A gaming site reckons it knows the name of the next PlayStation, as well as details regarding the console itself.
Sony is busy polishing up the PS4, its next-gen PlayStation. But when will it launch, and what can it do? Find out in our complete guide.
Sony's 2013-dated new console, supposedly code-named Orbis, will boast system that locks games to single PSN account, with no backwards-compatibility for PS3 library planned.
Sony doesn't want to repeat mistakes of the past it would seem, as sources suggest the next PlayStation will be reasonably priced.
Microsoft's next console is also tipped to use Blu-ray discs, and have an eight-core processor.
Technology giant submits application for "Electronic Content Processing System" that would tie individual game discs to one user account.
A report says you won't be able to play used games on the upcoming PlayStation 4. Are you willing to buy a console that locks out second-hand games?
Here's how CNET will be covering Sony's PlayStation event, and what we think gamers can expect to look forward to.
Perhaps tipping his hand a bit about Sony's "big secret," VP Hiroshi Sakamoto directs our gaze toward the 2013 edition of the big E3 games conference.
A feature that lets you play games before they've finished downloading will debut on a PS3 game in a couple of weeks, ahead of the PS4.