Sony has launched Play Station Messages, giving you the ability to connect with your friends on the Play Station Network directly from your Android handset.
Previously bundled in the Play Station app, Sony mentions that Messages was broken out into a standalone client featuring a more streamlined design "in order to get you into your Messages and communicating with your friends faster than ever before." Needless to say, you're going to need a valid PSN account to use the messaging service.
Okay, just because the new Verizon Wireless Droid X comes with an HDMI-out port doesn't mean you're limited to just that.
Motorola has made it possible for you to play video, music, and pictures to your television without any wires at all.
DLNA technology allows consumers to view their media between PCs, mobile devices, and other Consumer Electronics.
Having a DLNA-compatible phone means that you can do the following: * Stream music, video and photos from your DROID X to any DLNA device (Play Station 3, Xbox, or DLNA-capable TV, PC or A/V Receiver)* Send a picture from your DROID X to PC* Send a MP3 from the phone to the PC* Stream a Video from DROID X to the TV using the handset as a controller* Browse the Videos stored on the PC using DROID X and then stream it over DLNA playing out HDMI to the TV DLNA can be used as a stand alone or used in combination with HDMI.
Get some more information and instructions about the DLNA App for the Droid X from Motorola.
Heres some general information from Motorola: Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is a cross-industry organization of leading consumer electronics, computing industry and mobile device companies.
With the Droid X's DLNA media sharing application, you can easily stream to an PS3 or Xbox, send pics to your PC, and stream videos to your TV.
Check out this video walkthrough to learn how to use the DLNA services to connect your Droid X to the Play Station 3!
It primarily competes with the Nintendo 3DS as part of the eighth generation of video game consoles.