Entries in 'Hardware' (308)
It may be the case that new hardware is in the works at both Sony and Microsoft, but EA CEO John Riccitiello thinks that the console cycle as we know ...
Retail sales of games, accessories and consoles in the US fell ten per cent year-on-year in June, NPD data shows.
Ahead of the publication of the June US video games market numbers, Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter has predicted big drops for every major format.
Martin Good, executive VP of THQ’s kids, family and casual games label, isn’t shaken by Nintendo’s newly announced Wii U.
Nintendo’s new Wii U tablet-like controller and HD console will be sold as a single unit.
When Nintendo lifts the lid on the still mysterious Project Cafe at its E3 press conference in two hours it will mark the end of the longest wait for new ...
With Microsoft making lots of noise about Xbox 360 Kinect in its press briefing, Sony has also highlighted its own motion gaming success.
Sony has apparently made several cuts to the tech inside its upcoming Next Generation Portable in order to take on 3DS.
The Next Generation Portable will be launched in 2011.
Those interested in trying out the latest in high-end glasses-free 3D TV tech will get the chance this weekend thanks to a special screening of the Champions League final between ...
Echoing analysts predictions yesterday that Sony and Microsoft are preparing hardware price cuts, Activision boss Bobby Kotick has claimed that such a move is pending.
With tongues wagging about what Nintendo may have in store for its next machine, president Saturo Iwata has suggested that the Wii successor's controller is unlikely to follow in iPad's ...
It's been a difficult life for Sony's UMD-free, digital only PSPgo. But reports are now suggesting that time has finally been called on the model.
SCE has today announced that as of March 29th 2011 total worldwide sales of its PS3 console have reached the 50m unit mark.
The 3DS has achieved the best launch sales for a handheld console in Australia, with 31,000 units sold within its first week on sale.
One of the most iconic games computers ever manufactured has made a return to the global market.
Having topped the Japanese hardware charts since its launch in late February, Sony's PSP this week managed to recapture its former place at the top of the listings.
The oft-rumoured but as yet unconfirmed Sony tablet device known as the S1 is now said to be a PlayStation Certified Android 3.0 device ready for shipping in the US ...
2010 was once described as "the year of the PlayStation" and Sony looks like it has come up trumps – in Japan at least.
Almost every games platform on the market saw declining hardware sales this week.
Two of the UK's leading retailers have confirmed that Nintendo's 3DS is their facets selling video games console ever.
More than half of US Wii owners keep their console in the living room.
A somewhat ambiguous posting on a web portfolio of a designer currently working for Microsoft has got tongues wagging about a potential 2015 launch date for the next Xbox console.