138w ago - Update #2: According to IndustryGamers.com, a Sony Computer Entertainment America spokesperson confirmed on the phone today that production is indeed continuing for the PSPgo in North America.
Update: It's now official, as reported by Phileweb (via IGN) and AV Watch (via Kotaku) to quote: "New PSPgo units would no longer be manufactured or shipped 'in order to concentrate on the NGP'. The remaining PSPgo stock, however, will continued to be sold until it's gone."
Today Andriasang.com (linked above) reports that according to a Japanese Blog Sony has ceased production of the PSPgo handheld with their Sony Style page now showing the PSPgo as discontinued.
To quote: "A blog that appears to be run by a Sony Shop employee (or at the very least a super hardcore Sony fanatic) reports that Sony has confirmed to his sales manager that production...
164w ago - Recently gnie has released Console Stream Media Info v1.0, a nice tool that will allow you to check the stream info frame size, subtitle, audio, video, streamID for PS3 (.pam) and PSP (.pmf and .mps) files.
207w ago - Update: According to NegativeGamer.com, A4T's licence manager Angela Jones stated it was a "mistake on our part" so for the time being it appears the PSP-4000 will remain only as speculation.
Today TheLostGamer.com (linked above) reports that a LittleBigPlanet PSP case ad by Accessories4Gamers Ltd. from MCV UK's digital magazine (Page 17) hints at a Sony PSP-4000 console on the way.
This news appears to further confirm previous PSP 4000 rumors of it's existance.
To quote: "Whilst we've only really seen a whole range of Sackboy figurines on retailers such as Play.com, we've picked up an advertisement displaying an upcoming LittleBigPlanet branded PSP Case and includes a set of stickers for you to customise it.
The advert, from Accessories4Gamers Ltd., details that it is suitable for 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000 and PSP Go models too... wait... 4000?! Uh oh, seems like someone has maybe confirmed recent rumours too soon!"
211w ago - According to both analysts and PSXExtreme.com (linked above), a new PSP console dubbed the PSP2 will arrive in 2010 to compliment Sony's PSPGo and feature PowerVR SGX543 graphics.
Apparently it has been in development since 2008, alongside several other PSP models, and will phase out the PSP-3000 console.
To quote: "According to BSN, the new generation of portable technology from Sony will indeed arrive next year and feature PowerVR SGX543 graphics.
We learn that past rumors were also mostly true, as their sources tell us the PSP2 has been in development since 2008 and exactly one year ago today, Sony unofficially announced the selection of Imagination Technologies' SGX graphics processor.
Earlier today, we heard something similar in regards to the potential tech leaks for the PS4 and new PSP, which is starting to become clearer and more legitimate.
It also seems obvious that Sony will push forward with the freshly released PSP Go and replace...