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Sony A7S III official: New sensor & world-first EVF tech but no 8K

Sony A7S III official: New sensor & world-first EVF tech but no 8K

Sony has revealed the eagerly-awaited Alpha 7S III, its latest mirrorless camera, though some of the company's decisions about its capabilities may leave photographers torn. The latest in the A7 series, the camera has a new 12.1-megapixel full-frame sensor along with Sony's new BIONZ XR image processor, but videographers may be frustrated to find that 8K video recording is absent.

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PlayStation 5 hardware leak shows potential easy repairs, mods, upgrades

PlayStation 5 hardware leak shows potential easy repairs, mods, upgrades

Bits of the next Sony PlayStation video game console seem to have leaked this week from a production floor in Asia. The look of the PlayStation 5 isn't a secret - not on the outside, anyway. Sony already revealed what the console would look like from a couple of angles. The imagery we're seeing today gives us a bit of insight into how the console will feel in real life - a real-world sense of how these curves will really impact our lives the moment we start to tear the console down.

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PS Plus August free games list will include a soon-to-be-released title

PS Plus August free games list will include a soon-to-be-released title

Sony has taken the wraps off its latest list of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers, these ones including a title that hasn't even been released. As always, the games are made available for the duration of a month to anyone who has an active PS Plus subscription -- and they remain available to that player as long as the subscription is active.

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Spider-Man: Miles Morales ‘Performance Mode’ revealed

Spider-Man: Miles Morales ‘Performance Mode’ revealed

Spider-Man: Miles Morales has the distinction of being one of the first games revealed for the PlayStation 5 as well as one of the console's launch titles. Insomniac has slowly been releasing new details about the game since it was first revealed, and today, the company announced that Spider-Man: Miles Morales will offer a "Performance Mode" for those who want a balance of frame rate and resolution.

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PlayStation 5 leak clues in on pre-orders and new (old) compatibility

PlayStation 5 leak clues in on pre-orders and new (old) compatibility

A bit of HTML code leaked today from Sony official showing a few key details on the near-future of PlayStation. The PlayStation 5 will launch in the holiday season, 2020, and today a few bits of info leaked on pre-orders through the official PlayStation Shop. This leak appeared via the PlayStation Direct Shop, showing references to PlayStation 5 console pre-orders for both the regular and digital-only version of the machine.

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Astro’s Playroom on PS5 shows off DualSense features for the first time

Astro’s Playroom on PS5 shows off DualSense features for the first time

Earlier today, Geoff Keighley gave us our first real look at the PlayStation 5's DualSense controller as part of the Summer Game Fest. Though Sony has detailed the controller itself in the past, we've never really seen the controller in action. Today, Keighley's hands-on gave us a better idea of what to expect out of the DualSense gamepad.

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Here’s how to watch Geoff Keighley’s PS5 DualSense reveal today

Here’s how to watch Geoff Keighley’s PS5 DualSense reveal today

New gaming hardware is on the horizon, and normally, summer gaming conferences like E3 and Gamescom would be how consumers and press alike get some hands-on time with that hardware. The coronavirus pandemic brought those plans to a screeching halt, so now we have to settle for reveals that are a more remote in nature.

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Sony a7s III camera release event set for late July

Sony a7s III camera release event set for late July

Today Sony Alpha revealed their next big camera event for the new Sony a7s III. This event will be virtual, as most events these days tend to be, and will take place near the end of July 2020. This event's tagline is Imagination in Motion, and the rumors are flying. This camera will be rather powerful, as all new cameras should be, with such features as a new 12MP sensor with fast readout and the ability to record 4K video at 120fps in both 10bit 4:2:2 and raw over HDMI.

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Sony makes a big PlayStation 5 production decision

Sony makes a big PlayStation 5 production decision

At the end of this year, Sony and Microsoft will launch new consoles, and at this point, it seems very likely that we'll still be grappling with the coronavirus pandemic when that happens. While you might think that a pandemic would decrease demand for new (and probably expensive) consoles, Sony is reportedly boosting its PlayStation 5 production, anticipating increased demand because of the pandemic.

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Google ATAP’s making a sort of smart tech magic wand

Google ATAP’s making a sort of smart tech magic wand

There was a time before computers had a controller called a mouse. There was a time before personal mobile phones had touchscreens. There was a time before humans harnessed the power of electricity to enable them to control and interact with the world around them in ways that'd be otherwise impossible. Google has a concept for a device that might launch the next generation into the future as a singular controller for the operation of all things digitally connected. It's sort of like a magic wand, and it's called the House Mouse.

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Peacock confirms delayed PlayStation 4 launch

Peacock confirms delayed PlayStation 4 launch

For weeks, NBCUniversal has been slowly revealing new details and launch platforms for its incoming streaming service Peacock. The service's global launch is tomorrow, and it turns out that NBC has struck a distribution agreement with Sony that will see Peacock come to PlayStation consoles. However, those of you using a PlayStation 4 as your primary media box will have to wait a few days longer than those on other platforms, as Peacock won't be available on PS4 right away.

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PlayStation 5 box art is thankfully and disappointingly normal

PlayStation 5 box art is thankfully and disappointingly normal

The formal revelation of the PlayStation 5 console has had fans and the Internet split over its design. The most neutral way to describe the box, if you can even call it a box, is that it's different. Because of that, there have been some concerns that physical copies of games, which will still come in good old-fashioned circular disc form, will come in some outlandish packaging. Sony has finally broken its silence on that matter and, for better or worse, PS5 game boxes will look pretty much like PS4 game boxes.

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