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Playstation Now is coming to PC

Competition is an essential part of every market, because without competition large companies dominating the market can sell inferior products and swindle customers out of their money. Continue reading Playstation Now is coming to PC

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Report: Nintendo’s upcoming NX is going to be a portable console that plugs into your TV

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It is hard to believe that Nintendo was one of the linchpins of the videogame industy, given that its Wii U has been struggling to trade punches with Sony and Microsoft’s consoles. Its only successful console on the market is the 3DS, which has been showing signs of age. Continue reading Report: Nintendo’s upcoming NX is going to be a portable console that plugs into your TV

A day before Microsoft’s E3, the Xbox One Slim leaks in pictures

The PS3 and the Xbox 360 held on for over a decade, holding the mantle and cementing their place in history with one of the longest console lifespans. Continue reading A day before Microsoft’s E3, the Xbox One Slim leaks in pictures

NVIDIA announces the JXD S192: An Android gaming console

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One of the industries worst affected  by smartphones is that of portable game consoles. Sure, there always were just two main players on the market (Sony and Nintendo), but mobile gaming has taken away a large chunk of the userbase: The casual gamers, who play a game or two to pass the time.  Continue reading NVIDIA announces the JXD S192: An Android gaming console

Sony announces PS VR price and release date

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The Rift and the Vive  are the VR Headsets that everyone is paying attention to, but the fact is that they are too expensive, and won’t be in the hands of the average Joe anytime soon. Continue reading Sony announces PS VR price and release date

Sony has discontinued the Vita TV in Japan, Europe and North America

Sony Is Killing the PlayStation TV in Japan

The PS Vita is a device that was born at a time when mobile-gaming was picking up steam. It was priced too high, and had too few games, and didn’t make a splash, which almost sealed its fate.  Continue reading Sony has discontinued the Vita TV in Japan, Europe and North America

Gamestop CEO says Playstation VR delayed to second half of 2015

It used to be that companies could keep what they were working on a secret. But this was in an era when companies controlled their supply chains and had their own factories. Continue reading Gamestop CEO says Playstation VR delayed to second half of 2015

Ingenious hobbyists mod the PS4 so that it can run Linux

Just about every gaming console has two types of community around it: One is the gaming community, which plays games, and the other, is the hobbyist community, which runs software on these consoles that they were not designed for. Continue reading Ingenious hobbyists mod the PS4 so that it can run Linux

Fujitsu is splitting its PC and Mobile Divisions into separate companies

It seems 2015 is the year of big corporate shakeups, because we have been seeing a lot of that this year. Paypal is separating from eBay and becoming a separate company. HP is splitting into two separate companies. Google witnessed a corporate shakeup that saw its divisions become separate companies governed by one entity.  Continue reading Fujitsu is splitting its PC and Mobile Divisions into separate companies

PS4 Remote Play support is coming to Windows and Mac OS X

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