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.
Famed Playstation 3 hacker Geohot may have settled his outstanding legal issues with Sony, but cyber activists associated with Anonymous remain unimpressed with the deal.
If you wanted to see George Hotz rap about his injustice in front of a jury, well, too bad.
Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Jack Tretton says it's over for the Wii, and the DS is for kids only.
If the latest rumor is to be believed, Sony and Google are working on bringing the Chrome Web browser to the PS3.
Cyber activists associated with Anonymous and the splinter SonyRecon cell have halted their digital offensive against the PlayStation network.
Sony is making good progress on restoring access to several of its electronics plants affected by the Japanese earthquake.
The cyber activist collective known as "Anonymous" has set its sights on Sony in defense of two prominent PS3 hackers: GeoHot and Graf_Chokolo.
Sony will in fact be releasing an Android tablet using Google's latest Honeycomb operating system.
It looks like Apple wants to improve picture-taking abilities for its next iPhone.
Only 45 direct-channel Sony retail locations remain in operation.
Multiple titles have been put up ahead of the Xperia Play launch.
A new study looked at bodily activity while viewers watched Blu-ray 3D movie.
A new standard for stereoscopic 3D glasses has been proposed.
Yes, the talented PS3 hacker known as GeoHot is currently vacationing in South America. However, contrary to what Sony wants you to believe, Hotz is just simply enjoying spring break.
A very whiny Sony is accusing famed Playstation 3 hacker George Hotz of handing over two "nonfunctional" hard drives before flying off to South America.
Sony certainly has a respectable track record when it comes to designing innovative products that test new frontiers.
Sony Computer Entertainment is headquartered in Japan, and this month's natural disasters have halted production at some facilities, potentially for months.
Sony will be able to peer through virtually all recent Internet activity of famed PS3 hacker George Hotz.
A red-faced Sony has reportedly attempted to hire a prominent hacker in an effort to secure its electronic devices from modders and jailbreakers.