Sony rumored to be spec-cutting in hopes of launching its handheld PSP-successor at a 3DS-competitive price point.
A GameStop Trax survey indicates a clear majority of PlayStation 3 owners remain loyal in the wake of the PSN outage.
See if you can spot how many things don't go boom in Activision's apocalyptic debut trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Sony plans line of 'remastered' PlayStation Portable games for the PlayStation 3.
Sony subsidiary So-Net admits someone broke into its Internet service and made off with virtual currency worth upwards of $1,200.
Is Rockstar's post-WW2 Los Angeles-based crime saga making game consoles a little hot under the collar?
Sony says its PSN Web page wasn’t hacked, but admits it was (almost) exploited.
Users claim they've found a new way to hack PSN member accounts, and Sony may have taken the PSN login page down in response.
The PSN's mostly back worldwide, but in Sony's home country, the service remains offline pending government regulatory approval.
Sony's 'apology package' is more than enough in financial restitution for the 26 days lost, but the real apology comes when the network's proven safe and sound.
Letter claimed to be from Sony to publishing partners suggests the company's telling everyone the same story.
Want the first batch of Angry Birds levels free? Google's happy to oblige, and it's added exclusive 'Chrome-inspired' levels, too.
Three weeks into Sony's PSN outage, developers are starting to grumble about revenue losses.
The latest scuttlebutt has PSN game-related matchmaking returning to duty sometime this week.