Might be time to take the PS4 racer for a spin again
No other title for the PlayStation 4 has felt the pain of a botched release as Sony’s DriveClub. Developer Evolution saw the title delayed a couple of times prior to its eventual release, but all of the delays didn’t help.
Last firmware update was in August of 2011
We had to do a few double takes to make sure that we were not missing something here, but believe it or not Sony has released a new firmware update for the PlayStation Portable (PSP). The last time that the PSP was new firmware it was way back in August of 2011. The new update is said to improve stability of the system software.
Lollipop Android 5.0 on a TV
Last week we saw a great smart TV powered by a MediaTek Quad Core SoC running Android 5.0.
Quad-core big.LITTLE running Android 5.0
MediaTek has struck a deal with Google to power the first UHD TV platform for Android TV. The company has some new silicon for smart tellies and plans to demonstrate Android TV at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Santa thinks Sony kids are naughty kids
While the Sony Playstation 4 has been selling very well, it seems that Christmas was not really its season.
PS4 sales marching close to 20 million
Sony has confirmed that it has sold 18.5 million PlayStation 4 consoles worldwide as of January 4th.
Interview even a bigger disaster
Sony executives are probably really regretting the Interview flick which is proving to be an absolute disaster.
If you want one you should buy it now
There is a shortage of PS4 consoles in some European countries and it looks like Sony has run out of inventory.
Don’t you think?
As the fallout form the Sony hack starts to get silly, with the studios lobbying the US to go to war with North Korea – or something like that – the US government has asked China for help.
FBI don’t think it likely at the moment