With the PlayStation 4 poised for a launch on Friday, Sony released its companion mobile app for its upcoming console today.
Sony has released a couple of promotional trailers for its next generation console, PlayStation 4. Sony plans to hit the North American Markets with its next generation Playstation 4 on 15th of November. The release of the trailers by Sony before the launch date has driven the expectations of gadget lovers to a new height!
“Perform or perish.” That’s the phrase well known to most companies operating in the corporate world. Sony has aggressively pursued this policy of shuttering down the low performing business units in the recent past.
Packing productivity and mobility in a single device, Japanese technology giant Sony on Tuesday launched a range of hybrid laptops, called the Vaio Flip.
Samsung, Sony, BlackBerry and Apple''''s iPhone get on the guard and make a little space the LG Optimus G Pro has finally made its presence known. Isn’t it time, for these high-end competitors to share the slice of the “Smartphone market share” with LG now? With LG Optimus G Pro launched at only about Rs. 42,500, we hope Galaxy Note II is making a “note” of this recent launch!
And the winner is Android! During the first quarter of 2013, Android was the winner by an unbeatable margin. It was the most used, most popular and also the most preferred mobile operating system of choice.
Whether its screen size, apps, cameras or even software, smartphone makers try hard at upgrading their products to set it apart from competitors!
iPod Nano, an Apple product which is no longer sold in the market drew the attention and after using it for complete one year it made me fall in love with it all over again!
Much before the advent of PlayStation4 the markets has raised the waves of its success with everyone eagerly awaiting this new console across the globe.
Some good news for PS Vita owners who have to shuffle their content on multiple memory cards! They are getting a new system update that will help them clear the jumbled mess on the home screens!