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See that up there? That's the all-new, not-yet-on-sale PlayStation 3 Slim's stand. It works by laying flat on whatever surface you deem fit, and then it holds your new gaming console upright. We get the impression that it'll do its job fairly well, but the $24 retail price is borderline insulting.

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Sony had itself quite a day yesterday, effectively reinvigorating the PlayStation brand with the $300 PS3 Slim and a host of upgrades and updates to the PSP, the PlayStation Store, and PlayStation Network. Now that the dust has settled, we thought we'd throw down a little recap in case you didn't c

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Yes, we can hardly believe it ourselves, but Sony came a-knockin' at our door today, and we were more than willing to answer. The PlayStation 3 Slim is now official in-house, and it's a matte-laden beaut. Enough chitchat -- live vicariously through our unboxing and hands-on pics below! Update: Som

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We haven't heard much about the PS3 slim since E3, but that doesn't mean it's been entirely quiet out there -- the hot rumor today is that Sony's signed manufacturing agreements with both Foxconn and Pegatron to build the revised model in time for July delivery. That much we believe, since it's be

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At first glance, we thought this all sounded a little too familiar: as you know, some PS3s had software-based PS2 emulation way back in 2007. So it was a little bit of a surprise when Siliconera unearthed patent docs dated last December (and only published by the patent office late last week) for t

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Remember when those slim PS3 shots came out and skeptics bemoaned the missing \"spiderman font\" as proof of mischief? Well, if you believe that the PSP Go is a lock, and really, at this point there's no reason to doubt it, then a side-by-side shot of the PSP Go and slim PS3 box art should be quite r

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Josh Topolsky and Paul Miller walk into a bar, but the bar is a recording studio. The bartender, who is the recording engineer, asks, \"Why the long faces?\" \"Sigh,\" Paul says, and looks down at his feet. \"Nothing but a buncha crummy phone rumors and probably fake slim PS3 pictures this week.\"

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