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Augmented-reality games: EyePet hands on, 5 others

Video game characters will cross over into our world soon enough if these games have anything to say about it.

By Aug. 3, 2009

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Ep. 43: CrunchPad vs. Apple tablet, plus Sony's new EyePet

Episode 43 of the Digital City, where talk about the ethics of news organizations uploading street fighting videos; the CrunchPad vs. Apple's hypothetical tablet, and our impressions of Sony's holiday PlayStation lineup, including Uncharted 2 and the EyePet virtual critter.

By Nov. 30, 2009

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Digital City No. 43: CrunchPad vs. Apple tablet, plus Sony's new EyePet

Episode 43 of the Digital City, where talk about the ethics of news organizations uploading street fighting videos; the CrunchPad vs. Apple's hypothetical tablet, and our impressions of Sony's holiday PlayStation lineup, including Uncharted 2 and the EyeP

By Jul. 31, 2009

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Sony files patent for EyePad

No, it's not a tablet, it's a potential controller for the PlayStation console.

By Feb. 19, 2013

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Up to 51 3D PS3 games by end of November

Here's another reason to purchase a PlayStation 3 over a standalone 3D Blu-ray player to go with your 3D TV.

By Oct. 28, 2011

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Hands on with Sony's Wonderbook: Not a book at all

The J.K. Rowling's "Book of Spells" aims to bring a magical book to life on the PlayStation 3 via augmented reality, but is it really a "reading experience?"

By Jun. 7, 2012

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PlayStation Move hits September 19 in U.S.; Sony focuses on Move's buttons, 3D

Sony's upcoming Move controller seems both more affordable and more practical than the Kinect. Is it the right move?

By Jun. 15, 2010

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Sony PSP E-1000 is a cheap PSP for Europe, with no Wi-Fi

The PSP E-1000 is a new PSP console that's only coming to Europe, priced at €99. But bafflingly, Sony's removed the online capability.

By Aug. 17, 2011

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PSP: I'm not dead yet

Sony's E3 press conference spent some time reassuring the public that the PSP platform was still very much alive, with new games and an enthusiastic mascot announced in lieu of price drops or new hardware.

By Jun. 15, 2010