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Sony VAIO L Series all-in-one wraps touch-bezel around multitouch screen

Sony VAIO L Series all-in-one wraps touch-bezel around multitouch screen

Sony's third VAIO launch of the day is the new VAIO L Series, all-in-one touchscreen desktops packing 24-inch Full HD displays and a new "edge access" system of touch-sensitive shortcuts integrated into the bezel. Packing a choice of Intel Core i5 or i7 processors, NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M graphics and a 1920 x 1080 multitouch display, the L Series also hides a Blu-ray drive and both HDMI input and outputs.

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Sony PlayStation 3 Slim 160GB Model, 320GB Move Bundle Releasing This Fall

Sony PlayStation 3 Slim 160GB Model, 320GB Move Bundle Releasing This Fall

There had been a few grumblings going around that Sony's PS3 Slim was about to get some changes to the Hard Drive variants. And while GameStop independently confirmed this for a little while, those ads were quickly pulled. But the rumors didn't stop. And good thing, too -- considering that they turned out to be true. Sony has just announced that there will not only be a 160GB model, but also a 320GB Move bundle coming to market this Fall.

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Sony Japan outs PlayStation Move bundles (including ray-gun)

Sony Japan outs PlayStation Move bundles (including ray-gun)

It's not just a white PS3 and a chunkier hard drive that Sony Japan are promising today; they're also spilling some details on the PlayStation Move launch including the awesome retro ray-gun "shooting attachment" we saw at E3.  Two bundles have been announced for Japan, set for release on October 21st 2010, one with a single Move wand, PlayStation Eye camera and a copy of Bio Hazard 5 Alternative Edition, and another that throws in a ray-gun shooting attachment and replaces the title with Big 3 Gun Shooting.

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Sony finally making money on PS3 hardware; no price cut in foreseeable future

Sony finally making money on PS3 hardware; no price cut in foreseeable future

Sony has confirmed that, for the first time since its original debut, the PS3 is finally making them money.  A long standing joke among gamers, until now the console has cost Sony more to produce than they've been able to sell it for; according to Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony's Worldwide Studios, "This year is the first time that we are able to cover the cost of the PlayStation 3."  "We aren't making huge money from hardware," he told IGN, "but we aren't bleeding like we used to."

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Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim to Debut at E3 if Rumors Prove True

Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim to Debut at E3 if Rumors Prove True

We're no stranger to rumors about Microsoft slimming down their prodigal home console, the Xbox 360. We've even shown you pictures of what it might look like. And we're not surprised at all to hear that the rumors aren't dying down, especially so close to the first day of E3. With Microsoft set to announce quite a few things, a redesign to the 360 seems a perfect fit. And, if rumors from Fudzilla are to be believed, that's exactly what Microsoft has up their sleeve.

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Sony 2010 3D HDTVs coming June with PS3 3D upgrade

Sony 2010 3D HDTVs coming June with PS3 3D upgrade

Sony UK have announced their 2010 3D HDTV range, which is set to go on sale from June.  Interestingly, rather than outing a flagship first and then gradually pushing out cheaper sets, Sony reckon their 3D debut - the BRAVIA HX800/HX803 - will be "affordable", though exact prices aren't yet revealed and you'll need to shell out a little extra for the necessary 3D glasses and IR emitter unit.  Meanwhile the PS3's 3D firmware upgrade will arrive in sync with the 3D HDTVs, complete with some free 3D games for those who buy a new set.

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Geohot demos custom PS3 firmware [Video]

Geohot demos custom PS3 firmware [Video]

After taking Sony to task for yanking "Other OS" support from the PS3 in their latest firmware update, v3.21, George Hotz - aka geohot - has followed up on his promise to develop a custom firmware build that bypasses the new restriction.  The new firmware, which is yet to be publicly released, maintains the ability to install third-party OSes on the PS3, but without the gamer losing access to the PlayStation Network.

Video demo after the cut

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