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  • Review: Sony’s PlayStation 4 console is connected, communal

     
    It was one hour after the West Coast’s midnight launch of Sony’s PlayStation 4, and there were 100 channels live-broadcasting […]...
  • PS4 first impressions: Sony’s new console is sociable about gaming

     
    Sony’s PlayStation 4, which will be released Friday, is the successor to 2006’s PlayStation 3 and the first of two […]...
  • PS4 launch by the numbers

    PS4 launch by the numbers
    The PlayStation 4 debuts today, sparking a new round in the battle over your attention span, thumb endurance and, ultimately, checkbook. But despite all the fanfare over Sony’s latest release, the PS4 will only enjoy a week alone in the spotlight,...
  • PS4 launch review roundup: How are the console and the games?

    PS4 launch review roundup: How are the console and the games?
    The Playstation 4 has landed, the midnight releases are over, games are being played, and now the hype turns to critical review. All of the pre-release marketing, as persuasive as it may have been, ends up meaning nothing if the console doesn't please the...
  • Google, Mozilla are tweaking browsers for Web-based games

     Google, Mozilla are tweaking browsers for Web-based games
    As electronic titans Microsoft Corp. and Sony Corp. spend billions of dollars redesigning the video game console, the next leap forward in digital games may come from the unlikeliest of places. In what could transform the video game industry, Web...
  • Sony, Microsoft heading toward video game console showdown

    Sony, Microsoft heading toward video game console showdown
    "Console Wars, the Sequel" is coming to a retail outlet near you. On Friday, Sony Corp.'s new PlayStation 4 video game system arrives. A week later, Microsoft Corp. launches the competing Xbox One, its successor to the Xbox 360 console. The next-...
  • IPhone, iPad beat game consoles as teens' preferred gift, survey says

    IPhone, iPad beat game consoles as teens' preferred gift, survey says
    Not sure what gift to get your teens these holidays? A new survey says the iPhone is the most popular choice. Nearly 90% of teens said they want an electronic gift this year, and the most popular electronic choice is the iPhone, according to a survey...
  • Official PS4 unboxing: Sony aims to keep players enthralled

    Official PS4 unboxing: Sony aims to keep players enthralled
    Fast approaching 2 million views Tuesday morning on YouTube is Sony's official unboxing of the PlayStation 4. See the video above. The unboxing marks the latest push by Sony to keep attention on the PS4, which is set to launch Friday in the U.S., and...
  • Microsoft plays up Xbox One's entertainment features

    Microsoft plays up Xbox One's entertainment features
    Microsoft Corp., looking to build anticipation for the new Xbox One video game console, emphasized the entertainment features of the device. The struggling Seattle technology giant has been positioning the successor to its Xbox 360 as an all-in-one...
  • 'Grand Theft Auto V' delivers shot in arm to game industry

    'Grand Theft Auto V' delivers shot in arm to game industry
    "Grand Theft Auto V" delivered an adrenaline shot to the heart of the video game industry. The hotly anticipated title fueled a 27% boost in overall industry sales in September, across hardware, software and accessories, as compared to the same time a...
  • Chromecast gives Google a seat in America's living rooms

    Chromecast gives Google a seat in America's living rooms
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Google Inc. has been searching for the right way to cuddle up in your living room. After a string of high-profile flops, the technology giant may have finally hit on the answer: a tiny, inexpensive device that plugs directly into high-...