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Sony Music Unlimited Available For Android Tablets

Sony has launched their subscription based music service for Android and their own Sony Tablet S Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablet and the new service charges you a monthly fee to access some 10 million music tracks using your Android device or any other Sony Music Unlimited approved devices. A tablet version of PlayStation Store has also been released,…
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Sony’s PlayStation Vita Hits Amazon For Pre-order Now

Good news!! It's been a long time coming, and the most exciting news is Sony's PlayStation Vita finally goes up for pre-order at Amazon.com. Sony's PlayStation Vita, previously codenamed "Next Generation Portable" (NGP), is the long-rumored successor to the PlayStation Portable hardware series. The product pages for both the WiFi-only and 3G…
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Sony PlayStation-Brand 3D Monitor

Sony introduces PlayStation-brand 3D monitor and 3D glasses, bundle available for $499 and it features a pair of glasses, an HDMI cable and a copy of Resistance, while additional pairs of glasses, which are compatible with TVs from other manufacturers and can be used to give two split-screen gamers their own full screen view. PlayStation 3D monitor…
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Sony NGP To Be Named Playstation Vita

First we heard that the Sony Next Generation Portable (Sony NGP for short) might actually see some of its innards getting slashed in terms of specifications so that it can compete with Nintendo’s 3DS handheld console in terms of price and now there is another rumor to accompany the yet unreleased device. Sony NGP might actually be called the…
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Sony promises Full Restoration Of PlayStation Network

Sony promises global PSN restoration by week's end, except in some parts of Asia and the only exceptions are Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan, where users will have to await further details before regaining full access. Very sorry Japan and other Eastern countries not getting the PSN restored and sony also mentioned it will resume Qriocity services…
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PSP Games Coming To PS3

Sony to remaster select PSP titles for PlayStation 3, allow cross-device continuous gameplay and will be comprised of some of the more-popular PSP games, which will then be ported to the PlayStation 3 for big-screen, high-definition gameplay. Sony's decision to tie the PSP to its PlayStation 3 comes at a transitional time in the company's portable…
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Sony Music Unlimited Service On PSP

PSP will get a taste of Sony's Music Unlimited streaming music service starting on April 14th and Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity by Sony, requires a PlayStation Network ID to access all that digital audio.Sony promises a synchronized music experience across your PSP, PS3, PC and other network-enabled Sony devices like Bravia TVs and Blu-ray…
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Sony PSP For $129.99

Sony PSP dips down to $130 and it wants to be your cheap thrill until the NGP gets here.Sony PSP-3000 features a robust entertainment offering, expansive software library and accessibility to PlayStation Network, the PSP system continues to deliver great Value to consumersSony announced that the new pricing will be applicable from February 27, 2011…
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PlayStation Suite

Sony Computer Entertainment introduced PlayStation Suite, which is n initiative bringing PlayStation gaming experiences to devices running Google's Android mobile operating system.Sony also starting with an emulator for existing PSOne titles and is promising an Android game store later this year.......
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Sony NGP

Sony NGP (Next Generation Portable) is the codename of company's next PSP.Sony NGP features a new 5-inch OLED, multi-touch screen and dual analog sticks to help improve usability.NGP will revolve around five key concepts: Revolutionary User Interface, Social Connectivity, Location-based Entertainment, Converging Real and Virtual (augmented)…
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