New custom firmware released for hacked consoles.
A new interview with the infamous PS3 hacker reveals that Hotz at one point had a confidential meeting with Sony.
He was able to break crack the iPhone without consequence and survived a David-vs-Goliath battle with Sony, but now there's something that has defeated him.
In less than a year, famed PS3 hacker George Hotz has gone from trending news topic to the "Where Are They Now?" files.
It was history in the making in Johannesburg, South Africa when the first raid of its kind took place in a residential home.
George Hotz, the man who gained international fame after being sued by Sony, may have a new gig.
The PS3 hacker who may have been the reason for Sony's recent headache has chimed in.
It may be a few days before you can sign in to the PS3 online service.
Famed PS3 hacker George Hotz has donated a cool $10,000 (the remainder of his legal defense fund) to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) after settling a lawsuit with Sony.
So much for the part of the settlement deal between Sony and hacker George Hotz where it was agreed not to reveal the settlement details.
If you wanted to see George Hotz rap about his injustice in front of a jury, well, too bad.
Sony will be able to peer through virtually all recent Internet activity of famed PS3 hacker George Hotz.
Talented jailbreaker George Hotz says he is ready to crack more Sony devices, despite the fact that the Japanese-based company is currently suing him for coding and disseminating a popular Playstation 3 hack.
A federal judge has ruled that talented Playstation 3 jailbreaker George Hotz must submit to Sony and allow the electronics giant to unceremoniously inspect his rig's hard drive and copy data "related to [PS3] hacking."
A red-faced and clearly panicked Sony has launched a full-on witch hunt by threatening to sue anyone posting or "distributing" Playstation 3 jailbreak patches.
After years of hard work in trying to prevent people from playing unauthorized games on its newest game console, Sony finally has a victory in its belt.
US District Judge Susan Illston is unsure why talented PlayStation 3 hacker George Hotz is being tried in sunny California.
Serial hacker and modder George Hotz has successfully restored support for Linux on the PS3 (firmware version 3.21) by loading a custom generated PUP file.
Champion of the people or show-off hacker - you decide - George Hotz says he has created a new, untethered jailbreak for the latest iPhones.