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  • PS3 hacker lands Facebook job

    George Hotz, the notorious hacker who shot to Internet fame for becoming the first person to jailbreak the PlayStation 3, has reportedly landed a job at social networking site, Facebook. Hotz, who also managed to bypass iPhone security measures, was locked into a legal battle with Sony after he re...

  • E3 2011: Sony sums up big announcements with official montage video

    Sony sums up its E3 2011 by combining all the best bits and official announcements from the press conference into one bite-sized video montage. Check out Sony's official montage trailer and stay tuned throughout the week for as many game trailers, screenshots and hands-on previews that our busy l...

  • E3 2011: Affordable 3D PS3 monitor launching later this year

    At E3 2011, Sony has announced that a 3D PlayStation-branded monitor will launch later this year at a very affordable price. One of the major reasons why more people aren't investing in 3D T.V. is that the  monitors are far too expensive, but Sony hopes that the $499 price tag of its new 24 in...

  • Sony's Welcome Back program is now live

    Sony today announced its Welcome Back program is live for PlayStation Network users in North America and Europe. The program gives free PlayStation 3 and PSP games, PlayStation Plus subscriptions, movies and more to users following nearly a month without the online service. Once you log into the Pl...

  • "Anonymous" denies involvement in PlayStation Network hacking

    Infamous hacktivist group “Anonymous” once again distanced itself from claims that it was involved in the hacking of the PlayStation Network and Sony Online Entertainment’s network services, stating that it is “trying to fight criminal activities by corporations and governmen...

  • PSN crisis: Kazuo Hirai to brief press Sunday with a schedule to return PSN service

    Sony’s Kazuo Hirai will brief media Sunday regarding the PlayStation Network hack, marking the first time in this more than week long crisis that an executive of the company publicly discusses the issue. According to a report from Reuters, Hirai will hold the news conference in Tokyo at 2 p.m...

  • PSN crisis: U.S. Homeland Security, FBI helping Sony root out hackers

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is helping investigate the recent PlayStation Network data breach that left over 77 million users' private information at risk. "The Department of Homeland Security is aware of the recent cyber intrusion to Sony's PlayStation Network and Qriocity m...

  • Redbox announces video game rentals at 21,000 locations

    Redbox today announced it will offer video game rentals at more than 21,000 locations nationwide starting on June 17. A test market for video game rentals began in August 2009, and with nearly 64 percent of people in the U.S. owning some form of gaming console, it only makes sense that we can now pi...

  • PSN crisis: Sony details how to protect your personal data

    By this point you already know the drill: Be careful of the emails you open, don’t, under any circumstances, give anyone your social security number, and of course never provide your credit card number to anyone via email or the post. You most likely knew this, but your grandmother who keeps a...

  • Want to change your PSN password? Sony will make it mandatory

    If you are looking for a way to change your PlayStation Network password after learning that the service was hacked, Sony plans to make a password update mandatory when the service is restored. For now that offers little help, but the company said today on the PlayStation Blog that “We are wor...

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