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  • Blog Post: Gaming For Fun And Profit – A Pro’s Guide To Game Streaming

    Playing games can be a form of leisure. It can be a way to socialize with friends. It can be a sport. And now, for many, it’s a job. While livestreaming can earn you fame and fortune, it’s difficult to become a big-name streamer. We’ve made it a little easier for you by turning to some... More
  • Blog Post: A Day With PlayStation TV

    Today sees the release of Sony’s PlayStation TV. The tiny system (about the size of a wallet) allows access to a broad variety of PlayStation content, but as of launch, it certainly isn’t the entertainment all-in-one package some might hope it could one day become. Limited access to older... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion: How Sony Should Manage PlayStation Now

    It's been a big day for PlayStation Now news. Not only did Sony just announce that it was sending out PlayStation Now beta invites , but rumors have started circulating that Sony could be prepping PlayStation 1 and PlayStation 2 emulators for the PS4. While Sony is still working out details like... More
  • Blog Post: Hands On Impressions With Sony's PlayStation Now Service

    Earlier today at CES, Sony announced its PlayStation Now service , which allows customers to stream games from the original PlayStation, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation 3 libraries onto a number of devices, including Bravia televisions, tablets, consoles, and the PlayStation Vita. I had an extended play... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion: Next-Gen's Media Problem

    Microsoft and Sony both have big plans to integrate a wide range of on-demand, live, and streaming entertainment into their new consoles. The problem is that these types of services won't be a big selling point for consumers in the next console generation. Since Microsoft's May 21 Xbox One reveal... More
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