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June 22, 2015 2:00 PM PlayStation 4 Ultimate Player Edition Features 1TB Hard Drive

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has unveiled the PlayStation 4 Ultimate Player Edition, which will features a 1TB hard drive. The European PlayStation Blog has announced the PlayStation 4 Ultimate Player Edition will be launching next month. This new version of the PlayStation 4 console will feature a 1TB hard drive. Unfortunately, no other features 45

June 22, 2015 2:00 PM PlayStation 4 to get 1-terabyte treatment in July

Sony has confirmed that it will offer a 1-terabyte edition of its PlayStation 4. The new 1TB PS4 Ultimate Player Edition will launch in select European and PAL territories starting July 15, Sony said in a blog post published Monday. PAL is the video standard used across most of the world, with the exception of North and South America, which use a standard 50

June 22, 2015 2:00 PM 1TB PS4 Hits Europe Next Month

Shortly after Microsoft released a 1TB Xbox One with new controller, Sony has announced a 1TB version of its PlayStation 4. Sony's Ultimate Player Edition console is expected on July 15 in Europe, Asia, and Africa. With twice as much storage as the existing PS4, the 1TB version lets users download more games and add-on content, play with higher graphics 35

June 22, 2015 1:58 PM Sony Will Sell a 1 TB PlayStation 4, Matching the Xbox One Upgrade

The videogame industry’s campaign to storm your living room has heated up on an unlikely front: storage. Sony on Monday said it will begin selling a new version of its Sony PlayStation 4 console that has one terabyte of storage. The move came about two weeks after Microsoft said it was introducing a 1 TB model of the Xbox One, while still offering the 500 GB model 19

June 21, 2015 7:09 PM Sony Still has No Intentions to Add Backwards Compatibility to PS4

During Microsoft’s Xbox E3 press conference last Monday, the company announced that the Xbox One would start to have backwards compatibility support for specific Xbox 360 titles. While this has excited the masses within the Xbox community, it has also now officially sanctioned a response from PlayStation’s parent company, Sony. President of Sony, Shuhei 23

June 18, 2015 12:25 AM Microsoft reorg solidifies role of Surface, HoloLens and other devices to sell Windows

Microsoft reorganized with a bang on Wednesday. It ousted big-name executives Stephen Elop and Mark Penn. It gave Windows leader Terry Myerson the Devices group that Elop once led. Driving these and other dramatic changes are a fundamental corporate shift that wasn’t explicitly stated: At the modern Microsoft, hardware is now a very big deal. The reorganization 50

June 17, 2015 4:04 PM 4 execs leaving as Microsoft reshuffles top leadership

Microsoft is undertaking its third corporate reshuffling in as many years, announcing the departure of four senior executives and combining the development teams that build the company’s hardware and software. Stephen Elop, the former Nokia chief executive who led Microsoft’s hardware unit, will leave the company after a transition period. So will Eric Rudder 39

June 17, 2015 3:41 PM Microsoft reveals executive shake-up to ‘drive engineering alignment’ as Stephen Elop leaves Microsoft

Microsoft is shaking things up at senior level as it looks to “drive engineering alignment against the company’s core ambitions,” the company revealed this morning. And Stephen Elop, the former head of Nokia who joined Microsoft as an executive vice president with the acquisition of its devices and services division last year, has “retired” from Microsoft 26

June 17, 2015 1:00 PM E3: Nintendo charts return of Zelda, Star Fox

​ Link is set to return to the Nintendo 3DS before he arrives on the Wii U. Nintendo announced plans Tuesday during the Electronic Entertainment Expo for a multiplayer-focused installment of The Legend of Zelda on the Nintendo 3DS set to debut this fall. However, the Japanese gaming giant didn't provide any more details about a previously teased open-world 28

June 17, 2015 11:50 AM E3: Nintendo says it's still 'willing to take risks'

But its successor from Nintendo, the Wii U, hasn't gone down as well with gamers. "Maybe the Wii U hasn't been quite as successful as Wii but Nintendo keeps going from strength to strength," Nintendo's James Honeywell told Newsbeat. "Nintendo is willing to take those risks, which is why it's such a vibrant and interesting company," he said. Nintendo 24