PlayStation Move was officially named and announced by Sony at the Sony GDC back in March. Today, at E3 2010, Sony unveiled the release date and pricing of their motion controller in the Sony keynote.
Along with the launch of PlayStation Move, Sony will release around 15-20 game titles to play with this device. More details on the release date and pricing after the break.
PlayStation Move Release Date
PlayStation Move is set to hit stores on three dates for three countries.
September 15, in North America
September 19, in Europe
October 21, in Japan
PlayStation Move Price
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Some of the biggest PlayStation 3 games will be available to play in 3D this year. The first 3D games hit as early as tomorrow.
At an event in Los Angeles, Sony PlayStation boss Jack Tretton is just rattling off games coming in 3D this year for the PS3. These games will be rendered in stereoscopic 3D and require a 3D TV and glasses in order to experience their popping effects.
Available as early as tomorrow in 3D for your PS3 will be Super Stardust HD and WipEout HD, Pain, and the demo version of MotorStorm Pacific Rift. (Kotaku previously reported that Super Stardust and WipEout’s [...]
Google’s already making great strides with its Android operating system, accounting for 28% of all smartphone sales in North America, compared to the iPhone’s 21%. Now it’s taken another leap forward with Android 2.2. Known as Froyo, the new version is at least two times faster than version 2.1, and in some instances a whole lot faster than that. Along for the ride is Adobe Flash 10.1, offering hardware acceleration of video and smooth navigation of Flash-enabled websites. Thwack, Apple!
New niceties abound, including the ability to tether your laptop to your cellphone. That [...]
Aiming high to return in the Indian market, this time not with the mobile phone but with intelligent SIM (iSIM) application. So whats iSIM now?
iSIM is a thin, 0.4mm flexible wafer that contains two chips attached to original SIM of your cellphone and users can be able to use up to four phone numbers in a single cell phone, without even having to buy a multi SIM phone i.e., add this application to your mobile handset. So time to forget of dual SIM phones once this is launched in India. Its already been launched recently in Europe and Motorola is in talk with all the India Telecom service [...]
A couple of the drawbacks of owning an electric vehicle (EV) will be remembering to recharge it daily and knowing what time of day or night is best to take ad vantage of the most cost-effective electricity tariff. According to some figures, a household’s energy consumption could double while an EV is charging. To help overcome these conundrums, Ford and Microsoft have joined forces to implement the Microsoft Hohm energy management application for Ford’s EVs.
Hohm is an Internet-based service, free to US use rs, that provides insight into owners’ energy usage patterns and suggests [...]
Sony PS3 and PC users waiting with bated breath for GTA IV’s expansion packs to hit the UK will have to wait that little bit longer after it was announced that they will no longer be out in March.
Changes to the game’s music has meant that the DLC has been put back a fortnight, with Rockstar apologetic about the delay.
“Due to a last minute game submission request from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe to edit some of the in-game Liberty City radio station, television, and internet content – we are forced to delay the worldwide release of Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From [...]
What was known as the HTC Bravo has now been officially revealed by the company as the Desire, HTC’s take on Google’s Nexus One. The Desire looks just like the Nexus One with its 3.7-inch AMOLED display and all its Android-y goodness, though it ditches the trackball for a trackpad.
Fans of HTC’s slick Sense UI will be excited to know that it’s making an appearance here, better than ever before now that it’s backed up by the Desire’s 1GHz Snapdragon processor, an updated version of Sense with Friend Stream and Flash 10.1 support — which will make that [...]
Two years after launching its 11-inch XEL-1 OLED TV, Sony has ceased selling the product in its native Japan.
While OLED has been heralded as the future of flat screen TVs due the technology’s slim profile and impressive image quality, it seems that Sony will focus on LED-backlit displays with 3D capability.
Japanese TV market research company DisplaySearch estimates that Sony produced about 2,000 OLED TVs last year, with each XEL-1 unit selling for 200,000 yen (about £1,400).
“As flat panel TVs are getting bigger and cheaper, hurdles for OLED models have become higher, at least in [...]
Right off the heels of filing for a $100 million IPO, electric car company Tesla Motors this morning announced that it has hired former Toyota production engineering GM Gilbert Passin to lead the company’s vehicle manufacturing operations as Vice President of Manufacturing.
Passin has 23 years of international automotive experience under his belt, most recently serving as general manager of production engineering for Toyota in North America.
Previously, Passin was vice president of manufacturing at Toyota’s plant in Cambridge, Ontario, which produces over 200,000 automobiles per year.
Scientists from the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory have advised that increased solar storm activity could cause communications blackouts during the London 2012 Olympics.
The scientists have detected recent increased sunspot activity. This means a new 11-year cycle might have begun. If so, the solar activity might peak right around the time of the Olympics in London in two years.
Professor Richard Harrison, Head of Space Physics at the laboratory, said: “The sun’s activity has a strong influence on the Earth. Space weather can affect the whole population. The recipe is right, it’s [...]