Entries in 'outage' (20)
New Wii U and 3DS owners were unable to purchase digital content for their new machines for much of the Christmas break.
Two weeks after the launch of its brand new website, retailer GAME has apologised for the disruption that the troubled period has caused for its customers.
Microsoft has said that it was saddened by the attack on PSN in April and that occurrences of this kind are bad for entire industry.
Sony has claimed that sales of PS3 consoles in the US climbed 14 per cent in May compared to the same month in 2010, according to NPD data
The growing problem of online hacking represents more than simply a danger to PlayStation – it could actually threaten society itself.
SCEA boss Jack Tretton opened Sony's E3 conference last night with what appeared to be a very sincere apology for the PlayStation network outage that has dominated the headlines over ...
Sony's troubles with online security are from over, if a new claim by hackers is to be believed.
"Hey Sony, you know we're making off with a bunch of your internal stuff right now and you haven't even noticed? Slow and steady, guys."
Sony has said that the PlayStation store will return in a number of key territories by the end of the week.
The Xbox Live Marketplace was inoperable for a brief period last night, though Microsoft has insisted that the problems were not due to any kind of hack or intrusion.
PSN remains online, but it seems that hackers are not letting up on their tirade against PlayStation platform holder Sony.
The ‘PSN crisis’ is thankfully over. The service is slowly rolling back out again, more secure than ever, and consumers have been handed some free content for the inconvenience.
Sony has detailed ambitious plans to protect its PlayStation Network from future hacks.
Sony must make online security a new priority, Culture Minister Ed Vaizey has said in response to the PlayStation Network data breach.
Leading execs from two of the world's biggest publishers have downplayed the economic impact that the collapse of PSN has had on their companies.
The ongoing global shutdown of the PlayStation Network has left a UK studio with “absolutely no revenues” for a week.
Amazon has stated that the outage that it suffered on Satudrady was a result of hardware failure and not online ‘hacktivism’ as has been claimed.