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How Sony can still screw up the PlayStation 4

Sony left E3 as a big fan favorite, but decisions made by the company in the coming months could deflate that balloon.

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See the biggest games of E3, right here

There are hundreds of games on display at the industry’s biggest yearly event, but none are hotter than these.

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Xbox One pricing paves way for Sony PS4 success

A series of blunders by Microsoft has paved the way for Sony's PlayStation 4 console to capture the top spot in year-end holiday sales.

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Sony opens up SmartWatch to developers

Sony's Open SmartWatch Project will make it possible for developers to create and install alternative software on the Sony SmartWatch.

TechHive at E3: Day One is over, but the show is just starting

Our summary of the first day of E3 2013 finds us exhausted, ears ringing, and frustrated at Nintendo. But we saw a lot of games!

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Keep your eye on these three great PlayStation 4 indie games

Some of the most exciting games of E3 are hiding in the independent section of Sony's giant booth.

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How Sony won E3's kickoff

Sony didn’t just raise the bar: they threw it right back at Microsoft.

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PlayStation 4 vs. Xbox One: What you'll really spend

The prices for the next generation of gaming have been revealed. But what will it really cost to get the most out of your new console?

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Live blog: Sony at E3 2013

What will Sony announce at this year's E3 gaming expo? Find out in our Monday night live blog.

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Sony unveils slider Vaio Duo packing Intel's Haswell

Just a day after Intel launched its new Haswell mobile processor, Sony unveiled two new laptops based on the chip. The Vaio Duo is a slider, that can be used as a tablet PC or, with the screen angled back, a laptop while the Vaio Pro is a thin and light Ultrabook.

Sony announces the Haswell-powered VAIO Pro and VAIO Duo Series Ultrabooks

Latest updates to the VAIO series are supremely light and feature Sony's X-Reality picture engine, carried over from the company's television product line.