One of the least used, but perhaps one of the most convenient PS4 features is Remote Play. For those who don’t know about it, it basically allows anyone with a compatible device to stream the game over WiFi or over the Internet (Unbearably slow for most connections), and play the games as if they are playing on the PS4 itself. Continue reading PS4 Remote Play support is coming to Windows and Mac OS X
It has been almost two years since the next-generation (or rather the current generation) consoles were released into the wild, and ever since then, the PS4 has been dominating the sales charts at an almost unprecedented rates. Units are flying off the shelves, and Sony is hitting milestones faster than you can say the word ‘Playstation’. Continue reading No way but up: PS4 sales hit 30 million
While Sony’s mobile business is spiraling down into more and more losses, its gaming division is doing particularly well, with its PS4 outselling the competition two to one. Continue reading Sony brings the Playstation Now service to the PS Vita and the PS TV
Cloud Streaming is an industry that never quite took off, yet Sony has been trying it for quite some time, after acquiring Gaikai. It actually released PS Now, which enables you to stream your favorite games. Continue reading Sony revamps the UI of Playstation Now
Cloud Game Streaming is a great service in principle. All the heavy work is done by the servers, and you may as well as play the latest game in the highest quality possible on any device? That’s the dream. That’s what cloud streaming offers. Continue reading Sony is buying OnLive, and is shutting it down soon
Sony’s PS4 is one of its most successful Consoles till data, with the PS2 being the best-selling Console of all time and the PS3 only catching up in sales in its later years. The PS4 was off to a great start, with 10 million pushed out within months, overtaking its rival the Xbox One. Continue reading Sony announces new iteration of its Project Morpheus, and also announces its Release Date
It has been a few months since Android Wear was unveiled, and already we are seeing some interesting Application Concepts.
Android Wear was originally intended to just show you Google Now Cards and Actionable Notifications, but as it is running Android underneath, developers could easily do whatever they wanted. Continue reading Relive your childhood: You can now run Playstation Games on your Watch
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It has long been rumored that Sony has been developing a Virtual Reality (VR) headset for the PS4 which would compete with the Oculus Rift.
But, contrary to popular belief, this isn’t Sony’s first venture into the VR headset market; It has been there for years. In fact, it’s VR models are currently in the 3rd generation.
Sony felt that it’s offerings weren’t geared towards gaming and so felt the need to unleash upon the world it’s very own gaming oriented VR headset. Continue reading Sony unveils Project Morpheus: Now you can get INSIDE the game….
Note: This is a followup post. I recommend you check out : Everything you NEED to know about the PS4 and Everything you NEED to know about the Xbox One .
The PS4 and the Xbox One are the consoles stand against Mobile Gaming. The launch of a new console is extremely rare and happens every 7 – 8 years. The Playstation is in it’s 4th generation while the Xbox One is in the third generation. As you can see the Playstation brand has more experience in the gaming field as it is a generation more older. Whether that helps the PS4 or not , we will see in this faceoff! . Continue reading Console Faceoff : Xbox One vs PS4