CES is where the major brands that produce consumer electronics have a chance to unveil and tout their upcoming products and services. A long time ago this included everything from refrigerators, televisions, and video games. Nowadays you can usually expect a new 4K TV to be announced but little else. That is until Sony got on stage and talked about a few new services they'll be rolling out.
First up was a streaming service for TV shows, both live and not, that would include content from typical sources like Netflix. The service will begin being tested in the US later this year but no announcement was made about price or structure of the program. It was mentioned how TV and movies are being watched on more than just TVs nowadays so I'd imagine this will be a service brought to most Sony devices.
Also announced was a cloud gaming program. Playstation Now will allow users to stream games from the Playstation 1, 2, and 3 on their PS4s, PS Vitas, as well as their phone and tablets. This service will cost an additional fee from the existing Playstation Plus and will allow users to even rent games. This service begins beta testing later this month and will eventually go live later this year.