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PlayStation Live Events App Discontinued

01/08/2017, Sony has confirmed that it’s discontinuing the PlayStation Live Events Viewer app. This pay-per-view app from Sony Entertainment Network delivered the best live events straight to folks who owned a Sony console, enabling them to watch sports, music,...

Sony Unveils Their New X930E/X940E 4K HDR TVs

01/04/2017, [CES 2017] CES is definitely the time of the year to look forward to if you’re shopping about for a new TV. LG recently announced their new 4K TVs with Nano Cell technology, but if you’re more of a Sony fan and have enjoyed the company’s TV products...

Sony VPL-VZ1000ES Ultra-Short Throw 4K HDR: A Dream Projector

01/04/2017, Over the years, Sony has demonstrated some very impressive, or even “dream” short throw projector. At CES 2017 the Sony VPL-VZ1000ES will fulfill this role, as a High Dynamic Range 4K projector that can be placed as close as 6-inches away from the...

Sony Won’t Be Ditching 3.5mm Headphone Jack Soon

01/04/2017, Smartphone manufacturers are slowly picking up on the trend of removing the standard 3.5mm headphone jack in a bid to make their devices slimmer. They opt for a USB Type-C port instead which can do audio, data transfer, and device charging all through a...

Sony Xperia X Android 7.1.1 Nougat Update Released

01/03/2017, There aren’t a lot of non-Google smartphones that have received Android 7.1.1 Nougat yet and that honor has now been claimed by Sony. The company confirmed late last year its Xperia X smartphone would be the latest to get support for Sony’s...

New Sony Xperia X Possible Press Render Surfaces

01/02/2017, It has been a while since Sony unveiled new smartphones and the company is likely going to come out with new handsets at the Mobile World Congress 2017 next month. Sony often uses the MWC stage to unveil new handsets so if it has new smartphones in the...

PS4 Exclusives Coming In 2017 Highlighted By Sony

01/01/2017, Sony was primarily focused on hardware in 2016. The year brought us the PlayStation 4 Slim, the PlayStation 4 Pro as well as the company’s first virtual reality headset, the PlayStation VR. The company is now driving the point home that there are a...

Potential Release Date For Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy Leaked

12/29/2016, As many gamers have heard by now, there are plans to launch a trilogy of remastered Crash Bandicoot titles. No specific dates were provided regarding the release, save for the fact that it would be out in 2017. However thanks to a recent leak, we may...

What To Expect At CES 2017

12/29/2016, The Consumer Electronics Show 2017 or CES 2017 is almost upon us (January 5-8, Las Vegas), and while many of you are preparing your New Year’s Eve, the electronics industry is gearing up for its most high-profile event of 2017 – the show’s 50th...

Free PS Plus Games For January 2017 Confirmed

12/29/2016, As part of its PlayStation Plus membership, Sony provides members with a handful of free games every month. They can keep these games for as long as they like but they just have to download them in the period that Sony makes them free. Sony has now...

‘Amazing’ PS4 Games Coming Next Year, Says Sony Executive

12/28/2016, If you think that Sony has been a bit too focused on hardware in 2016 then you’d be right. 2016 brought us the PlayStation 4 Slim, PlayStation 4 Pro, and company’s first virtual reality headset, the PlayStation VR. That’s not to say that...

Sony Announces Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare PS4 Bundle

12/23/2016, So Christmas is in a couple of days which means that getting a present now would really, really be last minute. However if you don’t mind delaying the gift-giving to next week, you might be interested to learn that Sony has announced a Call of Duty:...

PlayStation VR YouTube Support Arrives

12/22/2016, Sony’s PlayStation VR headset now has support for virtual reality videos on the world’s largest online video platform, YouTube. Version 1.09 of the YouTube app for PlayStation 4 adds support for Sony’s virtual reality headset. What this...