We look at a couple of Sony's hot topics of 2008 that have yet to make an impact in 2009.
Sony's new device lets you watch and record digital TV on your PlayStation 3.
Sony has sold some 238,000 PS3s in Australia since its launch, and plans to keep that number ticking over with new games, community features and a TV recorder.
The Icube Play@TV NMP-4000 does a remarkably smooth job of streaming video files, but it suffers occasional reception outages.
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A Sony exec says the company is working on PlayTV 2, a new version of its DVR add-on product that hasn't yet made it to the U.S.
Channel 4 and ITV's on-demand services have launched on the PS3, ensuring you'll never have to miss a riveting episode of Hollyoaks or Coronation Street again.
Gamers will be able to download movies to rent or buy directly from their PlayStation 3 within the next few months, Sony Computer Entertainment announced today.
What price do we pay for being Aussie? If you are a gadget fiend then you're well aware of the fact that we pay more than our US counterparts. We discuss this and the motion gaming phenomenon on this week's Pulse podcast.
Less of a "channel" and more of a "bookmark", ABC's iView service went live after months of anticipation on the Sony PlayStation 3 on the weekend. Is this a new area of video-on-demand free of the shackles of Freeview?
3D Blu-ray hits the PS3 today as Sony pushes out the firmware update that will bring an extra dimension to movies.