The PlayStation 4 is real. Sony announced the next-gen console at an event in New York City earlier tonight. The multimedia conglomerate revealed a lot of games while skipping over a few details.
- Price: Sony didn’t specify
- Release: Holiday 2013
- Backwards compatibility with PS3: No (may come later via Gaikai cloud streaming)
- Backwards compatibility with PS3 PlayStation Network games
- Free-to-play support: Yes
- Vita/PS4 bundle: Possibly
- Used games: Will work on PS4
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New York is now home to the country’s fastest-growing and most exciting tech communities, with more and more entrepreneurs choosing to locate their start-ups here. Between 2007 and 2011, the number of New Yorkers working at digital media companies grew by 80%. New York is now number one in job growth in the $20 billion mobile app industry.
New York’s tech sector is bigger, more diverse and more innovative than ever. And it’s no accident. New York City has a deeper concentration of the tech industry’s most valuable assets – creativity and capital – than any place on earth. So do you think, will New York replace Silicon Valley?
TEDxYouthDay is a series of TEDx events happening all around the world coinciding with Universal Children’s Day in late November. These events are designed to empower and inspire young people. I always find youth empowerment events
TEDxYouthDay events present a combination of live speakers and TEDTalks to audiences around the world. These events vary widely in size, format, and theme, but they share a common vision: inspiring curiosity, igniting new ideas, and empowering young leaders.
This year, TEDxYouthDay will take place on a weekend from Saturday, November 17th to Sunday, November 18th and is themed Dream Big… THEN DO IT! As part of this day, TED will host a salon event — TEDYouth – on Saturday, November 17th in New York City.