 GB's of the PlayStation 4's 8GB of RAM, with the remaining gig being utilized by the console's operating system.
Sony just recently announced a more ‘budget’ priced lineup of HD 4K TVs for customers to order later this month. The new Ultra HD LED TVs will include a 55 and 65-inch model, both of which are priced under seven thousand U.S. dollars.
Atari founder and gaming visionary Nolan Bushnell has recently spoken out on his belief that Microsoft will reign triumphantly in the next-gen war, praising the Xbox 720's "strong software tools" as the console's saving grace.
AMD certainly has made an impression at GDC 2013 with its new line of dedicated cloud gaming graphics cards–the Radeon Sky Series–along with the Radeon HD 7990, which they labeled as the "world's fastest graphics card". AMD also delved into the PlayStation 4's hardware and discussed how they "gave it the hardware that Nvidia couldn't".
Sony has yet to officially unveil the PlayStation 4's physical presence, even during the official See the Future event last month. Recent rumors speculate the PS4 will make its first appearance during this year's E3 event in June, and that we may see its release as early as October.
The changelog for PlayStation 3's Ver. 4.40 firmware update reveals some innovative new features such as allowing gamers to download virtual games to their console from the PlayStation Network website.
While very few of us own a 4K TV, Netflix says that they will be offering 4K streaming in one to two years time. This announcement came not long after Sony said they want to do the same with their PS4 system, which is 4K ready.
Sony has recently revealed the General User Interface for PlayStation 4, giving gamers around the world a first-hand look at what they can expect with the new console's streamlined GUI.
Sony announced the NEX-3 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with the NEX-5 back in early 2010. Now three years later we finally see a update to the NEX-3 whilst the 5 has already gone through two upgrades since, the 5N and the most recent 5R.
EA has recently held an investors conference focusing on next-gen consoles, revealing a number of exciting highlights such as new IP's, game teases, financial information, statistics, and other interesting highlights that add to the anticipation of next-gen gaming.
Mozilla will be introducing their operating system for smart phones this July. Firefox OS equipped smartphones will be the first built entirely to open Web standards, allowing for HTML5 application development.
Sony Electronics Asia Pacific announces the new Sony Alpha SLT-A58 DSLR. The A58 will replace the Alpha SLT-A57 with upgraded sensor and electronics as well as sporting a new kit lens.
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Sources have recently revealed that Sony's next-gen console may launch with two models this November, with expansive features such as allowing gamers to control the console remotely with their smartphones and more.
RED Digital Cinema is suing Sony claiming that they violated their patents on the F65, F55 and F5 cameras. RED is seeking monetary damages for loss of profits and also asking that all f-series of cameras from Sony be “delivered up and destroyed.”