E3 2013 is in the books, and it brought us two new pieces of hardware, plenty of games, and much more. But while the big names stole the headlines, there were plenty of new pieces of tech that made a splash at the show.
Sony UK managing director Fergal Gara details what PlayStation 4 owners will and won't need a PS Plus subscription to access, with previously for-pay features like auto-update now rolling into the free portion of the online PlayStation service.
T-Mobile issued a press release announcing that it will be the exclusive carrier to offer Sony's Xperia Z smartphone in the U.S. The phone is expected to start selling on its Web site and in stores early July.
Sony had a great showing at E3, and following positive reception of the PlayStation 4 its internal sales predictions have reportedly increased. Sony also said that it doubts third party publishers will try to enforce any unpopular DRM on the next-gen console.
E3 2013 is history, and it was among the most important in the show's history, not to mention the biggest, with,over 48,000 in attendance. We look back at the winners and losers of this year's show.
Sony has opened up the firmware of its SmartWatch to developers, and is actively encouraging them to create new versions of the Android operating system for it.
Sony has scheduled an event for June 25 in Munich, but hasn't provided much detail on what it'll be announcing. The translated German invitation says, "Do you want more?" leading some to speculate we'll be seeing a big-screen device.
Sony closed the unofficial first day of E3 with a closer look at the PlayStation 4, plenty about its connectivity features, and a whole lot of games. It was a dominant show, in every way.
Microsoft brought the Xbox One to E3, and we were impressed. And then ... Sony showed up, which is something of an understatement. Did Sony just win E3?
Sony surprised us by announcing Mad Max for the PlayStation 4 at their press conference. The game is coming from Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, and looks to carry the Mad Max brand of violence and humor.
After withholding details from its early PlayStation 4 teaser, Sony released full details at E3 2013 – including a bombshell price that undercuts Microsoft's Xbox One by $100.
Still chomping at the bit for more of Telltale Games riveting The Walking Dead adventure series? Season 2 is on the way but you can play a sidestory on PS Vita this summer. Sony announced The Walking Dead: 400 Days at E3 2013 for PS Vita, which will release…
Sony is planning a monster of an E3 2013, with the new PlayStation 4 being (fully) shown off to the public for the first time, plenty of new games to be shown off, and much more.
Is Olympus and Fujifilm calling it quits on budget cams a death knell for the basic point-and-shoot?
As more and more users embrace smartphones for casual photography, Olympus and Fujifilm have signaled they will exit the low-end sector and concentrate on higher-end cameras. Is this the beginning of the end for the basic point-and-shoot camera?