Sony Computer Entertainment, which will change its name to Sony Interactive Entertainment next Friday, has announced the formation of ForwardWorks, which is a new company aimed to deploy “services” at the smart device market, basically smartphones and tablets.
FowardWorks will leverage the intellectual property of numerous PlayStation dedicated software titles and gaming characters to provide games optimised for smart devices to users in Japan and Asia.
The company will be located in Tokyo, Japan and will be a fully owned subsidiary by Sony Interactive Entertainment.
The company will begin operations starting Friday April 1st 2016.
Sony has announced today that they will be merging both the Sony Computer Entertainment (PlayStation hardware and software) and Sony Network Entertainment (PlayStation Network Services) into one division, called Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC.
What is interesting about this merge is that the new division will be headquartered in the United States, not Japan. However global business operations will be established in Tokyo and London.
The president and global CEO of SIE will be Andrew House. Below is a structure of how the business will run.
Another thing we found is that Shuhei Yoshida will be reporting to Shawn Layden, as seen in a tweet.
From @yosp's timeline: He will report to Shawn Layden, his title (president of WWS) will not change.
Sony has discontinued Facebook support by releasing updates for both PS3 and PS Vita. The versions are 4.78 and 3.57 respectively.
This is all what we know according to Sony. But we guess they did this due to changes in the Facebook API, however it’s surprising for it to be discontinued for the Vita, but as we all know Sony isn’t treating the Vita very well.
Have any of you guys used the Facebook feature? Let us know.
You’ve seen us mentioning this many times on Twitter and Google+. Well the time has now come to reveal our activity!
It is really simple providing you have the equipment needed to complete this activity. You have to find out the manufacturer of the WiFi chips used in your PlayStation Device!
No, you’re not gonna open up the system and void your warranty. But you need to find out how to find the manufacturer, that’s the whole point of this activity. Could it be a tool, an app? We’re not telling right now!
To complete this activity you will need either a PS3, PSP or PS Vita, a tool used for finding out the manufacturer of the WiFi chips. Once you find it out simply select your answer in the appropriate embed.
If you have trouble don’t worry, we will update this post with hints and tips over the next few days. Also keep in mind the correct answer is based on what the Team found when preparing this activity.
So go ahead, get started! Activity ends on 10th August 2014 and answers will be posted at Gamenology Website.
Gamenology Team 🙂
HINT 1: Take a look at our Twitter and Google+ pages and look carefully for an app we shared. Maybe that app might help???
HINT 2: Make sure your device is connected to the same WiFi network as your PlayStation device!
HINT 3: The app you need is called a WiFi analyser