Today, we sit down with Shuhei Yoshida to discuss PlayStation Now, watch SwiftKey lose its price tag, go hands-on with Mario Maker and explore how to keep up with the World Cup on Facebook, Twitter and Google! Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.
Today at E3, our own Ben Gilbert sat down with Sony's Shuhei Yoshida to discuss PlayStation Now. Launching as an open beta later this summer, the game-streaming service is just the beginning of Sony's initiative to bring PlayStation games to many devices.
If you like SwiftKey, but couldn't pony up $4 for predictive typing, you're in luck. Thanks to today's update, the popular Android keyboard app is completely free to download. And don't worry iPhone users, SwiftKey for iOS 8 is on its way.
It's time to get your game faces on: The World Cup is tomorrow, and most everyone in the world will be watching. Here's our guide to following every bit of the action on Google, Facebook and Twitter. Let the games begin!
Want to build you own level of Super Mario Bros.? It might be a bit harder than you'd think. Read on as Brad Molen goes hands-on with Nintendo's new game called Mario Maker.
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