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Mar 20, 2019
Google Stadia: Late to the cloud gaming party, and still an impractical dreamDo you really have enough data to support a cloud gaming service that needs 10 GB an hour to work?
Feb 12, 2019
Sony's gaming unit appoints Jim Ryan as new chief as company gears for PS5 launchSony has said it is planning a follow-up device but has not provided details such as a name or timing.
Sep 26, 2018
Sony announces cross-platform beta for Fortnite on PS4 starting from todayWith Fortnite, Sony is experimenting with cross-platform play for the very first time.
Sep 19, 2018
Sony PlayStation Classic coming on 4 December for $99, paying homage to the first PSThe PlayStation Classic will be priced at $99.99 along with 20 pre-loaded gaming titles.
Aug 30, 2018
PS4 games available at Rs 999 effectively under Sony’s ‘Back to School’ offerHowever, before anything else, here are the terms and conditions you should know about.
Aug 10, 2018
Fortnite will give keyboard-mouse console gamers the matchmaking they deserveThere will be fewer free frags for kb/m gamers, but hey, at least it’ll level the playing field.
Jun 22, 2018
Nintendo partners with Microsoft to allow cross-play of Minecraft on PC and XboxThe Nintendo Switch version of Minecraft now enables cross-play with PC, Xbox One, and smartphones — but notably not the PlayStation 4
Jun 12, 2018
The Last Of Us Part II, Spider-Man, Resident Evil 2 and more: Highlight's from Sony PlayStation's E3 2018 press conferenceGameplay footage from the upcoming Spider-Man and the Last of Us Part II, alongside a new exclusive called Ghost Of Tsushima, were Sony's main highlights.
Jun 05, 2018
Asus has announced a trio of high-performance FreeSync monitors for designers and gamersAsus has launched a new set of three gaming monitors with FreeSync at the Computex 2018, targeting console gamers and professional editors
Jun 01, 2018
Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida said he would focus on making stable profits from existing music, movies and other intellectual propertiesCEO Kenichiro Yoshida made no secret that Sony’s new emphasis on intellectual property favors music over movies.