Sometimes simple terms are better than buzzwords
Qriocity was never a good buzzword, and so it's with little surprise that Sony has announced it's planning on re-branding its digital delivery services as simply the 'Sony Entertainment Network'. Sony will drop the 'Powered By Qriocity' extensions to its Music Unlimited and Video Unlimited services, keeping the branding straight-forward and simple..
Sony's announced that it has expanded its Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity audio streaming service to Android phones
But that's got nothing to do with PlayStation really, so we'll point you in the direction of the PlayStation Blog and swiftly move on. What is of interest to PlayStation owners is that Sony is offering a 180 day trial run of the...
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..
Sony's announced that its on-demand audio service, Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity, is now available on the PSP in selected European regions
The service is already available on PlayStation 3, as well as laptop computers, Bravia televisions, and Blu-ray disc players. The service includes on-demand access to over seven million songs. There's a...
Let us explain everything
Sony announced earlier this month that its Qriocity media service will bring Music Unlimited packages to the NGP, as well as the PSP and Xperia Play. But what exactly is the service? Not an iTunes Clone: Much like popular music hubs iTunes, eMusic and Amazon, Qriocity houses millions of digital songs for you to peruse, even...
Sony's announced that it's bringing its on-demand music service, Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity, to the PlayStation Portable next week
The icon has been present on the PSP's XMB for some time. The service — which is available on computers, laptops, Blu-ray players and the PlayStation 3 — allows users to stream from a pool of over seven million songs.
Sony's announced that its cloud-based music service, Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity, will launch on the PlayStation Portable in the coming weeks, with an NGP version naturally set for launch thereafter
The service is already available on PlayStation 3. We will make happen. Our services need to be available on that device. Its a very...
The PlayStation Network is becoming a major stake in Sony as a company
Finally realising that the company have a wide variety of converging properties, Sony is setting up an entirely new division to handle the company's unified network. For those in America, this means your PlayStation Network funds will be transferred out of the control of SCEA and into the hands of SNEA, or Sony Network..
We've had access to Sony's cloud music streaming service -- the tongue-twisting Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity -- here in Europe for a while now
The cool little PlayStation 3 application (also available on Bravia televisions, VAIO laptops, and even Blu-ray players), provides instant access to a catalogue of over 6 million songs for a small...
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..
Sony didn't announce the long rumoured PlayStation powered Sony Ericsson phone at their CES press conference last night
Nor did they announce the PSP2. They did however take time to acknowledge the merging of their strongest properties. Taking the stage towards the end of Sony's conference, SCE's Kaz Hirai teased that Sony's "strategy...
Ignore the dreadful name and Sony might be onto something with Qriocity
The super-slick cloud based streaming service magically appeared on European PlayStation 3s last night, promising on-demand audio streaming for a small fee. The service — which is accessible from a range of Sony products including Bravias, VAIOs and Blu-ray players —...
Sony's revealed that the PlayStation Portable's being prepped for a firmware update that will bring the platform holder's cloud-based streaming service, Qriocity, to the system
SCEA revealed on the PlayStation Blog: "PlayStation Portable system software update (v6.35) is coming soon. This is a minor update that prepares your PSP system for the upcoming launch of Music Unlimited powered by..
Sony's trying to unite their products and entertainment services under one little neat banner
It's an initiative led by the company's CEO, Howard Stringer. Today the company made the first steps towards delivering their vision, announcing a new service called "Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity". Announced at the IFA show in Berlin, the...
Sony has caused interest among the Web today by filing a trademark for the very Sony sounding "Qriocity" - a proposed network
The company that brought us "Qore" and "Xross Media Bar" have been looking to introduce a Sony-wide network for a while, and it looks like that product may finally have its brand. The trademark (that comes via Siliconera) has been filed by Sony (not SCE)..