Thanks to a new page launched on GameStop's website, it's been confirmed that Sony is indeed readying the launch of a brand new Dual Shock 3 controller for the Sony-manufactured PlayStation 3. Joining the ranks of blue, black, white, silver, and red, this new pink controller is sure to make any fan of the color pink happy.
Time files we you are having fun, it's time again for another Week in Review. Some details of the coming Samsung Galaxy Tab surfaced in a new firmware update this week in Europe. The details point to the Android tablet having a 480 x 800 resolution screen, two cameras, and an ARM11 CPU.
It's the night before the iPad officially hits store shelves -- actually, we'll correct that. It's the night before the iPad immediately sells out, and doesn't see store shelves, and we imagine that many of you out there are probably reading this post from a line in front of an Apple Store. Patiently waiting for those doors to open bright and early, so you can run home and play with your new gadget. Or you're not. Either case, we're glad you could join us here for another edition of the Daily Slash. Tonight, we've got some update goodness for Windows Mobile 6.5.3. There's a big announcement for TweetDeck, too. Some of the biggest games for the PlayStation 3 are getting a big update. If you're sick of your iPhone and are looking for something bigger, T-Mobile USA has a plan for you. And finally, it looks like the iPad developer story can be put to rest.
The Sony PS3 Slim is finally upon us, and we've been gathering up all the information you might need in order to choose between the newly-discounted current models or hold off until the new version arrives in North America and Europe on September 1st (Japan on September 3rd). After the cut, the full press release and spec-sheet, together with all the official shots of the new PlayStation 3 and a video interview with Jack Tretton about the new console.
Sony's new handheld gaming console, the much-rumored PSP Go, has leaked ahead of its official E3 2009 launch. Bearing quite the resemblance to the fan mockups seen during the ongoing rumors, the PSP Go will have a 3.8-inch display, 16GB of flash memory, Bluetooth (with support for headsets and wirelessly tethering cellphones) and a Memory Stick Micro card slot.
A good race at home is cranking up PS3, pairing Gran Turismo 5 with my Logictech Driving Force GT, but now I have a second thought about that amateur set-up of mine. I doubt any gaming enthusiast would disagree with me after looking at the state of the art Fanatec simulation driving wheel. That's one good looking driving wheel!
We already know that companies like MadCatz is going to be crafting special “Pro” instruments for Rock Band, but what about Guitar Hero: World Tour? Sure, the instruments are going to be compatible, but surely we'll be seeing some branded “Pro” Guitar Hero drums and guitars, right? Yes, of course we will, and they'll be stamped with the Logitech name as well.
The 08 car of the year, the sultry Audi R8, it’s a work of art, a real thing of beauty on par with whoever your favorite actress is. It has a 4.2-liter V8 cranking out 420BHP, which for a car that small, is a lot of ponies.