Sony's dominance in the 3D market continues, now making the technology more accessible.
The huge, long-running outage to the Playstation Network may be coming to an end.
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.
Yes, Sony will offer PS3 users some sort of compensation for the long-running outage of the console's online service.
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.
The PS3 hacker who may have been the reason for Sony's recent headache has chimed in.
The ongoing saga of Sony's massive data hack continues, and not in a good way for Sony.
A resident of Birmingham, Alabama has filed a class action lawsuit against Sony in the U.S. District Court for Northern California over a critical PSN security breach that unceremoniously knocked the service offline.
There's a reason Sony waited several days to tell PSN users their data was compromised.
Sony has confirmed that user information was indeed compromised when a hacker breached the digital perimeter surrounding the corporation’s PlayStation Network (PSN).
Sony and Apple have become natural competitors over the years.
Sony's finally announced plans to release two tablet PCs, a full year after Apple's launch of the iPad.
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.
Cyber activists associated with Anonymous have categorically denied involvement in the downing of Sony's PlayStation Network (PSN).
It may be a few days before you can sign in to the PS3 online service.
Microsoft and Sony are reportedly preparing to kick off a new console cycle in 2014.
However, Nintendo will likely launch its next-gen console two years earlier in 2012.
File this one under things we never thought we'd put in a headline.
The sleekest yet also most misguided handheld system on the market is no more.
It wasn't just a one-week fluke. The 3DS has been surpassed by Sony's PSP yet again.
Sony has announced that worldwide sales of the PS3 have just passed 50 million units.