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Nintendo Switch sales have doubled during the COVID-19 pandemic

If you’ve been looking to pick up a Nintendo Switch game console recently, you might have noticed they’re hard to come by — many stores are having trouble keeping them in stock, and Nintendo is said to be ramping up its manufacturing to keep up with demand. As it turns out, it’s not just the […]

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PS4 Remote Play adds iOS support, streams console games to iPhones

Sony’s PlayStation 4 Remote Play lets console owners stream games to another device, letting you play games using a Mac or PC, an Android phone (as long as it’s made by Sony), or a (recently discontinued) PlayStation Vita. Now you can also use Remote Play with an iPhone or iPad. Sony recently rolled out a […]

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Sony launches slimmer PS4 for $299 and PS4 Pro with 4K/HDR support

Last month Microsoft started selling a slimmer version of the Xbox One for $299. This month it’s Sony’s turn: the company is launching an updated version of the PlayStation 4 that’s thinner, lighter, and more energy efficient. It’ll be available by September 15th for $299. Sony is also rolling out a firmware update for all […]

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PlayStation 4 hacked to run Linux

Hacker group fail0verflow recently showed off a PlayStation 4 running Linux at the Console Hacking 2015 conference, marking the first time someone has managed to install a full-blown, desktop operating system on the game console. Although others have tinkered with the PS4 in the past, including a Brazilian hacker group that used a Raspberry Pi to break […]

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Sony to launch Android, iOS apps for PlayStation 4 second screen experience

Sony unveiled the PlayStation 4 this week… or at least some aspects of the next-gen game console. We still don’t actually know what it will look like, for instance. But one thing we do know is that in addition to adding a faster processor,  a new game controller, and support for cloud-based gaming services, Sony is […]