A week is a long time in the world of politics (as well as football aka soccer to the Americans, according to sports pundits), but when it comes to gamers, a week is nothing at all on the large scale of things. After all, haven’t we waited forever for Duke Nukem Forever? Not to mention the agonizing, finger tapping waits for StarCraft 3 as well as Diablo 3 over the years. Well, Sony will need you to wait for just one more week before they introduce the PlayMemories Online service in Japan, the US, Canada, Germany, France, and the UK from May 25th onwards, offering up to 5GB of free storage space on the cloud. This particular service allows you to upload photos and videos taken with Sony cameras thanks to the “PlayMemories Home” software for both Windows and Mac platforms.
For those who prefer to use their smartphones and tablets as the primary photo taking tool of choice, those who want to upload their freshly snapped photos on-the-go can do so via an Android app which will be released over at the Google Play store in due time. How do you view Sony’s effort in integrating a slew of their devices into one happy ecosystem?
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