Paving the way for PS Suite
Sony’s flagship Android handset, the Xperia S, now has another feather to add to its cap: the PlayStation Store. Coming good on its promise of PlayStation Certified compatibility, Sony has updated the smartphone's feature-set to include access to its premium digital storefront. At present there are 16 PSone classics...
Sony's wider strategy
According to rumours spilling out of mobile website Pocket-Lint this morning, HTC will be one of the first companies outside of Sony to offer PlayStation Certified Android-powered mobile devices. The move, which the website speculates could be announced at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month, would mean that...
Those that have the patience to peruse the ESRB's website nearly always get their reward: a shiny, sparkling exclusive story
Beware though, budding ESRB watchers, for an expert lurks amongst us. Having had mere minutes to revel in the glory of its Grand Theft Auto discoveries, the wonderfully attentive Siliconera's uncovered another gem pertaining to Sony's upcoming mobile strategy: popular PSP..
Considering tablet computers are heralded as the ultimate mainstream computing device, it continues to stagger us how high manufacturers are willing to price the gadgets
Sure there are anomalies like the Amazon Kindle Fire and other low-budget options, but the big boys continue to ignore the bottom rung of the market — the type of consumer that wants to browse eBay while watching old episodes of..
Sony's opened the application process for the PlayStation Suite SDK beta -- allowing developers to simultaneously create content for the PlayStation Vita, Xperia Play, Tablet S, Tablet P and other PlayStation certified devices
According to Engadget (who know about these technical things), "The SDK uses the C# programming language, and doesn't require devs to have access to actual Sony..
Sony's confirmed that its first PlayStation-certified tablet, the 'Tablet S' (formerly 'S1'), will release this month for $500
It'll be followed up by the 'Tablet P' (formerly 'S2') in November. The 'Tablet P' is the bizarre DS-esque device. Both systems will be PlayStation-certified, meaning they will play PSone games in addition to PlayStation Suite content if Sony ever gets that initiative off..
Sony's finally stepped into the tablet computer bloodbath
The Japanese consumer electronics giant has this morning announced two new tablet computers to rival the Apple iPad and other popular devices. The S1 is designed with "rich media entertainment" in mind, while the S2 has "mobile communication and entertainment" as its focus. The former looks similar to an iPad, with a..
Every consumer electronics company right now has a tablet computer
They are hot business since Apple proved that people will buy needless, oversized electronics. So of course Sony's got something in the pipeline. A rumour on Engadget hints that Sony's actively developed a tablet touted the "S1", which will run on a custom version of Honeycomb Android, while using the Qriocity media..