One word: “wearable”
Sony flies, Nintendo nearly dies
More options than you’d think
Video game industry battle heats up
In part one of my week-long series on independent games in Canada, I talked to Justin Kwok, founder of Toronto-based Blot Interactive. Working on his first indie game, Chat Fu,…
Buzz but no turnaround.
Make your own toys—no skill required!
Sony kept the faith even post-iPod.
It’s simple: an ecosystem.
The year’s standouts.
Sony’s ultra-HD television is amazing, but also not very practical—and $25,000.
Canadian consumers have spoken: none of our domestic companies are among the 10 we most respect and trust.
Only six Canadian names made the list of brands we most respect and trust.
Once the preserve of PC games, the ongoing shift from physical to digital distribution is enticing the biggest fish in the pond—the console industry.
Last week saw the emergence of a rumour that Sony’s next-generation PlayStation will not play used games.