How To Get The Sharpest Images Possible Out Of Your Old Consoles

If you've tried playing a retro console on a modern HDTV, you may not have liked what you saw — smeary, stretched images that are a far cry from the sharp chunky blocks of yesteryear. Luckily, there's a better way for purists to get a crystal clear image that doesn't involve buying an old CRT TV. » 8/26/14 4:58pm 8/26/14 4:58pm

Back Up Your PlayStation 3 Save Games Online

PlayStation Plus subscribers will get 150MB of online storage space to back up their PS3 saves, meaning if you upgrade to another console (or go to a friend's house), you can still have access to your Killzone 3 progress. What's even better is that it supports "copy-prohibited" save data, the ones where you can't just… » 3/09/11 12:36pm 3/09/11 12:36pm

Sony's PlayStation Division Wants Some Android-Savvy Engineers

Well this could be interesting! Looks as though Sony's apparently in search of a developer with Android experience for its PlayStation division. Which could mean that the rumored Android 3.0 PlayStation phone closer to reality than we thought. Or maybe—if they're just staffing up now—further away. Either way, it's a… » 9/23/10 5:14pm 9/23/10 5:14pm

PS3 News Service, Life With Playstation, Now Up For Download

Speaking of Sony, PS3 users can now try out its new Life With Playstation » 9/18/08 3:08am 9/18/08 3:08am service, which gives you instant access to real-time news and information in a format that's much more graphically intense than anything you'll get on . The program is works in conjunction with Folding@home, so you'll be helping Stanford…

Breaking: PS3 Triples Folding At Home's Computing Power to Over 500…

This is freaking amazing. I was checking out some message boards last night at the Folding Forums at Stanford, a group that tracks the Folding at Home application. You know, that's the software that runs on Sony PS3 or PS2 gaming consoles, all linking up over the Internet and using their spare cycles to help the… » 3/23/07 3:11pm 3/23/07 3:11pm

PS3 European Launch: A Continent Yawns and Continues Picking Its Nose

You've already heard about the free tellies and taxis over in London, well this is how the PS3 was welcomed in France - with a gallic shrug. Just 60 per cent of its 100,000 available units have been reserved, a smattering of press attended the official launch - and a pleasure boat coated with Xbox logos parked itself… » 3/23/07 6:20am 3/23/07 6:20am