Sony’s soon-to-release camera flagship device, which was once rumored by the name Honami and has been up till now, will be eventually called Xperia Z One. The news was leaked by a renowned XDA-Developers user, who has provided some leaks about the previous Xperia models as well.
We came across quite an interesting report yesterday, declaring the information came from a “very well sited anonymous source”. The source claims that Sony could be all ready to announce a bundle of the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita for “around $500″ and if this actually turns out to be true it could really blow off Microsoft, since Microsoft is too planning the release of Xbox One.
Yes! You got that right. The two industry giants are going to work on a new format together. Panasonic and Sony have made a step further in a strategic partnership to develop a new type of optical disc which has a recording capacity of at least 300GB and shall be released by the end of 2015. Even though it’s known that optical discs can’t compete with the speed of Flash memory or even Hard Disk Drives, the companies still quarrel that their physical properties definitely make them a better medium for archiving and long-term storage.
According to an analyst of Robert W. Baird, it is most likely that gamers will experience initial shortages during the launch of PlayStation 3 and Xbox One. Complexity involved in each system’s planned launch is being considered one of the main reasons behind the shortages, since its these two new consoles are getting an over whelming response/demand from the users resulting in huge number of pre-orders already. It is definitely creating a complex situation for the companies.
After Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One, the gaming world was excited & then the PlayStation 4 came, and now the world can’t wait. Sony’s unveil didn’t disappoint anyone: from the looks of it, the PS4 is an amazingly powerful machine that will have even the most hardcore Microsoft fans pondering whether it’s time to make the switch. However, for those who missed the E3 conference, you might be wondering what the big deal is. Fear not, we are here to provide you with that information! We’ve uncovered five things you need to know about the PS4. Brace yourself, this console is pretty awesome.
2013 is shaping up to be an exciting year for video gaming and technology fans, with the unveiling of the next generation of consoles. Hot on the heels of 2012’s Wii U, Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One have been unveiled, with full details of the systems finally emerging at the annual E3 conference in June.
If you have still not recovered from the shock of Sony discontinuing its Z series, then it’s time to cheer up since Sony has just announced two flagship Ultrabooks which will surely compensate your loss of Z series. Vaio Pro 11 and Vaio Pro 13 are the two new models each weighing less than the Z series at 1.92 and 2.34 pounds respectively. In fact Sony confesses that it’s virtually the lightest touch screen Ultrabooks ever made. They last much longer on battery life and have an additional sheet battery that promises to double the battery life, giving 14 hours for Pro 11 and 13 hours of usage on Pro 13. Presuming both are faster having Haswell Processors.
Sony makes us lucky again. Thanks for the leaked videos on YouTube; we already knew there was something cooking at Sony’s end. Here we are with the announcement of the new Sony Vaio Duo 13 giving slider another shot. We hope this model becomes a market success after the failure of its ancestor model Vaio Duo 11 which was merely too high in price and had a real poor battery life. Company promises to mend the earlier mistakes and compensate the users.
Rejoice PlayStation racing fans, Gran Turismo 6 has been officially announced for the console at the UK’s Silverstone circuit. If you have no clue what Gran Turismo is, it is probably the world’s most popular console-racing franchise spanning 15 years. The Gran Turismo games have been on PlayStation, Playstation 2, PSP and PlayStation 3.
Sony will be launching a 13.3-inch “Digital Paper” device that will be initially aimed at University students in Japan. The reason for the large size is that it will be the same size as a A4 sheet of paper. The device will allows for PDF creation, reading and annotating. Unlike other readers out there this one is meant to be a replacement for paper and will not have many features that other e-readers and tablets do.
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