As of December, the Force will no longer be with you. Sony has announced that it plans to shut down Star Wars Galaxies - not because it's losing players, but because its contract with LucasArts is about to come to an end.
Lulz Security is calling it quits after a 50 day HackStock which saw the enigmatic group target a number of corporate and government websites, including Sony, PBS, Fox, Bethesda and the FBI.
After months of rumors and speculation, British author JK Rowling has officially launched the Pottermore website.
Japanese scientists have developed a device aimed at allowing even the most cack-handed musician to play an instrument.
The hack that took down Sega's online gaming service late last week has affected 1.3 million customers.
Sony is preparing to launch a new version of the PS3.
Sony is giving a gift to users who haven't yet signed up for Music Unlimited.
We mull over a lack of excitement and announcements that didn't happen.
Turkish police have arrested 32 Anonymous hackers after attacks on government websites, the state-run news agency Anadolu reports.
We just ran through a quick tour of Playstation Vita titles, and found a range of awesome to clunky.
When the PS3 was first announced in 2005, Sony promised to make games look and feel more like movies.
It's not often we can see someone play a game for 30 minutes and still have no idea what's happening.
Sony spent the first part of its pre-E3 press conference in damage control mode, but it was another announcement that caused the biggest crowd reaction.
Next week kicks off one of the biggest video game events in the world.
Just a couple weeks after it restored access to its online community, Sony will be pulling off a pretty cool online stunt on the PS3.
The last part of Sony's online Playstation services has finally been restored.
About a month and a half after it first pulled the plug on the Playstation Network, Sony says all services will finally be back online.
Sony may start referring to its next handheld system as the Playstation Vita.
Sony has reportedly scaled back the power of its upcoming handheld system after Nintendo's 3DS has failed to meet sales expectations.
Following a moderately successful relaunch of the Playstation Network in the US, Sony is ready to do the same in Asia.