Today Sony announced that their PlayStation Mobile store is rolling out to select devices, but it appears most of you will not be able to access it quite yet. For those that do receive the PSM store, they will now be able to purchase around 20 games with prices ranging from free to $7.49.
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Sony took the stage at E3 tonight and while they mostly stuck to all things PS3 (seriously, more Move content?), they did manage to slip in a little bit of Android news.
The PlayStation Suite was first announced in January of last year and aimed to bring PlayStation level gaming to ... Read More »
This has been one of the smoothest acquisitions we have seen in the life of Android. In less than 4 months since its announcement, Sony has completed the full acquisition of the Ericsson mobile devision. This costed the Japanese manufacturer €1.05 billion, but good ol’ Sony is now in full charge of its ... Read More »
According to a rumor making its way around the webosphere this morning, owners of HTC smartphones and tablets will soon be able to play PlayStation certified games on their devices. Pocket-Lint is reporting that Sony and HTC could make the announcement yet this month at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
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The Sony Xperia S (codenamed Nozomi, originally rumored to release as the Arc HD) is yet another Android device we’ve been dying to get a look at now that CES is finally here. And boy does it look good.
Internally, the Xperia S is nearly identical to the Xperia Ion announced ... Read More »
Today NVIDIA announced on their Tegra Zone app that Sony’s PlayStation Suite will be coming to Tegra-equipped Android phones and tablets later this year. PlayStation Suite is a hardware-neutral game framework designed to bring the PlayStation experience to Android devices.
The report did not mention which Tegra devices would be PlayStation ... Read More »
Do you want to be one of the first 10 people to play with the Xperia Play (“PlayStation Phone”)? Sony Ericsson is holding a special contest right now on their Facebook page called First2PLAY that could hook you up with an early device. All you need to do is vote for their Super ... Read More »
Today Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) announced PlayStation Suite, a hardware-neutral game framework to bring the PlayStation experience to Android phones and tablets. SCE will start a license program called PlayStation Certified, where they will work with hardware manufacturers to “ensure the delivery of PlayStation quality experience across various devices.”
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