Following an analysis of their recently released financial results, Sony are making more losses on every PS3 sold than they are willing to admit.
A leaked feature list for the upcoming Spring dashboard update has evidence that the Xbox 360 will soon have a motion-sensing magic wand.
Microsoft has announced that the Xbox 360 is the first "current-gen" console to sell 10 million units in the US.
Sony has released firmware 2.35 for its PS3. The latest release, much to the disappointment of users, doesn't fix GTA IV lockups.
Microsoft has assured buyers that the Xbox 360 console should have a seven year lifespan. This news follows rumours of a new Xbox 720, and a slimmed down Xbox 540.
Sony Computer boss David Reeves has hinted to Eurogamer that the company may soon offer official external hard drives for the PS3.
Microsoft will reportedly shrink the Xbox 360's GPU to 65nm come August. Codenamed "Jasper", the chip will join the 65nm "Falcon" CPU's released back in September.
Microsoft may have already confirmed the Windows XP extension rumour, though they've denied speculation that a Blu-ray drive is being developed for the Xbox 360. The rumour originated from DigiTimes, where Lite-On was said to be developing the drives for Microsoft. The Redmond giant's response reads ?No. Lite-On is not manufacturing Blu-ray drives for Xbox 360". Considering that Microsoft once said they were "considering" Blu-ray, and that they've on no account actually said it will never hit the 360, we're not convinced.
The moment Toshiba ditched HD DVD, the rumour mill was churning with reports that Microsoft was converting its Xbox 360 to Blu-ray. Microsoft denied every claim, though today, DigiTimes believes that the Xbox 360 may once again go Blu. Citing industry sources, the site says that Lite-On is developing built-in Blu-ray drives for the console. The site add that the drives are for the "next-generation" Xbox 360's, and Lite-On's Blu-Ray shipments to Microsoft will commence in the second half of this year.
Sony has demonstrated a technology at CES that allows the PlayStation 3 to transfer Blu-ray movies onto the PlayStation Portable's memory card - potentially spelling the death of releasing movies in the UMD format. To acheive this in a timely manner, a PSP-specific version of the movie would be stored on the Blu-ray media, as opposed to having the PlayStation 3 re-encode the movies for the PSP?s resolution. The current Blu-ray movies on the market don't have this feature, however.
With the recent abandoning of HD DVD by Warner Bros and New Line Cinema, Universal and Paramount remain the only companies left still using the HD DVD format. When asked if Microsoft would support a Blu-ray DVD accessory in the event that HD-DVD failed, Albert Penello, group marketing manager for Xbox, replied "It should be consumer choice; and if that's the way they vote, that's something we'll have to consider"...
While the vast majority of PS3's are decomposing on shelves, Sony's older PS2 isn't really helping. As DailyTech report, a white PS2 bundled with 'SingStar Pop' and two USB microphones will arrive in November.
NPD group have released the latest game consoles sales figures. As you'd come to expect, the Wii is leading the sales, followed by the PS2. Microsoft's Xbox 360 has lost some ground but remains slightly in front of the PS3's rising sales, in 3rd place.