Sony has announced a new digital content platform for its online Playstation Network (PSN) which is slated to go live on October 2.
Sony is apparently toiling away when it comes to figuring out how to make Playstation Plus more valuable to gamers.
The government can start tracking your Xbox Live activity, and it doesn't even to pass a new law to do so.
If your plans for today involve a session on the PlayStation Network, you'd better think again. The PSN is set to be down for thirteen hours today for routine maintenance.
Capcom has confirmed that it is charging users to access "downloadable" content in Street Fighter X Tekken which already exists on the game disc.
Secondary markets have been a big boon to the movie business - even though the major studios were initially against the VCR way back when.
Sony has quietly updated its terms of service to prohibit users by default from launching class-action lawsuits.
Can you say massive fail? Yes, Sony has apparently taken down its PlayStation Network password reset page after a rather basic exploit was discovered in the wild.
Sony is now acknowledging what every hacker has known for decades: absolutely no system is truly secure.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is currently "reviewing" a recent security breach that compromised user data and downed the PlayStation Network (PSN) for over a week.
Sony has confirmed that user information was indeed compromised when a hacker breached the digital perimeter surrounding the corporation’s PlayStation Network (PSN).
Cyber activists associated with Anonymous and the splinter SonyRecon cell have halted their digital offensive against the PlayStation network.
Cyber activists associated with Anonymous and (IRC) #SonyRecon may have successfully downed various Sony websites, along with the very lucrative PlayStation Network.
Cyber activists associated with Anonymous have downed several Sony websites and knocked the Playstation Network offline.
The PS3's online service is completely free. So how does it make money? It doesn't. But now, thanks to some new decisions from Sony, it may actually be able to start turning a profit.
Sony's believed to be making a bid to steal Apple's thunder later today with a plan to launch a rival service to iTunes.
Sony is today expected to announce a deal with Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) to provide live streaming of Major league baseball to the Playstation 3.
Sony has asked PS3 owners to keep their consoles off until an enigmatic bug plaguing the system's clock functionality is fixed.
PlayStation 3 users around the world have been left unable to connect to the PlayStation Network, with Sony still unable to identify the source of the problem.