Yesterday in a very subtle way Sony released a second update for the PlayStation 4 (PS4), they’ve not spilled the beans yet on exactly what this update will improve, but many have begun speculating it will have something to do with the PlaysStation 4′s operating stability. Below is a quote from the news release:
Mobile phones have evolved to be very smart machines, capable of playing powerful games. The problem lies with usability, with most phones now lacking physical buttons.
SteelSeries, a company known for hosting major gaming events around the world and pushing the envelope with gaming peripherals, have announced the new gaming headset named named “H WirelessHeadset”
If you have a Playstation system or you enjoy the plethora of luxury Sony branded products from their Bravia TVs to their Vaio computers, Play On Rewards will make you love them more!
At long last the wait is finally over. AMD’s newest line of graphics cards (GPU) have made their way into the hands of popular hardware manufacturers, one of them being VisionTek.
In a recent press release to the public, Sony has confirmed that Kazuo Hirai (Sony President and CEO ) will be their keynote speaker for CES 2014.
CoolerMaster has decided to make lightning strike twice with the release of the HAF Stacker.
GameStop is delivering some exciting news for all those who want to purchase used gaming systems before the next generation takes over!
Everyone has a friend when playing a first-person shooter that whines about being able to own you if they could play with a mouse and keyboard.
Home Depot and Sony, an odd combination, are teaming up for the PS4 launch.
In a recent post to the Steam community, hardware designer Greg Coomer or better known by his SteamID Gregori, lead hardware designer for the Steam Machine, revealed that Steam has begun shipping out early prototypes of the Steam Machine.
While a new iPhone, or iPad is always big news all over the world, new iMacs always seem to launch with little fanfare. Tuesday is proof of that as the upgraded 21.5 inch, and the 27 inch iMacs quietly rolled out onto the showroom floors of Apple Stores around the country.
It is hard to believe that the new console generation is creeping up quickly. The PlayStation 4 is set to release in the U.S. on November 15, 2013 with a slew of retail launch titles, and its fair share of downloadable content and games.