Sony and Facebook aren’t really competitors, but Sony is now following in the social media giant’s footsteps by releasing a standalone PlayStation Messages app for Android and iOS. Previously, messaging functionality was built into the PlayStation App, but Sony has decided to allow the functionality to stand on its own since ... Read More »
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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Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony are all working on next-gen gaming consoles, but it’s already inevitable that the next great gaming platform is the cloud. By the end of this year, a number of Android devices will be able to stream flagship console games and the experience will feel just like you are playing a game console ... Read More »
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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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Early this year Sony Computer Entertainment announced the PlayStation Suite program which was designed to deliver the world of PlayStation to Android based portable devices. So far we have seen three PlayStation Certified devices (Xperia Play, Sony Tablet S, Sony Tablet P) and that number should continue to increase now that Sony has 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 certified, but ... Read More »
Today Sony announced on the EU PlayStation Blog that an official PlayStation app is coming to Android phones very soon. Unfortunately, this app is not for playing games like the rumored PlayStation Phone, but it will connect to the PlayStation Network and allow you to keep up with your friends, discover new ... Read More »
With a possible announcement looming next week, one lucky guy in Greece claims to have spotted Sony Ericsson’s PlayStation phone in the wild running Gingerbread. He managed to capture a two minute blurrycam video which doesn’t reveal much, but you can make out some details that match the leaked pictures we ... Read More »
Popular tech blog Engadget is reporting that Sony Ericsson will produce a gaming-focused Android phone that will carry the PlayStation branding, according to an unnamed trusted source. This is the first time any such plans have been revealed and I’m sure some are skeptical, but the report contains plenty of detail and some ... Read More »
One could argue that high-quality games come very infrequently to the Android market. Sure, there are a handful or so of games out there that are worth the $2-10 developers are asking for them, but the number of must-have Android games remains relatively small.
Emulators, such as NESoid and SNESoid (among others) in the Android ... Read More »