If you've been following the tech scene for the last three years, you've more than likely heard rumors of the elusive Sony PSP phone. What you may not have heard is proof that such a project has made any strides beyond conception.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Sony may be in the process of developing a lineup of devices geared towards combating the iPhone and iPad. The PSP phone is reported to (surprise, surprise) "download and play PlayStation games." However, the real way in which Sony plans to attack Apple is through an online service which is said to contain content similar to that of iTunes in addition to an "extensive (and exclusive) catalog of PlayStation games."
There's no specs or pricing, or anything concrete at this point, other then what the WSJ is reporting. However, according to Gizmodo, "we can expect to see both the PSP phone and the PSPad sometime this year." I'm probably not going to be holding my breath.
So, do you think the PSP Phone and PSPad will make it to your arsenal in 2010? Leave your comments below.