The Xperia Play, known colloquially as the Playstation Phone, is getting new games.
Sony did not restore access to the Playstation Store digital storefront as expected yesterday.
Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play phone has finally been given a US release date.
So much for a "very early second quarter" release...
Security researchers say the credit card information stolen in last week's hack of the Sony PlayStation Network is already up for sale on various internet forums.
After four days of outage, PlayStation has said that external hackers are responsible - but the prime suspect, Anonymous, has denied all knowledge and says Sony itself is probably to blame.
It may be a few days before you can sign in to the PS3 online service.
Sony will in fact be releasing an Android tablet using Google's latest Honeycomb operating system.
Multiple titles have been put up ahead of the Xperia Play launch.
Mobile customers wanting to get their game on with the unofficially dubbed "Playstation Phone" will have to wait a little longer.
I finally got my hands on Sony Ericsson's upcoming "PlayStation Phone," the Xperia Play, and after a solid play session I am hooked.
Everyone and their mother wants to break into the emerging multimedia tablet market. You can now apparently add Sony to that list. Apple pioneered the idea with its iPad, and now some of the biggest technological breakthroughs in the industry are coming to tablets.
If you were excited about the Xperia Play's ability to run classic PS One downloadable games, there's a bit of a disappointment - you'll have to repurchase any games that you already bought.
Although its most recently announced phone is called Neo, it's not "the one" most people are paying attention to at this week's Mobile World Congress, as the unofficially-named "PlayStation phone" is on mass display for the first time.
Now we know why Sony has been so cagey about confirming the so-called "PlayStation phone" and didn't even say anything about it at CES last month. It was planning a big reveal via a Super Bowl commercial.
The big video game news last week was the unveiling of Sony's PSP2 system, now known as the Next Generation Portable. This system will break new ground and lead to the future of portable gaming. Here's why you should be excited about it.
Amid all the extreme excitement over the PSP2 - Sony's first new dedicated gaming device announcement in more than eight years - there was one detail that somewhat got overlooked and is worth a second look.
Sony's ready for its next push in the handheld gaming market. It's announced that its Next Generation Portable (NGP) - aka the PSP 2 - will be out by the end of the year, and says it plans to offer PlayStation games on a range of devices including Android phones.
XP was probably one of the most stable Windows iterations Microsoft ever coded - aside from 2000 (NT), of course.
Sony has invested quite a lot of cash in pushing the 3D standard forward. So it comes as little surprise that the electronics giant remains slightly, er, delusional about a realistic timeline for mainstream adoption.