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.
Sony has pulled its sponsorship of a controversial environmental movie featuring exploding children.
There are two dedicated Move controllers for Sony's PlayStation Move and you need both to get the full Move experience. But do you really need to buy both? Nope!
That console of yours that's going to be turning four or five years old this year -- it'll be playing Crysis 2, and it'll look awesome.
Microsoft pats itself on the back for not having a high-definition optical storage medium such as Blu-ray Disc.
As speculated last week, some gamers are taking their recalled versions of LittleBigPlanet over to Ebay, racking in the big bucks.
Sony yesterday launched Life With PlayStation on the PlayStation 3 console, a new service taking over the existing slot of Folding@Home in the XMB's Network section.