While Nintendo's DS handheld absolutely trounced Sony's PSP rival, EA exec Frank Gibeau sees a reversal of fortune in the next battle between the two companies.
In the future, deaf people might be able to go in the same movie theaters as everyone else.
It's Extreme Makeover: Playstation Home Edition.
Hey, remember back when Google TV was introduced last year? It was supposed to change the way we interact with our TVs.
Sony has officially confirmed that its upcoming PS Vita will boast a full 512MB of RAM - rather than the 256MB claimed by various rumors swirling around the Internet ether.
NFL Ticket, a feature previously touted specifically to DirecTV customers, is heading over to the PS3.
Sony has slashed the price of its popular Playstation 3 console by $50. The cut affects both the 160GB and 320GB models, which are now priced at $249 and $299 respectively.
It's still months before Sony's new handheld is due out in the US, but it's already not heading in a good direction.
After sluggish sales, a lack of interest, and lost developer support, there's finally some good news for the fledgling Xperia Play.
Sony has released details about what to expect in an imminent software update for the PS3.
It was history in the making in Johannesburg, South Africa when the first raid of its kind took place in a residential home.
Sony's main optical disk warehouse for the UK went up in flames last night as riots spread across London.
As consumers become understandably frustrated at the direction of the home 3D market, three companies are working to set new standards.
Wannabe game testers, get your cell phone camcorders ready because Sony is casting for a new season of The Tester.
Even though it came from the most noteworthy security conference in the country, it's a distinction most companies would probably rather avoid.
Sony has quashed rumors of an early fall US release date for the Playstation Vita, leaving its ardent fans disappointed until 2012.
The first credible report of a specific launch date for the successor to Sony's PSP system has surfaced.
Sucker Punch, a studio that was founded by former Microsoft employees, now belongs to Sony.
As far as EA is concerned, 3D video games have been nothing but a headache.
A company that promised insurance to Sony if it encountered various losses or damages says it wants immunity from responsibility for the PSN hack scandal.