Yes…they are about to release a LittleBigPlanet (Portable) on the PSP.
Hey… It gets better (I think)… Keep reading.
Education, technology, edTech, and other gobbledigook…
May 30, 2009
January 10, 2009
I have to give it to Sony for being multimedia pioneers. Believe it or not, they have engineered new wireless technology faster than both bluetooth and wireless USB. This new wireless technology is called TransferJet.
TransferJet will allow the user to simply transfer data from device to device in close-proximity with blazing speed up to 375 Mbps (above image refs a higher throughput!). I am sure that this speed is key in meeting the new demands for high-definition audio-video recording devices.
Sony has shared that this technology is capable by diminishing the distance and power a signal travels permits the connection and data transfer to be faster and more stable. Word on the street that TransferJet-enabled devices will hit the market within 2009.
As a consumer, I am looking forward in seeing new devices offering this new technology (and kinda glad that I did not invest in a new camcorder or digital camera this past year. )
January 1, 2009
Okay… my break is over & I’ve been quiet long enough… Oh yeah, Happy New Year!
We all know that the HD format war over… Blu-ray is currently king.
Since the demise of the HD DVD, many people are skeptical of adopting the Blu-Ray optical disc format. In general, digital video discs (DVD) have been around for years, and let us not forget that when they were first released, this media was not inexpensive as well.
I continue to run into articles giving advice to Sony to drop the price of the PS3. The only way for that to happen is to not have the Blu-ray option. That would be like offering you a Mercedes with a Hyundai engine. Nice option, eh? Let Sony make their money. Noone is complaining on the high prices of Apple laptops. You get what you pay for, right?
Right now, I don’t think that Sony is concerned about this issue of pushing consoles. It’s about establishing & maintaining ground. Where they have proved that with the PS2 console. Case closed.
However, thoughts such a Blue-ray Sinks the PS3 & Why Sony needs to (but can’t) drop the price of the PS3 constantly point to lack of sales due to cost. I have a great equation for those sipping on the haterade.
1Capacity + 2Durability + Clarity = Worth the $$$
Some suggest that Blu-ray may be replaced by online streaming. You have got to be kidding!? How about we take all of your CDs and and allow you to access your music library through the facilitation of streaming technology in high definition. Please, let’s kill that thought.
My advice to those not feeling Sony or Blu-ray, do the research and save your dollars because both are going nowhere. IMHO, the only way to make Sony shake in their boots and drop their prices to make it competitive is when Microsoft adapts Blu-ray for the XBox.
Shalom in 2009.
2 Rewritable Blu-ray Disc discs use their own proprietary hard-coat technology called ScratchGuard.