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How to use PS Remote Play to play PS5 games on a computer, mobile device, or another console

PS5 Remote Play lets you play your PS5 games and apps on a computer, phone, tablet, or another console. Your PS5 will need a fast internet connection — preferably over Ethernet — to use Remote Play. Remote Play is free for all users, since all you need is a PlayStation Network account, not a subscription. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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How to update your PS5 controller to keep it working properly

To update your PS5 controller, accept the update prompt that appears when you turn on the console. If you decline the prompt, you'll have to wait a day before you can update your PS5 controllers. You can also manually move the PS5's clock up one day to immediately see the update prompt again. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Modern game controllers are complicated pieces of hardware. And just like the consoles they're attached to, they sometimes need to be updated.Unfortunately, the PlayStation doesn't give you much control over when you update your controllers. When an update is available, you only have a s...
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The double gesture of Xbox with PlayStation that we should imitate | Digital Trends Spanish

With the almost simultaneous arrival of Microsoft's Xbox Series X and Sony's PlayStation 5, the so-called “console war” has stolen the interest of tech fans in recent weeks. But still there are gestures that magnify the rivals, especially considering this convulsed 2020. Both are already a reality. The first to hit the market was the Xbox Series X which, along with its younger sister, Xbox Series S, was released on November 10 globally. Two days later the PlayStation 5 arrived, although its launch was partial. Seven markets, including the United States and Mexico, received it on November 12, while a week later it will reach the rest of the world. A gesture that we should imitate Generation after generation, it & # 39; sa pleasure to game alongside you. Happy launch day @PlayStat...
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The revolutionary PlayStation 3 turns 14 | Digital Trends Spanish

On November 11, 2006, Sony released the PlayStation 3 in Japan. A week later it did so in North America, and by the end of that month the console reached Europe and Australia. Although at the beginning the company received criticism from users who complained about the high price of the PS3, as well as the lack of variety in the games, this feeling changed over time. Sony, in addition, ended up lowering the value of the console and the games soon began to arrive, seduced, at the same time, by the wide possibilities that the technology of this version included and that made a radical and noticeable difference with the PS2. In fact, the PlayStation 3 can be considered as one of the most revolutionary consoles released by Sony. This device was able to integrate in a great way with the...
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Playstation will detect users by movement | Digital Trends Spanish

Just a few months after the PS5 is released, Sony is already working on some innovations that it wants to launch in the future. A patent application that revealed Arstechnica, talks about a new authentication method. This system would be based on the movement of users through the command control of the console, and thus avoid passwords and fingerprints. “To log into their account, a user often has to enter a password, which can be seen by other users. Additionally, once a user has entered their password, a situation arises where the user remains logged into their account unless the user subsequently performs a logout operation, which may result in another user [sic] potentially gain access to the user's profile, ”the patent begins. That's why Sony wants to implement ...
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Sony clears doubts about accessory compatibility on PS5 | Digital Trends Spanish

Good news was delivered by Sony to video game fans, as most PlayStation 4 accessories will be compatible with the next console. Some of the most successful peripherals, such as the officially licensed race wheels and arcade and combat game controls, will work with the 9th generation machine. The PlayStation 5 will also be compatible with Platinum and Gold wireless headphones, as well as those that connect via the USB port or the audio jack. As reported by the company in its BlogThe DualShock 4 wireless controller and the officially licensed third-party will also work with compatible PS4 games. Matilda Wormwood / Pexels The new machine will also be friendly to the PS Move Motion Controllers range, such as the PlayStation VR Aim Controller. The PlayStation Camera was conf...
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How to sync a PS4 controller? We explain it to you

If you're gamer From a few years ago, you will probably remember how difficult it could be to deal with the control cables of your PS2 or Xbox system. The convenience of having wireless controls has no limits, although to enjoy those benefits, of course, you must first know how to synchronize a PS4 control properly. It is simpler than you think. Maybe you are also interested: Get a USB cable Syncing a PlayStation 4 DualShock controller with a PS4 is extremely easy, but it requires a hardware component: a USB cable. There is no wireless solution to pair the controls via Bluetooth, so to pair new controls with your PS4, you will need a cable. The DualShock 4 comes with a built-in cable, but any USB 2.0 Micro-B cable will do. Connect the USB cable to the controller ...