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Playstation 5 - Patent explains backward compatibility

Sony's goal about the backward compatibility of Playstation 5 is that the previous software works optimally on the new hardware, but at the same time the company is studying new ways through which ...

Sony - patents reveal a brand new controller with facial recognition

Sony, according to what has been revealed by the patents recently published by the Siliconera website, seemed to be interested in creating controllers with included a camera able to detect the emotions of the players by turning them into ...

From patent to rendering: this is how the controller of the Google console should be

Starting with the Google patent that shows the controller of the alleged new console, Indian designer Sarang Sheth has created a rendering.
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Samsung patents new fingerprint

Samsung has filed a patent for the integration of the fingerprint reading on the totality of a telephone display. Currently it is possible to have the fingerprint detected directly on the screen, but only in a fixed part and ...

Rage 2: TerrorMania, the new expansion available today

The new RAGE 2: TerrorMania expansion is available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Players can already explore the Kingdom of the Dead, ...

Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit Creates New Possibilities for Gamers with ...

Compatible with Microsoft's Xbox Adaptive Controller, this Assortment of Buttons and Switches Unlocks Unique Gaming Experiences LAUSANNE, Switzerland & NEWARK, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Logitech G, a brand ...

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