PlayStation Mobile — formerly PlayStation Suite — is Sony's effort to roll out gaming content to Android mobile devices, from PSOne classics to original content developed with its SDK. So far the service has been limited to old PlayStation games on Sony-made devices, but the company announced at E3 that HTC will be joining the ranks of PlayStation-certified device manufacturers. Follow this stream to keep up with the latest.
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Sony has announced that it will be opening the store for the new PlayStation Mobile program on October 3rd, and that Sharp and Fujitsu are joining the program as third-party hardware partners.
HTC's One series will be the first non-Sony devices to be PlayStation Certified.
Sony has just announced it will be partnering with HTC to create PlayStation Suite-certified phones — which it is renaming PlayStation Mobile.
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.
Sony has made the PlayStation Store available to use on the Xperia S phone, with 14 PS One titles available for download.
Sony has announced that the PlayStation Suite SDK will go into open beta in April, and promised to bring a range of content to the mobile platform throughout the year.
The former Sony Ericsson is back with a new Xperia for 2012 — can it do justice to the high standards of the Sony brand?
PlayStation certification for mobile devices has been an exclusively Sony-only affair up to this point, but today Pocket-lint is reporting that HTC will break that monopoly in the latter half of 2012.
Japanese site AV Watch reports Sony is exploring porting the PlayStation Vita OS to smartphones and tablets.
The Playstation Store is now available on more Android phones in Japan, with 23 titles available for initial purchase. Pricing is from 600 yen, and Minna no Golf 2 is available as a free download until February 8th.
Sony's PlayStation Suite SDK was just launched in a closed beta; it allows Windows developers to write software for both the PS Vita and other "PlayStation Certified" devices.
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Acro and Xperia Arc have been granted PlayStation Certification in Japan — the first devices to receive the certification after their respective launch, and still just the fourth and fifth devices ever to get access to the Android-based PlayStation Suite market after the Xperia Play phone and Sony S1 / S2 tablets.