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Not only will the PlayStation 4 go for $100 cheaper than Xbox One, it'll have zero restrictions on used games.
The Microsoft Xbox 360 and the Sony PlayStation 3 battle to the death in the exciting conclusion of this two-part Prizefight!
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A recent update to Google's YouTube app for iOS allows you to send videos from the app to compatible devices such as an Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, or any number of smart TVs. In this example, Donald Bell shows you how to set up this connection between an iPhone 5 and an Xbox 360.
Netflix is planning to tattle on ISPs that throttle its streaming service and Sony announces PlayStation games for Android devices and a brand new PlayStation Portable.
The PlayStation Network opens video downloads for the PSP in Japan, WiMax is up in Las Vegas, and iPhone users might want to be careful what they say over AIM.
The highly reviewed iPhone 5 makes a guest appearance, the going price for Apple's gem on eBay is $1,000, and the PlayStation 3 gets thinner in a redesign.
Jeff Bakalar goes hands on with a demo of PlayStation Now, Sony's game streaming service debuting in the summer of 2014.