Tag Archive | "sony"

PlayStation 4

Monday, May 30, 2011

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Sony is already hard at work on the PlayStation 4, or so they say. Unfortunately, “the chances of it showing up at E3 next month are slim-to-none, but they chould be in line to unveil it later this year or early next year with an eye on a holiday 2012 release.” Sony has stuck to [...]

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$320,000 PlayStation 3 Supreme

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

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At $320,000, the PlayStation 3 Supreme’s “whole main outer section has been reformed with circa 1,600 grams of solid 22ct gold; both sides of the disc loading entrance have 58 individually set 0.50 ct flawless diamonds which total 26ct.” This model will be limited to a production run of 3 units. It is, however, a [...]

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Sony Aibo Gets Attacked by Real Dogs

Saturday, December 19, 2009

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The Sony Aibo made its debut in 1999, and at the hefty price of $2500. While it didn’t exactly sell like hot cakes (or look like a dog), the robot itself was ahead of its time. Even real dogs had beef with them, as you’ll see after the break. If these cyber versions were meant [...]

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Sony Celebrates 15th Anniversary of PlayStation

Thursday, December 3, 2009

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Sony celebrates the 15th anniversary of the PlayStation console, which was released on December 3rd, 1994. They created a stylish logo featuring a “fun potpourri of various accessories released throughout the brand’s history.” Video after the break. In addition to SingStar microphones and Buzz! controllers, you can see Sony playing homage to UMD, PocketStation and [...]

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Sony Ericsson Pureness Plays Pac-Man

Saturday, November 21, 2009

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Though the Sony Ericsson Pureness may look like just a design concept, this phone is still capable of running classic games such as Pac-Man, and quite well. Early testers say that the “materials used are nice and XPERIA-ey, but the most overt luxury item here is the block of glass that serves as the screen.” [...]

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