and the frivolous patent infringement lawsuit award of this week goes to … drumroll, please … Digitude Innovations, suing RIM, LG, Sony, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola, HTC, and Amazon.
IP company LVL Patent Group has filed nine patent infringement suits against a total of 120 defendants primarily in the wireless and communications industry.
The PlayStation Suite SDK will allow developers to create one game across numerous Android-powered and Sony devices.
Although there's no confirmed amount of RAM despite previous reports and rumors, Samsung is reportedly providing the CPU for Sony's PlayStation Vita.
George Hotz, better known in some circles as GeoHot, garnered quite a lot of attention when he was sued by Sony for his PlayStation 3 hack. However, it seems things are going quite well for the 21-year-old now.
Well, it’s been a long time coming, and it might be a little later than Sony anticipated, but the PlayStation Store is coming back.
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.
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 iPhone 5 may or may not be coming out in 2011. Assuming it does, there will be plenty of Android-based competition to deal with.
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.
Crackle's free streaming video service has landed on the PlayStation 3, BRAVIA HDTVs and other Sony products.
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.
Nvidia reports that the PlayStation Suite is coming to Tegra-based smartphones and tablets later this year, but there's talk that PS2 games will eventually arrive too.
Like Microsoft opening the community doors for Kinect, Sony is playing copycat by granting "hacking" access to the PlayStation Move.
PS3 hacker George Hotz has been ordered to hand over his computers as part of a temporary restraining order.
Pictures of the upcoming Sony Ericsson Zeus smartphone leave little doubt that Sony has a good shot at attracting an influential group of young customers that should have gone to Microsoft.