It is certainly a strong holiday season for gaming, and the new motion controllers are right at the front of it all. Microsoft just announced it has sold 2.5 million Kinect cameras for the Xbox 360, and now Sony is touting its latest number for the PlayStation Move - 4.1 million.
Gran Turismo 5 has dethroned Call of Duty: Black Ops from the top spot of the UK's weekly game sales lists, as the insanely-long-time-developed game begins its run to actually becoming profitable.
Still trying to compete against a market dominated by the Kindle and Nook, Sony's e-reader platform is going mobile soon, with plans to unveil Sony Reader apps for the iPhone and Android.
For 16 years, Nintendo has been one of the most notably absent companies at the Consumer Electronics Show, the world's biggest trade show that houses the latest and greatest in consumer technology.
A seemingly innocuous Twitter message is making a lot of waves this morning, as Sony's team in Russia has reportedly confirmed the existence of a game no one else was ready to announce quite yet.
LittleBigPlanet 2 was scheduled to be one of the biggest titles on the PS3 for the holiday season, but delays have forced it back into 2011. The publisher has just said, however, that a free demo will be available by year's end.
The most recent version of Sony's PS3 firmware was supposed to stop the epidemic of "jailbreaking" once and for all. Well, Sony, how's that working out for you?
Sony is so desperate to make gamers interested in 3D that it is actually going out on a limb and saying flattering things about Nintendo's own 3D handheld gaming system.
Hulu has become confident enough in its new premium Hulu Plus service that beginning next week, it'll go out of beta mode and be available to the general public. Along with that, Sony Bravia TVs will receive a Hulu Plus app.
Sony first unveiled Gran Turismo 5 in 2005. Since then, gamers have patiently waited as the developer continuously teased them, provided false release date expectations, and hyped up the game to the point where it sounded like the second coming of Jesus. And now, it may actually be finished.
Sony has just announced it will be releasing the 320 GB PS3 unit, which is currently bundled in a $400 PlayStation Move-centric hardware package, as a standalone console in time for the holiday shopping season. At $350, it'll be the most expensive standalone console system on the market.
Just in time for the holidays, the idea of a Playstation-branded mobile phone has come back to light with a new prototype image that has apparently surfaced.
Is the venerable Steve Jobs and his trusty band of acolytes plotting a hostile takeover or acquisition of Sony with Club Cupertino’s $51 billion war chest?
Sony will apparently cut the price of its PSPgo system, by far the least successful version of its portable game system. But even at a cheaper price point gamers will likely have difficulty justifying the purchase.
In 1979, Sony introduced a little device called the Walkman, a portable way to listen to audio cassette tapes. Today, 30 years and countless innovations later, all remaining threads on the Walkman's lifeline in Japan have been cut.
Google recently introduced its long-awaited, long speculated about TV. Unlike the little devices like the Orb, Roku, or AppleTV, GoogleTV returns to the set-top box model and it’s based on Chrome as an interface.
Did you just buy a 3D TV and miss out on the chance to watch the World Cup with 3D glasses? Or maybe your cable provider didn't haves ESPN 3D at the time. You are exactly who Sony's upcoming documentary is for.
A funny thing happens when a historically disorganized company finally gets its hands on a good product...
Despite finally making a hard release date announcement after years of patience from fans, Sony has to push back the release of Gran Turismo 5 due to last-minute production issues.
If you want to try out Google's brand new "TV operating system" before the end of the year, you're gonna have to buy a Sony Internet TV.