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PSP and UK TVs Updated by Sony to Work with Qriocity Streaming Movies

PSP and UK TVs Updated by Sony to Work with Qriocity Streaming Movies

Hooray, Sony will soon be bringing their Qriocity streaming movie service to all PSP machines and Bravia TVs and Blue-ray players and home theater systems in the UK. Oh you UK, you're gonna love it. What this means for the PSP is access to the Sony Music Unlimited library, for the other devices, this will mean they've got complete access to the stream of streaming goodness. In the PSP, this update will require the user to move to version 6.35 (which is coming soon.) Along with the update will come an icon that'll sit in the XMB interface's Music category.

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Developer says PSP was doomed from the start

Developer says PSP was doomed from the start

I have two PSPs around my house and neither of them get played and never got played much. The original console was a gift for my son for a good report card. He played it for a few months and then told me the games weren’t "cool" and it has sat in a drawer ever since. I have played it too and came to the same conclusion. The PSP really sucks. I have more fun on my iPhone and my son plays his DS all the time.

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Sony PSP2 Supposedly Breaks Cover, Shows Off Twin Thumbsticks

Sony PSP2 Supposedly Breaks Cover, Shows Off Twin Thumbsticks

While, traditionally, leaks of major cell phones, or smartphones, are marred by images taken by one "Mr. Blurrycam," it looks like that individual may have finally stumbled into another market. Here, supposedly, are the first images of what VG247 is calling the PSP2. And, as we can see from the images, there aren't a lot of details to be really seen, but we definitely can't deny those pair of thumbsticks there.

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Sony PSP2 Shown Off in Private Meeting, Coming Fall 2011

Sony PSP2 Shown Off in Private Meeting, Coming Fall 2011

For a short time, the rumors regarding the second version of the traditional PlayStation Portable were picking up speed, which would lead some to believe that a spy photo would inevitably break cover before too long. But, that still hasn't happened, and in fact the rumors and speculation started to quiet down. We've heard in the past that the device was already in the hands of developers, that the PSP2 would feature a touch-pad on the back of the mobile console, and that it would not only feature a camera on the back, but also one on the front. These new rumors actually enforce a few we've heard in the past, but it looks like Sony isn't in any rush to get the new handheld gaming device to the market.

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Gametech Bear Unveils Accessory to Add Dual Joysticks to the PSP Go

Gametech Bear Unveils Accessory to Add Dual Joysticks to the PSP Go

If you are someone who's a fan of the PSP, then you've probably desired some kind of dual joystick set up for some time now. And, while we wait to see what Sony has in store for the world when they launch the PSP2, we're stuck with what we have. But, thankfully we've got a company like Gametech Bear out there, who have decided to make the desires of so many PSP owners out there finally come true: stick a PS3 controller onto your PSP Go, and bring the full controller happiness to your mobile gaming experience. Just, minus the mobile.

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Sony Seeking Out Android Developers for Mobile Gaming

Sony Seeking Out Android Developers for Mobile Gaming

It's been just over a month since we heard anything about Sony and Android. Not since that big story about Sony Ericsson building some kind of monstrous PSP Go! like phone, featuring Android 3.0 and with a main focus on mobile gaming. And more than likely, this has everything to do with that. According to a new job posting for Sony, the company is currently looking for someone with past experience in mobile gaming, as well as mobile developing as it specifically deals with Android.

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Sony PSP2 in the Hands of Developers

Sony PSP2 in the Hands of Developers

Rumors about Sony's next-generation PlayStation Portable (PSP) may have gone quiet for a little while now, but that doesn't mean they're over and done with. Looking back, we've heard how Sony plans on reinventing the PSP model altogether, and then we heard that touch controls could find their way onto the back of the device, confusing plenty of people out there. But, even further back, we had heard that Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) were being passed around to developers in the video game world, with some quieter voices saying that the device itself was finding those same hands. And now, it looks like those previous rumors may have been true.

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Sony’s Digital Comics Service Could be Launching on PlayStation 3

Sony’s Digital Comics Service Could be Launching on PlayStation 3

Digital reading is one of those markets that's not so much a niche, anymore. There's plenty of people out there that still wish it was, surely, but the simple truth is that while reading a physical book (or in this case, a comic book) may be nostalgic, getting your reading done in the digital landscape is becoming more common place than anything else. The iPad's launch may have made it harder for the physical media to make its case, especially when Marvel launched their comic book service for the tablet device, but we can't forget about Sony's own offering for the PSP. Their Digital Comics service, which has seen a steady growth on their mobile video game console, might be heading to the big screen, after all.

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Sony PlayStation 4 Will Use Physical Media Says Kaz Hirai

Sony PlayStation 4 Will Use Physical Media Says Kaz Hirai

For those out there in the world who are clinging to the old principles of consumption, like how to buy and read a book or purchase and watch a movie, the future is a pretty bleak place. With our out-reach into digital content, people can't help but wonder when everything will be digital, and there won't be any type of physical media left in the world. Well, according to Kaz Hirai, Sony Computer Entertainment's CEO, you don't have to worry about the next iteration of the PlayStation home console going completely digital.

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