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Exclusive: Sony PlayStation Move Tech Demo

I mentioned in our story last week that we’d have another exclusive tech demo video of the PlayStation Move. If the multiple window portion of last week’s video impressed you then you’ll likely be blown away by everything else Evan and I saw while we were in California at the PlayStation headquarters. Words won’t do it …

E3 2010: What We’re Looking Forward To

One of our Techland colleagues who shall not be named asked, “Is it bad that I don’t know what E3 is?”

Sigh.

Well, not really. But, it does make Peter and I a bit sad. So, if there’s anyone else out there who needs a quick primer, then you should know that E3 stands for the Electronic Entertainment Expo. For about 15 years, …

PlayStation Move: You Think You Know

By Evan Narcisse and Peter Ha

FOSTER CITY – For every generation of video game hardware, one particular console manages to infiltrate the public consciousness and become the shorthand for an entire industry. In the 80s and early 90s it was Nintendo. In 1994, Sony roared onto the scene with the PlayStation and then again in 2000 …

Sony Develops Flexible Display

Sony is showing off an 80-micrometer thin flexible OLED display. It measures 4.1 inches, does full color, and has a resolution of 423×240 pixels. Sony demonstrated the display by playing video files on it while wrapping it around a 4-millimeter cylinder several times. Who knows, maybe your next phone will be little more than a …

Google Brings The Web To TV With Google TV

The Internet is coming to a TV near you.

Google unveiled a new platform today called Google TV at their developer conference in San Francisco that it says “will change the future of television.” Google’s move into the living room should come as no surprise given the amount of time we all spend consuming video through our …

Two Minute Video: Do You Want the World’s Lightest Netbook?

Though not technically a netbook — Sony prefers that it be referred to as a “Lifestyle PC” — the almost impossibly small Sony VAIO P features an Intel Atom processor, unbelievably high resolution screen, and a few unique features you won’t find in other netbooks.

Here’s a quick first look before it comes out this June. …

Google To Debut Smart TV Tomorrow?

The LA Times is reporting that Google will unveil their Internet TV tomorrow at the I/O conference in San Francisco. It’s unclear what the service will entail but Sony, Intel and Logitech are expected to join Google on stage to announce Smart TV.

Like any Google product, Smart TV is probably half cooked and Google will release dev …

Sony Adds Trackpad, New Colors to VAIO P Ultraportables

Sony’s VAIO P series is kind of in a category of its own. At 1.4 pounds with a 1600×768 resolution 8-inch screen, the computer packs netbook features into a tiny body while commanding a very non-netbook price tag of $800.

What you get for your money, though, is one of the most portable computers available. Sony’s newest revision to …

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