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New details on PlayStation app for Android surface

We mentioned a few weeks back that an official PlayStation app was coming to Android devices (and to the iPhone). The app sounded cool, but it isn’t intended to allow players to actually play any games. The point of the app is to keep you updated with the online status of your pals and to give you information on all the games on the PlayStation platform among other things.

Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play to be PlayStation gaming phone?

Sony Ericsson's PlayStation phone could well launch as the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play, if a new batch of freshly-registered domains are anything to go by. XperiaX10Blog found Swedish PR agency - of whom Sony Ericsson is a client - Jung Relations has snapped up multiple "xperiaplay" domains, including the .com, .org, .co.uk and .net. Right now there are only holding pages to be found, but we're guessing that will all change by the time the gaming smartphone is officially announced. That's expected to happen at MWC 2011 this coming February, though the actual launch is yet to be pinned down: recent sources tipped a March launch, while a new report from Pocket-lint suggests it's more likely to be April 2010, in the UK at least.

Official PlayStation App Coming to Android (and iOS)

PlayStation's official blog has announced today that they'll be releasing an official PlayStation application for both Android handsets (with a minimum of Android 1.6) and iOS with version 4 and above.) In this first version of the app you'll be able to check out for PlayStation Network trophies, keep up with your friends games and online statuses, browse the whole PlayStation 3, PSP, and PlayStation 2 catalog and news, read all sorts of announcements from the European PlayStation Blog, and share products and news bits you find interesting with friends through Facebook, Twitter, and email.

PlayStation Buttons Found in 2.3 SDK

We now know that one of the focuses of Android 2.3 Gingerbread is, in fact, improved gaming. Whether it be smoother graphics performance or support for additional dedicated gaming buttons (hello, PlayStation Phone), Gingerbread will allow us to game better than ever on a mobile device. Now as people have been tearing apart the SDK they have seem to have found support for PlayStation buttons.

Playstation Phone Previewed in Two Clear Videos: Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Gameless

Hooray look at that! Some dude on the other side of the world has a Playstation phone (otherwise known as Zeus Z1), and he (or I suppose it could be a she) put up two videos of it working. Here you'll see quite a few fine features like the slick new Android 2.3 Gingerbread interface, the super sensually smooth sliding of the back panel becoming game controls, and the big S in square in the center of the controller. Pay close attention to the moment the screen turns to the Android version, I know that even though you knew what it'll say, you'll still be excited to see it.

PlayStation Phone arriving December 9th?

The PlayStation phone has sure been a device of excitement and wonder. Being a phone that will be heavily focused on games (PSP Go with a phone) it's expected to be an impressive device both hardware and software wise. Details of its release have been scarce, but it just may be coming December 9th.

PlayStation… Phone? Yes! PlayStation Phone!

So Sony Ericsson is going to blast out a phone branded with none other than the ubiquitous PlayStation marking on it. The greatest controller ever is being applied to a telephone, and not just any telephone, one with Android 3.0 (looking more and more everyday to be the new Gingerbread.) With it there's be a custom Sony Marketplace for games made just for this device, 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8655, 512MB of RAM, 1GB or ROM, and a screen ranging from 4.1 to 3.7 inches. That ugly egg thing in the middle is more than likely a multitouch touchpad.

ZodTTD developing a PSX emulator for Android

Those of you ex-iPhone users may be familiar with the name. He has been jailbreaking iPhone's for the longest and he's developed a few emulators for the platform.  ZodTTD is now working on bringing a Playstation emulator to Android. And he is partnering up with our current favorite Android emulator creator, yongzh. ZodTTD was likely persuaded to start work on Android after a petition was signed with 2,000 signatures from his fans requesting he bring his talents over to Android.
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