Spanish authorities have apprehended members of the group 'Anonymous'.
Remain calm -- you can still play online.
End of the month deadlines be damned.
Identity protection program and phased service roll-out broken down.
Codemasters has stated that Sony must fix the PlayStation Store before you can get your rally fix on their console.
Sony earnings call reports staggering losses.
Memo issued to industry partners reveals Sony's plans.
Sony takes down all web site sign-in pages due to security issues. Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water....
Come inside to read about the freebies that will be offered to North American, Latin American and European PS3 and PSP owners.
The Land of the Rising Sun demands stronger security practices.
Heavy password request volume is delaying Sony's response rate.
Kaz Hirai addresses PlayStation owners on the phased reintroduction of the PSN.
Over one month of free access and a ton of free in-game stuff is in store for users.
The game's producer admits that the PSN outage has affected its development cycle.
A Capcom corporate officer speaks up on the firm's lost revenues as well as his personal gaming time.
Looks like you'll be postponing those plans for online Brink matches on the PS3.
As expected, Sony has delayed the PlayStation Network resurrection.
Too bad they didn't offer this BEFORE their users' identities were stolen.
The Sony bigwig recaps the recent PSN developments and addresses why they didn't inform users about the stolen data sooner.
Sony takes "an important step" towards the restoration of services.
More scary numbers: 12,700 credit and debit card numbers were illegally obtained. Free SOE access will be offered as an apology.
Is Sony Online Entertainment's system as safe from attack as originally believed?
"Welcome Back" program offers an apology to users in the form of free stuff.