The PlayStation 3 has now ended production according to the Japanese PlayStation website. The 500GB model was the last unit being produced in Japan, and now its production has ended.
While taking three attempts over the course of a year, one popular hacker has restored the Nintendo PlayStation prototype to full working condition after solving issues that had plagued its CD drive.
The upcoming Sony briefing for E3 2017 is slated to take place on June 12 at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in Los Angeles. It's most likely to feature a variety of new PlayStation 4 exclusives.
If you've wanted to play some older PlayStation titles on your Xbox One, you might want to take a look at the WinPDFReader app. It has a hidden emulator, but purchase it at your own risk.
A new PS4 update will arrive tomorrow bringing a wealth of new features like Boost Mode, Voice Chat for Remote Play, and more. The console will also be able to install games on an external drive.
From Nokia nostalgia and gaming galore, to Patch Tuesday problems, mobile unlimited, Brexit price hikes, Android updates, and the Pocket PC, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
If you've been thinking about buying a PlayStation 4 Slim but don't want to have to plug it into a TV, you might want to think about purchasing Ed Zarick's latest creation, the 'PlayBook 4 S'.
Sony has announced that it will be launching a white version of its new smaller and lighter console. The Glacier White model comes with a 500 GB HDD and a white Dualshock 4 controller.
Pornhub has released its yearly report regarding usage statistics for the past year. Mobile streaming and interest in VR is rising, while Windows users continue to dominate desktop usage.
Minecraft's expanding universe grows even more later this month when Microsoft releases the Fallout Mash-Up Pack for the console versions of the game. Revisit the Wastelands in their low-bit glory.
Serviio is a free media server for Window, Mac and Linux. It enables streaming video, audio and images to your DLNA certified device.
If you live in the US and you have yet to purchase a PlayStation 4 - now might be the time. Starting December 11, the Uncharted 4 PS4 bundle will be discounted to $249. The offer ends December 24.
Years after their last gaming collaboration, Marvel and Capcom have confirmed rumors by announcing their upcoming game - Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite - at the PlayStation Experience event.
If you love video games or are a PlayStation fanatic and are located in Southern California, you might want to head to Anaheim this weekend where Sony will hold its annual PlayStation Experience.
Sony has announced that it is removing all Viacom-owned networks from its PlayStation Vue streaming TV service on November 11 - but it's also added BBC America and NBA TV to its line-up from today.
Next week, Sony will launch the PlayStation 4 Pro, its "most powerful games console ever". It's now published a list of games that will be "optimized" for the console on launch day, and beyond.
Sony has released PlayStation Vue for Android TV devices, and has announced that it will also be made available on the web for PC and Mac, although a date for that is yet to be revealed.
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Sony tried - and failed - to build a PlayStation mobile gaming platform before. But the company says it's "aggressively" returning to the mobile space, with new games coming to iOS and Android.
Did you see that Zen Studios released a new Marvel two-pack this week? If you want to grab a copy for yourself, come on in and see for yourself how easy it is... after you read the review, of course.
HBO Now, HBO's on-demand streaming service will soon arrive on PlayStation 3 and 4 for a $15 monthly cost. HBO and Cinemax are also launching as standalone channels on the PS Vue platform.
Sony is holding an event on Wednesday, where it could announce new consoles and more titles for its VR headset. Luckily, Sony will be streaming the event for those of us that won't be in attendance.
Sony's CEO, Kaz Hirai, explained in an interview that his company was looking to rejoin the mobile gaming market with new titles. The move follows the huge success of Pokémon GO.
Sony has been working toward allowing certain games to be streamed to a Windows PC. Today, that feature rolls out along with several new games and an annual membership option for PS Now.
Sony has announced that their library of over 400 titles will become available to PC gamers through the PlayStation Now service, which is launching imminently in Europe, and soon after in the US.
Sony announced that it would be raising prices of its PlayStation Plus membership. While this will go into effect next month, there could possibly be a way to extend the current pricing temporarily.
According to a number of different reports, Sony's upgraded console, the so-called PlayStation 4.5 Neo, will finally be unveiled at the start of September, with dev kits going out to partners.
The PlayStation VR will require at least three metres of cleared floor space to use, according to a Sony pamphlet. The device appears as though its requirements will be too much for many gamers.
With the Xbox exclusivity expiring, looks like folks on the PlayStation 4 will finally get a chance to own and play Rise of the Tomb Raider. The title will be available with new content on Oct. 11th.
A large document seemingly straight from inside Sony, confirms many of the specs and details we already knew about the PlayStation 4 Neo. It even offers us a timeline for the console's development.
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In an interview, a Sony executive has stated that the company expects PlayStation VR shortages due to difficulty in predicting sales, also detailing his thoughts on the upcoming upgraded PlayStation.
Following 2013's God of War: Ascension, a new title in the critically acclaimed series will finally be making its way to Sony platforms soon. The company has showcased gameplay in a lengthy trailer.
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AMD confirmed three "design wins" at a recent investor call. The news suggests that we could see new gaming consoles this year which will use the AMD hardware, but AMD's CEO wouldn't give specifics.
Xbox Live logins using Microsoft accounts have offered two-factor authentication since 2013 - but Sony is finally catching up, confirming that it's preparing to add 2FA to the PlayStation Network.
Although we have yet to see Sony announce anything officially, new details have emerged from undisclosed sources that claim the updated console won't get its own games, among other things.
The PlayStation 4 was the best-selling console in the US, claiming top spot partially thanks to The Division. But Microsoft is looking to the future and touting the success of Quantum Break.
With rumors that a new PlayStation is on the horizon, how is Microsoft preparing to solidify the offerings in its Xbox stable? If an upgraded Xbox is not in the cards, is it an entirely new console?
Ubisoft Massive talks about Tom Clancy's The Division's first major update, called "Incursions", and how it will improve many aspects of the game as well as add much harder end-game content.
There's been a couple alleged sources claiming revamped consoles are coming in the near future. Now we can add one more source which actually suggests a soft announcement window for the "PS4.5".
Sony has announced the formation of a new company, which it says will focus on providing "full-fledged game titles" for various smart devices, including iOS and Android phones.
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Bethesda offers good news for players wanting more Fallout 4 in their lives by detailing the first wave of DLC. Plus, the seasons pass is about to get a little more expensive.
The lead writer for the follow-up to the hugely popular 'Titanfall' speaks up about some new additions to the free-running shooter, which includes a full-fledged campaign mode and a spin-off TV show.
Performance Design Products may have the key to unlocking the fastest rapid charging technology we've ever seen, and Microsoft's Xbox One controller is set to be the first benefactor.
Sony has made an official comment confirming that all of their PSN services are "experiencing issues." The problems started on Monday afternoon, and hours later are still unresolved.
Phil Spencer, head of Microsoft's Xbox division, has confirmed that the company's cloud technologies used in Titanfall can be used in any game, even if the title is exclusive to another platform.
A newly-formed hacking group has claimed that they will attempt to take down both Xbox Live and PSN over the coming weeks, to bring the lack of cyber-security to the attention of the public.
Plex just announced that the premium Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStaion 4 apps are now free. Normally these apps would require either a monthly or lifetime subscription to use.