Entries in 'psn' (423)
PlayStation customers have been told not to expect PSN to return in the coming days.
"As an executive responsible for running a business, the resulting outage obviously costing us hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars in revenue that were planned for within our ...
In a fresh blow for PSN's security worries, Sony has omitted over the weekend that it was forced to remove the details of some 2,500 PSN users that were posted ...
The PSN security crisis – which saw personal data of 77m customers stolen and forced Sony’s online games service offline for over two weeks – is a warning to the ...
Tuesday May 3rd – that's the day first earmarked by Sony for the return of PSN. But as of today, Saturday May 7th, we're still none the wiser as ...
While remaining tight lipped about a specific return date for PSN, Sony has indicated that it has entered the final stages of testing its rebuilt console service.
With PSN seemingly on the verge of a return to service, worrying rumours have emerged online claiming that Sony is being targeted for a third PSN attack this weekend.
For all the headlines in recent years about digital destroying traditional retail, the recent PSN crisis sees us return to reality.
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.
It looks as if the once much discussed 3DS debut for gangsta series Saints Row has been cancelled.
The fanatical online activist group Anonymous has been named by Sony as a suspect of the PlayStation Network data breach.
The positions of both chief executive SIr Howard Stringer and corporate executive officer and executive VP Kaz Hirai are under threat as a result of the ongoing PSN saga.
PlayStation Network operator Sony has dismissed claims that hackers who obtained user information from its servers have been trying to sell the data on the black market.
Sony's deputy president Kaz Hirai will host a media briefing tomorrow to address the issues surrounding the PSN saga – the first time a senior executive has spoken about the ...
A US man has filed a lawsuit against Sony following the PSN hacker attack and user data leak that has seen the service shut down for over a week.
The hacker who arguably set the ball rolling on events that eventually lead up to the collapse of PSN last week has denied involvement in the breach – but has ...
PlayStation platform holder Sony has confirmed that it hopes to have some PSN services back online by May 3rd.