Sony's still pushing its PlayStation 3 to be the only box gamers will ever need, but that doesn't mean it isn't thinking ahead. With Microsoft preparing its next Xbox for launch in 2013, it's only logical that Sony is hard at work on a PlayStation 4 as we speak.
Our Japanese friends will be enjoying the PS Vita in December, but the rest of the world will have to wait until February 22. Start saving those pennies, or be prepared to sell a toe, because that's when Sony's next-gen handheld season starts.
If you haven't made the switch to a smartphone yet, your days are numbered, because the future won't have any cellphones in it. Sony Ericsson is the first major cellphone company to stop making "dumbphones." From here on out, its Xperia brand of smartphones will take over.
Sony's upcoming PS Vita handheld come in two flavors: Wi-Fi or 3G. The Wi-Fi is $250 and the 3G is $300. In the U.S. your carrier is AT&T. Even worse, you're restricted to only 20MB per download on 3G. Looks...
Stop us if you've heard this one before: PlayStation Network hacked. It's happened again, only not as terrible as it was back in April. Sony says it has locked 93,000 PlayStation Network and Sony Online Entertainment accounts after it detected a "massive set of sign-in IDs and passwords against [its] network database."
Online gaming on consoles just took an ugly turn for the worse. According to Destructoid, all Sony-developed games will require an "online pass" — a code that comes with only new copies of a game in order play online. Can you hear the mobs?
Those lucky Japanese gamers — they get to buy Sony's PS Vita first. Mark your calendars for December 17, if you live in Japan or plan on importing one of these bad boys, because it's likely going to sell out.
Are you thinking of buying one of Sony's Vaio S laptops, but worried it doesn't come with glasses-free 3D? Fear no more, because Sony is releasing a "lenticular sheet" that can be placed over the screen and enable glasses-free 3D, any time you want the give your eyeballs a depth punch.
Gamers want a new Xbox and PlayStation. Gamers are getting a new Nintendo Wii U console next year. Sony and Microsoft have each stated their intentions of not releasing new hardware anytime soon. So do we really need new game boxes? EA doesn't think we do.
We've known about Sony's plans to crash into the Android tablet scene with two interesting designs — the S1 and S2, as the pair was formerly called — but didn't have much in the way of details. Well, Sony still needs to work on its naming scheme, but the newly christened Tablet S and Tablet P are delivering on a promise to be different.