E3 2019 has come and gone, leaving me with three important lessons.Read More
Everybody loves weird gadgets and the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is full of them. Here are 10 of the strangest found at the show.Read More
Has Insomniac Games done Spider-Man justice on the PS4? Find out in my hands-on preview…Read More
Let’s not make the same boring E3 2018 predictions… Here are 5 big bets about what we’re going to see at the show!Read More
On this episode of Learn Something, it's a geek week and I'm covering a whole bunch of nerdy questions you've never thought about..Read More
Sony just unveiled a whole load of new Playstation games at its Paris Games Week event. It’s easy to lose the most exciting titles in all the noise, so here are the 10 biggest announcements.Read More
There are no two ways to say this - smartphones are boring and Mobile World Congress has exposed this. If the biggest news story coming out of Barcelona is the return of Nokia's feature phone, then we have a problem...Read More
Another year, another tonne of TV announcements at CES 2017 - but what were the best screens out there in Vegas? I found out and wrote a feature for BBC's Science Focus Magazine!Read More
With the Playstation 4 Pro heading for a November release and Microsoft’s new Xbox, codenamed Project Scorpio, on the horizon for next year, consumers are stuck with a question – do you need or want one?
And the answer in pretty much all circumstances is a resounding “no.”Read More
It’s time for Sony to reveal what they have up their sleeves for the PlayStation at this year’s E3 – and you can watch it all unfold right here LIVE…Read More
Vinyl has risen from the dead over the last nine years, under the guise of superior audio quality and the full package of liner notes. This trend has led to the likes of Sony and Panasonic introducing record players recently.
Wired magazine has even gone on to write about how vinyl records won CES 2016 and while this is true, I believe we're giving records a lot more credit than they're due.
The reason: they are never played.Read More
Someone on Reddit has shared pictures of what looks like the prototype of the SNES-CD, a cancelled collaboration between Sony and Nintendo to bring a CD-ROM attachment to your Super Nintendo.Read More
No industry resists change like the film industry, millions have been spent over the decades to keep the silver screen away well away from our familiar four walls. Sony and Disney have boldly moved into the unknown, piloting a trial that allows the residents of South Korea to watch on demand some films that are still being shown in the theatres.
The console wars have begun again. Sony and Microsoft will be releasing their next generation hardware this year. So with this in mind we wanted to know which you are most excited for: The Xbox One or the Playstation 4?
Remember when playing Tetris helped adults with amblyopia (aka lazy eye)? Well now Sony Computer Entertainment Europe and the University of Nottingham have teamed up to prove that once again, computer games are the answer. Developing original games based on popular PS3 titles, SCEE is creating content for the "I-BiT" system, which will help children overcome their condition in the most fun way possible.
So Sony has announced their next generation console, the Playstation 4, set for release at the fall of 2013. Alongside this, they have also released detailed hardware specs for the console, the Dualshock 4 controller and the Playstation 4 eye.
The console was unveiled at Wednesday's 'Playstation Meeting' in New York, where Sony Computer Entertainment boss Andrew House called it Sony's "most powerful platform ever". The following are detailed specs released by the company.
The Playstation 4 is official! Sony have officially announced their next generation console, paving their vision for the future of gaming.
We like the PlayStation Vita, we really do. Just take a gander at our early-look review and you'll understand why; an impressive 5-inch OLED display, strength in performance and, finally, those long-awaited dual analogue sticks. But despite that, the Vita is a £200-odd purchase now haunting our bank balances. Why? The games just aren't there.
Once labelled 'recession proof' by the more optimistic industry players of the world, the videogame industry is now an industry finding it difficult to move with these economically tough times. Under an immense struggle to show any signs of the powerhouse it was just a few years ago, the question has to be asked: how has this happened?