As promised earlier this week, all PlayStation Network services are being restored today in Europe, America and most of Asia. On Tuesday, we reported that Sony intended to bring back the service by the end of the week. Today, Sony is confirming it once again in a press release.
If you're a PlayStation Network customer, you may be happy to know you'll likely have your services back really soon: later this week according to Sony.
Ever wish the PlayStation 3 had a smaller form factor and a built-in monitor? This "portable" console is a water-cooled PlayStation 3 retrofitted into a custom-made laptop case.
Not content with fighting what appears to be their own personal war against online hackers, Sony has today released details of a new official wireless headset and microphone combination that they believe takes gaming to a new aural high.
PlayStation Network users have been having a hard time lately, with successive hacks, followed by a long downtime which continues to this day. At least they will now be able to tell whether the service is down or not thanks to a simple iPhone App.
United States-based PlayStation Network users will now be able to register for a free Identity Protection service, thanks to an arrangement made by Sony with Debix.
The last few months have been quite a PR disaster for Sony: last month, the system got hacked for the first time, and information leaked, including emails, passwords and even credit card numbers. Then, after a period of downtime, the system gets hacked again, multiple times, and just after it was just starting to be phased back in, behold: an unresolved exploit has been publicized.
Sony have today released details of their PSN 'Welcome Back' package for North American customers, with PlayStation Plus service and free games the order of the day.
Sony's servers may have been taken down using Amazon's servers according to Bloomberg. Citing people familiar with the matter, Bloomberg claims Amazon's 'Amazon Web Services' servers may have been used to attack Sony's online presence.
Sony today pushed out a new software update for its PS3 console in preparation for the return of its PlayStation Network service.