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The First Four Games Unveiled at Sony's PlayStation 4 Event (A look at Knack, Killzone, Driveclub, inFamous)

The PlayStation 4 will be released during the 2013 holiday season, which could mean Sony could release their newest console anywhere between mid November to December 31. But what's a console without games to play them on? Sony not only revealed some important facts (while leaving out a few) about the PS4, but also gave us a taste of games to come.


Sony announces PlayStation 4 console

Playstation 4

Sony has announced its next-generation gaming console - the PlayStation 4 - at an event in New York. Its new hardware is designed to offer superior graphics as well as new social features including the sharing of recorded gameplay clips. It will succeed the PlayStation 3, which went on sale in 2006 and has sold about 75 million units. The PS4 will eventually compete against Microsoft's still-to-be-unveiled Xbox 360 successor and Nintendo's Wii U.


Sony upgrades entry-level cameras

Sony NEX-3N

After plenty of rumor-milling, Sony Europe has spilled the beans on two new interchangeable-lens cameras, the NEX-3N and the A58. The two cameras now sit as the entry points for Sony’s interchangeable camera lines, promising midrange performance in beginner-friendly, compact bodies.


Sony cuts PS Vita price in Japan

Sony is to drop the price of the handheld PS Vita console ahead of an event expected to see the launch of the next PlayStation console.


Sony unveils bath-friendly phone

Sony unveils the Xperia Z, a flagship handset which is water resistant and feature HDR video.


J.K. Rowling's 'Wonderbook: Book of Spells' puts magic in your hands


Famed Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has a new book out ... of sorts. It's called the "Book of Spells" and it is the first augmented reality book for Sony's new Wonderbook peripheral.


Sony to Buy Videogame Streaming Service

Sony agreed to pay $380 million to buy U.S.-based Gaikai, which specializes in streaming videogames over the Internet, demonstrating an industry shift from playing games on dedicated machines toward using any Internet-ready device.


Sony, Panasonic tying up in advanced TV displays

Long-time Japanese rivals Sony Corp. and Panasonic Corp. are working together to develop next-generation TV panels called OLEDs in a reversal of decades of rivalry as they try to catch up with South Korea's Samsung Electronics.


Sony teases new Xperia phone unveiling within days, wants you to speed it up on Facebook

Sony's Xperia Smartphone

As much as we're used to companies offering big teasers for their future devices, it's still rare that they put the revelation itself under our control. Sony's trying just that: its mobile division's Facebook page is promising a new Xperia phone whose unveiling date is contingent on how many people "fast forward" the unveiling date from its original June 22nd.


Five games getting big buzz at E3

E3: The Last of Us

...with Sony, Nintendo, Microsoft, Electronic Arts and Ubisoft starting things off early with press conferences and showcases galore, we've already seen a lot of gaming goods. Here's a look at some of the games that have already wowed us...


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