Tuesday, July 29, 2014
 
 
 
 
 
Japan's Sony Corp is hammering out plans to rise from the ashes of nearly $10 billion lost in six years by building a future around its last consumer electronics blockbuster - the PlayStation. Sony plans to reposition the video console warhorse as a hub for a network of streamed services, according to three senior officials, offering social media, movies and music as well as games.

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Japan's Sony Corp is hammering out plans to rise from the ashes of nearly $10 billion lost in six years by building a future around its last consumer electronics blockbuster - the PlayStation. Sony plans to reposition the video console warhorse as a hub for a network of streamed services, according to three senior officials, offering social media, movies and music as well as games.

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A new report claims Google has inched closer to acquiring the streaming video game service Twitch. Venturebeat reports Google reached a deal to acquire the live streaming site for $1 billion. The service allows video game players to stream live action from their devices. Initially available on PC, Twitch launched apps for the PS4 and Xbox One video game consoles that let users directly broadcast their gameplay from the device.

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Comic Con is upon us, so we're looking at six sci fi, comic book and video game fans who are also famous actors. Who knew Rosario Dawson, Vin Diesel, Megan Fox, Tom Hanks, Mila Kunis and Robin Williams were such geeks at heart?  [READ MORE]
 
Microsoft may have done a lot to encourage new people to buy the Xbox One by removing the Kinect from the basic bundle and dropping the price by $100 accordingly, but it still can’t catch up to the PlayStation 4. According to new numbers from NPD, Sony’s console is the top-selling U.S. next-gen console for June, which marks the sixth month in a row it has collected that honor.  [READ MORE]
 
Microsoft may have done a lot to encourage new people to buy the Xbox One by removing the Kinect from the basic bundle and dropping the price by $100 accordingly, but it still can’t catch up to the PlayStation 4. According to new numbers from NPD, Sony’s console is the top-selling U.S. next-gen console for June, which marks the sixth month in a row it has collected that honor.  [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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