The device might sport 3G mobile data and 32GB of built-in storage.
Jun 15 2014, 3:03pm CDT
Sony is planning on indie and third-party games — as well as Remote Play — to support the PlayStation Vita, with less of a focus on first-party games, according to Shuhei Yoshida.
Speaking with Polygon, Yoshida talked about the new strategy for PlayStation Vita and didn't think it was that surprising. When asked if this means fewer first-party games for the handheld then, the president of Sony Worldwide Studios agreed: "I would say, yes, that's correct. ...
Full article at: ign
Jun 18 2014, 2:38pm CDT
The best-selling video game system of 2013 wasn’t a home console from either this generation or last-generation....
Feb 26 2014, 4:06pm CST
Every Steam Machine shown so far has amounted to a small desktop PC. But what if you want to take that gaming experience on the road? Well, you might get your wish -- meet Steamboy, a handheld take on Valve's platform. On the outside, it's ...
Full article at: Engadget
Jun 14 2014, 10:54pm CDT
Is the US next?
Apr 16 2012, 3:18pm CDT
One of the surprise announcements at E3 is the news that Sony will be bringing its diminutive PlayStation TV to the US, Europe and other markets. The device already is on the market in Japan, where it is sold as the PS Vita TV, launching in the middle of November late last year to help appease Japanese customers disappointed at missing out on the international launch of the PS4. In Japan, the PS Vita has pro ...
Full article at: MacNN
Jun 11 2014, 7:10am CDT
Adam Contoret has developed an handheld electric jet engine that allows a standup paddleboarder to travel at up to 50 miles per hour (80 kilometers per hour).
Do you work on the other side of the river? Tired of bridges and traffic jams? No worries. A 40-year-old engineer has created a portable electric thruster that will make you glide over rivers and lakes at full throttle.
Contoret spent two years fine-tun ...
Full article at: SurferToday.com
May 26 2014, 9:34am CDT
And climbing steadily
Mar 14 2012, 3:16pm CDT