Sony is pulling the plug on PlayStation Vue, the company's streaming television service.
Sony's standalone cable service PlayStation Vue will be implementing a $5 price increase for subscribers after the end of July 2018.
PlayStation's newest release: a credit card that grants you added bonuses for your PlayStation purchases.
PlayStation Vue, Sony's TV streaming service, is now available on Android TVs running Android OS 4.4 or higher, according to a PlayStation Blog post today. Web support for the service on PC and Mac is "coming
Sony's alternative to cable, PlayStation Vue, has surpassed 100,000 subscribers, as reported by Bloomberg Technology. Speaking to "people with knowledge of the matter," Bloomberg reports that one source even put the total near 120,000.
If you are in the group of PlayStation enthusiasts subscribed to PlayStation Vue, the TV streaming service just got a bunch of quality-of-life enhancements. First and foremost, the service is coming to Android devices as of today
If you've wanted to cut the cord, check out whether PlayStation Vue is now in your area. According to PlayStation Blog, PlayStation's streaming /television service is going "nationwide" by expanding to 203 new markets.
With The Walking Dead season finale just around the corner, now is the perfect time that PlayStation Vue will be adding some new channels to its service, including AMC's stable of original programming.
While gaming has always been the front and center focus of the current generation, the increasing popularity of adding other types of content, such as movie and TV streaming, has expanded the consoles into whole other markets,
Streaming through Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and other online video services has changed how many people watch television and movies, and now Sony is joining alongside some of this heavy competition with a streaming service of its own.