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Sony's PlayStation Move controller has helped bring motion-enabled gaming to PlayStation consoles for over three years, but hasn't exactly set the world alight. To better compete with Microsoft's controller-less Kinect and Nintendo's Wii motion accessories, the company has been looking to extract

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Last night, we caught a demo of PlayStation's new Wonderbook during the company's E3 press event. Today, we grabbed a few moments of hands-on time with the new PS Move peripheral at the Sony booth. As we learned last night, the first title for the new tech is a collaborative effort with J.K. Rowli

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The Playstation 3 is getting a little long in the tooth and the Vita isn't exactly breaking sales records. Could E3 2012 be the show where the former gets a successor and the latter a price cut? The answers are, in-order: probably not and possibly so. Care to find out? Join us at the time below wh

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We're not suggesting Sony has a Kinect style controller coming soon, but it certainly filed a patent for one. The application for a \"User-Driven Three-Dimensional Interactive Gaming Environment\" was initially logged in October last year by Richard Marks of PlayStation Eye fame. The controller can \"

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Welcome to Engadget's Back to School guide! We know that this time of year can be pretty annoying and stressful for everyone, so we're here to help out with the heartbreaking process of gadget buying for the school-aged crowd. Today, we're getting our game on -- and you can head to the Back to Schoo

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The above pictured contraption, called Copernitron, features a PlayStation Move controller, a turntable, and a homebrew Helmholtz coil (you know, for canceling out interference caused by our planet's magnetic field). By sending data to a Linux PC via Bluetooth, this bad boy will measure the Earth's

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