We take a quick look at the Sony consoles that led up to the PlayStation 4.
Sony could be working on a gaming tablet, according to a recent patent filing, called the 'EyePad'. Now where have we heard that before?
Canesta, which a year ago took in a $16 million round of funding, makes technology that enables people to control devices using motions instead of hardware interfaces.
Sony has announced the PlayStation Eye, the PS3 version of the PS2 Webcam accessory, the EyeToy.
Some gamers are finding it a little odd that Microsoft would choose Kinect for the brand name of its new motion-sensing technology platform since Sony had a similarly named PS2 EyeToy product called Kinetic.
Kinect games demoed ran the gamut from driving a car to driving a boat to driving a mine cart--all with graphics that would make a Nintendo Wii blush. But cool hardware aside, who's going to want to play these games?
The Kinect will have 15 games when it launches this November. Will they be worth your investment in a Kinect?
Natal is getting its very own event at E3, so it must be important right? In many ways, Natal is Microsoft's answer to the 10-year console refresh, and getting deeper into your wallet.
As Microsoft demoed Project Natal for us in New York recently, and we've just had a chance to play with the PlayStation Move, we can now bring you our initial hands-on impressions of both systems.
The world's largest laptop manufacturer invests in Canesta's 3D camera on a chip.