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Sony Announces Price Cut on PSP

Posted in News,PSP,Sony by Darrin Olson on April 8th, 2007

Price cut announced on PSP from SonySony has officially announced a price drop in the US for its PlayStation Portable by $30 bringing the purchase price down to $170, as well as a 20% drop on the PSP Entertainment pack which now sells for $200. This price drop coincides with the second anniversary of the handheld game console.

Could this be because the game is getting old and just not selling, or maybe in anticipation of the PSP2? Maybe they just need to boost some sales to make up for the $443 million operating loss Sony …

PSP Firmware Upgraded, Cracked on Same Day

Posted in Hacks,PSP,Sony by Darrin Olson on January 31st, 2007

PSP firmware upgraded to 3.10, hacked the same dayYesterday Sony released a version 3.10 firmware upgrade to the Playstation Portable system with some increased security among other new features. By the end of the same day, hackers had already decrypted the 3.10 firmware to allow third party applications to run on the PSP.

The party claiming responsibility for the PSP hack, “C + D”, was boastful about the day 0 hack of the new firmware stating, “$ony has lost another batle and will loose the war…”. Obviously they are better at hacking than they are spelling.

The …

Now Get Your Sony PSP in Champagne Gold

Posted in PSP,Sony by Chetz on January 10th, 2007

Sony PSP Champagne GoldSony has another new Playstation Portable color coming out in conjunction with the new Monster Hunter Portable 2 game in a special limited edition package – champagne gold.

US customers will have to still put up with the black PSP, at least for now, but Japanese customers can add the champagne gold color to the list of white, blue, pink and silver that is already available. The gold colored PSP will come in a pack including a case, cleaner, the Monster Hunter game and some PSP skins in case you want to disguise …


Sony To Offer Video Downloads to PSP

Posted in Digital Video,News,PSP,Services,Sony by Darrin Olson on December 19th, 2006

Sony PSP Movie DownloadsAccording to the Financial Times, Sony has plans to start allowing video downloads to the Sony PSP. This would be direct competition for the video iPod from Apple, and according to Sony this would really “open up” the movie download market. Apple iTunes only provides downloads to the iPod and only Disney movies have been available to download due to fear of piracy from other studios.

Fortunately for consumers the new movie download service would not require a new distribution or upgrade of the PSP. This is also important to Sony after having …

PlayStation Network Debuts PSone Titles for PSP

Posted in Games,PSP,Sony by Paul Patterson on December 7th, 2006

PlayStation StoreNew gaming content is now available for the PSP, according to a recent press release from Sony. Leveraging the diverse content from the PlayStation brand and highly anticipated by gamers, the classics from the PlayStation catalog are sure to be a hit among PlayStation fans.

The initial lineup includes five classic PlayStation titles that represent some of the most popular franchises in the PlayStation catalog. The PlayStation titles are offered for $5.99 and can be downloaded via the PlayStation Network and played on the PSP. The PlayStation Store can be accessed through the PS3 system …

iRecord Directly to your iPod or PSP

Posted in Digital Video by Paul Patterson on October 26th, 2006

iRecordThe iRecord Personal Media Recorder allows you to record movies or TV shows directly to your iPod, PSP or any other USB mass storage device or portable media player without the need of a computer to do the transfer.

iRecord works by recording analog video and audio from any source with S-video or RCA video and audio outputs, including DVD players, TVs, TiVo, VCR or any cable/satellite set-top box.

iRecord uses various compression techniques to give you up to 3 hours of video/audio recording per Gigabyte of storage. The iRecord encodes H.264 video in real-time at …

Sony Releases Media Manager Software for PSP

Posted in PSP,Sony by Paul Patterson on October 22nd, 2006

Playstation PortableSony announced the availability of Media Manager for its PSP gaming system. The new software for PC facilitates the transfer of multimedia content to a PSP system.

This new release builds on the initial version of the software released last November. This is great news for the millions of PSP owners who use their systems for more than just gaming. The updated software enables you to easily and quickly load your videos, music, photos and more onto your Memory Stick Duo.
Updated Media Manager Features

Expanded options for converting video, music, and photos
Subscribe to podcasts, …


Sony PlayStation TV Coming to the U.S. and Canada

Posted in Playstation TV by Darrin Olson on June 10th, 2014

Sony PlayStation TVSony announced at the 2014 E3 conference the release of the Playstation TV to the U.S. and Canada, but did not provide an exact release date, yet. The Playstation TV is a small media streaming device, not unlike the Apple TV allowing users to stream digital media to a connected TV.

The media device from Sony has already been released in Japan and will allow a user to stream their PS4 to another TV, along with allowing play of Vita, PS1 and PSP games. This would give owners of the Playstation TV access to over 1,000 games.

Sony PSN ‘Welcome Back’ promotion extended for one more day

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on July 4th, 2011

Most of us have already collected those PSN freebies when the promotion launched last month, but if you have not, you have another day to download your pair of free PS3 and PSP games, 100 virtual items from PlayStation Home, and 30 days of PlayStation Plus.

After that, you will have to pay up for your copy of Dead Nation or LittleBigPlanet and the other extras vanish as well. It all goes offline at 9AM Pacific Time tomorrow. Better hurry.

Nintendo sells millionth 3DS unit in Japan

Posted in Nintendo 3DS by Conner Flynn on June 13th, 2011

A million in Japanese sales is pretty awesome, but even Satoru Iwata admits that the 3DS isn’t doing quite as well as they had hoped. It took a little while but Nintendo’s 3DS handheld hit the million mark after 13 weeks, which is a long time compared to the original dual-screen handheld, which accomplished this in four.

In comparison, the PSP sold its first million in about seven weeks. The 3DS could still hit the top spot, but remember, the PlayStation Vita is coming. They should be scared.

Sony NGP to be called PlayStation Vita?

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on May 30th, 2011

The latest rumor is that Sony will name their upcoming NGP handheld the “PlayStation Vita.” Yeah, we think it’s weird too. Vita is the Latin term for “Life,” so let’s hope the battery life ends up surprising us. Backing up this rumor, the psvita.com domain features the same technical contact as psp.com.

Well, we should know for sure about this rumor at Sony’s E3 keynote on June 6th. The NGP is expected to sell for $250-$300 for the cheapest model. What do you think of this name?


PSN To Be Fully Online By May 31

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on May 9th, 2011

Sony has now come out and declared that the PlayStation Network will be fully operational by May 31. Talking to financial website Bloomberg, Sony spokesman Shigenori Yoshida said that the company is uncertain as to when individual services will be restored for the PlayStation 3 and PSP.

The plan is for all services to be fully restored by May 31. This is nearly six weeks after the network was taken down, for those keeping score at home. Sony had originally planned to start relaunching individual network services last weekend. One thing is for sure, it will be nice to play our online games again.

Sony Not Expecting PS4 “Anytime Soon”

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2011

This generation’s console cycle is already longer than usual. However even though we are getting a successor to the PSP, it looks like we are going to have to wait for the PS4. Sony has stated that a PS4 isn’t in the works for launch “anytime soon.” They remain confident in the ten year life-cycle. Apparently very confident.

One analyst says that this could leave the door open for others to enter the console market. Maybe even Apple. Apple TV for instance could use an SDK and App Store to deliver games to television sets. The next generation Apple TV might just have the same hardware and software improvements that accompanied the iPad 2. That could be very interesting.

Sony NGP to arrive in Europe on November 11th?

Posted in PSP by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2011

Sony’s Jack Tretton said that the company intended to launch their Next Generation Portable in “at least one territory” by the end of 2011, and now we might have the answer as to which one. Reports indicate that the quad-core, OLED packing handheld may arrive in Europe first on November 11th.

If this is true, it would be a fitting date, 11/11/11. The anonymous sources say that “development deadlines have been set to ensure key Western releases are finished before the end of the summer for deployment in the autumn.” anyway, it gives all of us some time to save up our money.

Sony NGP not a mini PS3 after all

Posted in PSP by Conner Flynn on March 3rd, 2011

There has been a lot of talk about Sony’s upcoming portable being able to pack a PS3 punch and for awhile Sony just let us think that the device was that powerful, but now they have laid their cards on the table. David Coombes, a platform research manager put a quick end to the rumors.

He explained that although the NGP is equipped with a high-performance quad-core CPU theoretically capable of 2GHz, the clock speeds will have to be dialed down to preserve the PSP successor’s battery life and prevent it from running too hot. Otherwise it would last maybe 5 minutes and burn you. No one wants that. Sony wants hot sales, not burnt customers.

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