Tagged:  Sony

By Kristen Spencer, June 9, 2011 Comments Off on Sony may never catch hackers, know what they stole News

Sony has admitted that they may may never catch the hackers responsible for the security breach that compromised the personal info of 100 million users of PSN, SOE and Qriocity. In fact, forget finding out who they are, they’re still… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, June 7, 2011 Comments Off on Sony admits PSPgo was all sorts of wrong News

With the still-codenamed NGP releasing later this year, Sony seems ready to admit that its ill-fated predecessor, the PSPgo, was a mistake. The PSPgo was designed above all else to be portable. But Sony sorta overlooked the fact that gamers… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, May 19, 2011 Comments Off on Sony promises return of PlayStation Store on May 24 News

Set your giant countdown clocks for 5 days – according to a memo sent to developers and publishing partners, Tuesday, May 24 is when Sony has promised the return of the PlayStation Store. The memo, obtained by Gamasutra, confirms Sony’s… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, April 7, 2011 Comments Off on Anonymous suspends attack, Sony admits to attack in the first place News

The day after Anonymous promised to wage war against Sony in response to the company’s legal actions against fellow hackers Geohot and Graf_Chokolo, the PlayStation Network went down. And stayed down. Sony claimed “sporadic maintenance,” even after Anonymous took credit… Read More »

By Kristen Spencer, April 4, 2011 Comments Off on Hacker group Anonymous sets sights on Sony News

Sony’s handling of the case against PS3 hacker George “GeoHot” Hotz has attracted the attention of “hactivist” group Anonymous, who have previously targeted Gawker, Amazon, Mastercard and the whole of Scientology. “Congratulations, Sony. You have now received the undivided attention… Read More »