Last month's breach has resulted in 9 percent of users ditching PSN for Microsoft's Xbox Live.
Playboy has announced that it will be putting its entire archive on the web thanks to a specially optimized website targeted at iPad users.
Sony has suffered another blow as reports indicate that even users that have changed their passwords since PSN has come back online are still at risk.
Microsoft has announced an $8.4 billion business deal that will see the Redmond-based software giant acquire VOIP phone service Skype.
A group of hackers is supposedly planning another attack on Sony, and this time, the information they steal will be made public.
Sony has said the hackers responsible for the April 17-19 PlayStation Network breach exploited a known vulnerability.
The FBI has raided the home of a Screen Actor’s Guild member it suspects uploaded several pre-release copies of high profile movies to the Pirate Bay.
Already available on AT&T and Verizon, it seems the Apple iPhone could soon be making its way to T-Mobile.
Asus’ EeePad Transformer has been available in the United Kingdom for a while. Now, it’s time for U.S. customers to get a taste of the Honeycomb-flavoured Transformer.
Nintendo’s 3DS is groundbreaking in that it’s the first glasses-free 3D handheld console. However, it seems one of the company’s competitors isn’t even going to pretend to be impressed by Nintendo’s efforts in the console market.
Earlier this week there were rumors that George Hotz, aka Geohot, had fled the country and was in South America. In a court filing, Sony pointed out that Hotz was not in the country and accused him of dodging the court’s authority.
Prices and apps for Amazon’s not yet launched Amazon Appstore were leaked this morning when someone discovered that visiting amazon.com/apps brought you right to the etailer’s Android app store.
Nokia may have just announced an ambition to make Windows Phone 7 its primary smartphone OS but prior to that, the company had all kinds of plans involving Symbian and MeeGo, the Linux-based OS it developed in conjunction with Intel...
Google has booted more than 20 applications from the Android Marketplace amid concerns over Android malware.
After weeks of rumors, whispered details from sources, and speculation, News Corp. and Apple have finally launched The Daily, a publication exclusively for Apple’s iPad tablet.
Wouldn’t it be nice to know that if you got mugged, the perp wouldn’t be able to get your wallet open?
Amazon reportedly has a password problem that makes it easier for someone to gain access to your account.