Rumors of a weekend Sony hack attack turn out to be false, and Sony says its PlayStation Network may not be fully back until the end of May.
Sony says its rebuilt PSN has entered final testing, as claims emerge that hackers plan fresh attacks on Sony this weekend.
NPD Group releases study results suggesting mobile gamers account for half of all full-game video game downloads.
Nintendo drops the price of its flagship console and sweetens the bundle, while launching a new line of value-priced Wii games.
Voice of fan favorite Modern Warfare character drops clues suggesting Call of Duty next-in-series announcement imminent.
Sony details latest info-breach, admitting nearly 24,000 credit card and bank accounts were exposed in attack on Sony Online Entertainment.
If you thought all hackers grabbed when they infiltrated Sony's PlayStation Network was personal info, think again.
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Sony Japan apologizes for lengthy PlayStation Network outage, says PSN and Qriocity will be back in part this week, but is it too little, too late?
Minecraft version 1.6 will include bug fixes, but also a new feature that should thrill armchair cartographers.
Sony's PlayStation Network is down: tens of millions may have had personal data stolen. Where does Sony go from here?
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Nintendo gets in front of rumors and confirms Wii successor codenamed Project Café, available in 2012, and viewable at E3 2011 in June.
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Valve says it won't provide Steam sales and calls the idea of sales charts 'old'.