Sony Thinks Your PSN Pain and Suffering is Worth Up to $104

Sony is sorry it got hacked and that you've been locked-out of the Playstation Network for over three weeks. Now it would like to buy your forgiveness. Exactly how much the company is willing to part with depends largely upon what kind PSN-user you were previous to the outage, and which of the two Sony gaming platforms … » 5/16/11 9:30pm 5/16/11 9:30pm

You're Not the Only Victim: Criminal Hackers May Also Suffer from PSN…

The massive breach of Sony's PSN service has resulted in the possible theft of an unprecedented amount of sensitive information. The ramifications have been felt not only by consumers, but banks, credit card issuers, and other tributary industries. But here are some victims you probably haven't considered: other… » 5/05/11 12:30am 5/05/11 12:30am

Good News! The Infamous 2 Beta Has Been Extended!

Developer Sucker Punch is giving Infamous 2 beta testers and early access mission designers more time with the game's beta. Why? Because the PlayStation Network is still offline, naturally, making it really difficult to beta test. Sucker Punch says on Facebook that the extension period is still TBD. We'll know after… » 4/25/11 4:30pm 4/25/11 4:30pm

Sony Doesn't Know Yet If Your Credit Card Number Was Stolen

Sony has not yet determined if the personal information or credit card numbers of users on the still-offline Playstation Network have been stolen, according to a Sony spokesman. » 4/25/11 11:15am 4/25/11 11:15am