Sony Unveils PlayStation Now At CES

Sony Unveils PlayStation Now At CES

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is in full swing and there have already been a lot of big announcements. However, Sony made a big splash yesterday when they unveiled PlayStation Now. This new service allows users to stream games to PlayStation consoles, smartphones, tablets, and even TVs. In an effort to promote the service, Sony revealed 2014 Bravia TVs will support PlayStation Now. Minutes after it was announced, Sony had live demonstrations of PlayStation Now in their booth on the CES show floor. They also hinted at a cloud-based TV service which will arrive later this year. Details are still foggy, but it appears Sony is getting into the streaming game.

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