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How We Created Kaz Hirai’s CES ’14 Keynote in Real-Time

Rex Crowle's Avatar + Posted by Rex Crowle on Jan 10, 2014

It was such a buzz doing it all live, the three of us (Karen, Tim and myself) trying to match what we were doing with Kaz’s speech, whether that was painting, drawing, collaging or sliding real Sony products onto the paper scene. I think it really represents how personal technology can and should be.

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CES ’14: The Creative Vision of Media Molecule

Kenny Young's Avatar + Posted by Kenny Young on Jan 09, 2014

We were honored that Media Molecule was highlighted in the keynote as a kind of apotheosis of this concept (Yay, us!), embracing the desire to deliver something special and truly unique and “wow” in each of our games. We were excited to work with the team to put together this little video for his prezzo, where we discuss our creative process and vision for our games.

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Watch Live: Kaz Hirai’s CES 2014 Keynote

Mike Fasulo's Avatar + Posted by Mike Fasulo on Jan 06, 2014

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I’d like to introduce myself: My name is Mike Fasulo and I am the new President at Sony Electronics US. The Sony team is kicking off the new year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), when the technology world takes over Sin City to showcase 2014’s greatest tech.

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Watch the Sony CES 2013 Press Conference Here

Sid Shuman's Avatar + Posted by Sid Shuman on Jan 07, 2013

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Post-holiday slump got you down? Perk up — Sony Electronics will be showing off the latest gadgets and tech tonight from the International Consumer Electronics Show starting at 5:00pm Pacific Time/8:00pm Eastern Time. Better yet, you can peer into this wonderful world in real time with the convenient livestream embedded above. Once the presentation wraps up, you can mosey on over to Sony’s official CES site to get full details on new product announcements, videos, links, pictures and more. Ain’t technology grand?

Though CES is adored for many reasons, it isn’t typically known for making waves with videogaming content. That said, if you keep your peepers peeled you’re sure to spot an array of slick new gadgets and consumer electronics. You can also follow along with the fun on @Sony Electronics on Twitter.

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CES Wrap-Up: Your questions answered

Jeff Rubenstein's Avatar + Posted by Jeff Rubenstein on Jan 11, 2008

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You asked the questions. Now – to the best of my ability – the answers to your CES queries: Q: crazypenguin (and Momento Mori, Kamahl, darkiewonder, Chaos911, and a *lot* more) asked about LittleBigPlanet. This was probably the number 1 request for info at CES. Fortunately, that’s what we focused on the most at Sony […]

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CES Day 3: Hands-on with Skype PSP

Jeff Rubenstein's Avatar + Posted by Jeff Rubenstein on Jan 09, 2008

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At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, there’s a big push at Sony on new interactivity and features. The big announcement from the PlayStation front is the coming addition of Skype on the PSP. In this video, SCEA’s Cristian Cardona walks us through a few of the details, and Alyson Kavanaugh shows how easy it is […]

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CES Day 2: The PlayStation Presentation

Jeff Rubenstein's Avatar + Posted by Jeff Rubenstein on Jan 08, 2008

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Our stated goal of blogging from CES was to try and replicate some of the feel of the show for those of you who couldn’t make it to Vegas. This video should help. Mere minutes ago, this LittleBigPlanet video debuted at the PlayStation presentation, so only a couple hundred people in the world have ever […]

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CES Day 1: LittleBigConvention

Jeff Rubenstein's Avatar + Posted by Jeff Rubenstein on Jan 07, 2008

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Greetings from Las Vegas! Today is the first full day of the Consumer Electronics Show – and if you’ve never attended (this is my first), let me just tell you – this thing is huge. CES reminds me of a Tech-themed Louvre; you can walk for an hour non-stop and never see the same thing […]

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