Sony's PlayStation Vita is launching in North America just in time for Valentine's Day. Looking to check out the latest and greatest in portable gaming? Here's everything you'll ever need to know about the system, the launch games, apps, accessories, and so much more!
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Sony has announced that a YouTube app will come to the PS Vita next month.
Sony has announced a white version of the PS Vita along with a Hatsune Miku special edition for release in Japan.
Motorstorm: Arctic Edge and Everybody's Tennis are back on the PlayStation Store after Sony removed them to combat a possible PS Vita security breach.
The PlayStation Suite open beta has begun. Developers can now download the free SDK, which will allow them to create apps and games for the PS Vita and PlayStation Certified devices.
PS Vita firmware update 1.67 available now, as well as the handheld's first free-to-play downloadable
Sony's updated the PlayStation Vita to version 1.67.
Following yesterday's announcement, publishing, and subsequent removal of PlayStation Vita firmware version 1.65, Sony has made version 1.66 available.
Sony has announced, released, and withdrawn the next firmware update for the PS Vita in the space of a day. Version 1.65 of the handheld console's software was set to make some minor usability tweaks, but was pulled following a technical fault.
Sony has taken to removing PSP titles from the PlayStation Store in an attempt to close security holes in the PS Vita. The compromised titles, Motorstorm: Arctic Edge and Everybody's Tennis, can be used to run hacker Wololo's Vita Half-Byte Loader (VHBL), which can execute unsigned homebrew code.
Sony showed off an augmented reality tech demo called Magnet at GDC 2012.
Facebook may have disappeared from the PlayStation Vita's US app store without so much as a "goodbye," but you don't have to be so cold when dealing with your friends: LiveTweet will take care of your Twitter needs, and starting this week, Foursquare will let you check in.
Subscribers to Sony's PlayStation Plus service are finding that their free Minis don't work on their PlayStation Vita systems. Sony is aware of the issue.