As Google Fiber closes to roll out with its amazing internet speed, Japan had already rolled out their own ultra fast internet doubling that of the Google Fiber.
We believe internet users in the United States are dreaming of ultra fast internet of Google Fiber or maybe all users all over the world. In Tokyo, Japan, an internet provider backed by Sony is now offering a 2Gbps service for only $50 a month – Google Fiber is not even close with that speed with only 1Gbps max and a steeper price tag.
Nuro, the . . . → Read More: So-Net Entertainment Offers 2Gbps Internet Speed for $50 a Month
Vita sales have continued to improve following a region-specific hardware price drop.
PS Vita sales were not high since its released but when it dropped the price in a certain region, it increased dramatically.
In a year full of sales struggle and slash downs, Playstation Vita is finally making it up – in Japan where it slashed down the price. Last month, the game console maker announced a price drop exclusively in Japan. The results were quick and good. The sales in Japan increased 4 times that its sales before. The sales is still . . . → Read More: Playstation Vita Drops Price and Outsells Nintendo 3DS
Sony, the manufacturer of the famous PlayStation, will be having its first PlayStation meeting on Wednesday since 2011.
A lot of people are expecting that Sony will launch ita new console PlayStation 4. On the other hand, the company is also expected to announce something about its PS3. Rumors indicated that Sony will be dropping off the price of the PS3 console.
According to a popular games industry analyst from Wedbush Securities, Michael Pachter, after the PlayStation meeting, people should be expecting Sony to lessen the price for its PS3. Currently, the machine with 500GB is now at $299. However, . . . → Read More: Sony to drop PS3 price as it gives way to PS4
Today, a Japanese source has reported that the upcoming PlayStation 4 of Sony will probably be introduced before December in U.S.A and Japan.
A Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun ran a story about Sony’s PS4. According to the report, there is a guaranteed pre-Christmas launching of the upcoming PS4. Sony is supposed to give confirmation about this rumor at a February 20 press conference. Additionally, an anonymous developer noted that the introduction will be only at Japan and U.S.A. Other countries would be expecting to see the new console in 2014.
Furthermore, the newspaper’s sources provided the very first hint with . . . → Read More: Sony’s PS4 pricing rumors
YouTube is making discussions on a $50 million equity investment in Vevo LLC, a music video service.
According to a source familiar with the setting, YouTube’s mother company, Google would be owning less than ten percent of Vevo. This gives Vevo an assessment of a minimum of $500 million. The discussion is still ongoing.
Moreover, the investment would be a probable part of a wider agreement in keeping the music videos of Vevo on YouTube.
Vevo, which was started in 2009, was formed by Sony Music Entertainment of Sony and Universal Music of Vivendi SA. Just last year, Google extended . . . → Read More: Google to invest in Vevo
The worldwide web has been flooded by news flash and rumors regarding the next generation hardware, with credible reports coming in from various sources. Concluding from these reports, it is prudent to assume that both Sony and Microsoft will certainly release new consoles within this year.
Since the year 2010, a successor to the Xbox 360 has been in the works already, because of a genuine-looking specs sheet that was accidentally revealed last summer.
According to other reports, the console is already in the works under the codename Durango. Other sources say that it’s Thebes. Meanwhile, PlayStation 4 is also . . . → Read More: PS4 and new Xbox to be released in March
I hope anyone haven’t grabbed Sony’s elegant Tablet S Android slate ahead of the holidays, simply because it is currentlya very nice $100 less expensive.
Beginning today, the Tablet S today starts at $399 for the 16gb model and $499 for the 32gb model, undercutting iPad 2 products with a full Benjamin. Sony is additionally hurling in 5 free PlayStation Classic titles, 180 days of the Music Unlimited service, along with ‘tokens’ and downloads free of charge from the Video Unlimited store.
The price cut, may very well be too little far too late for Sony’s tablet products . . . → Read More: Sony’s Tablet S is $100 Cheaper