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  • Opinion: PSN Apology: What Else Would You Have Sony Do?

    Now that the PlayStation Network’s back, Sony’s trotting out something it's calling a "PlayStation Network and Qriocity Customer Appreciation Program," prompting cries of "too much" or "too little" in certain press channels.

  • News: PSN Appreciation Program perks detailed

    In the wake of the PlayStation Network's untimely downtime, Sony has detailed its plans to win back the trust of the spurned consumer masses. (Spoiler: with free stuff.)

  • News: After hack, Sony offers freebies to unhappy gamers

    After hackers knocked its PlayStation Network offline for nearly a month, Sony is now trying to make amends by giving customers free video games.

  • News: PopCap Signs Agreement with Amazon

    The casual gaming behemoth has announced an exclusive arrangement with Amazon.com for the distribution of its games to Android devices.

  • News: No PSN for Japan

    Sony's online services haven't yet come back online in Japan because the government won't let the company throw the switch just yet.

  • News: SOE Says Welcome Back

    Now that PSN is well on the road to recovery, Sony Online Entertainment's services are also coming back online.

  • News: Lords of Football's Lifestyle Gameplay

    Italian developer Geniaware has announced its new game, which puts an interesting new spin on the typically spreadsheet-like sport management genre.

  • News: Sony PlayStation Network Lurches to Life

    The good news is, Sony shares are up off reports the PlayStation Network, Sony Online Entertainment, and media-streaming service Qriocity returned from the hereafter this weekend. The bad news is, it’s one of those part-zombie resurrections: the PlayStation Network’s only partly working, and even then, only for some.

  • News: PlayStation Network and Qriocity back for users outside Asia

    Millions of PlayStation users are once again able to shoot, fight and race their way through online worlds after Sony resumed online gaming service late Saturday and Sunday in many major markets.

  • News: Sony resuming PlayStation Network, Qriocity services

    Sony will begin a phased resumption of its PlayStation Network and Qriocity services on Sunday, more than three weeks after a cyber attack that resulted in the loss of personal information on more than 100 million customers.

  • News: How to play video games in order to work smarter

    It's safe to say that employers generally frown on workers who play video games during work time. As common sense dictates, you're obviously not working when trying to win virtual gold by playing World of Warcraft or stealthily assassinating the enemy in Call of Duty: Black Ops.

  • News: Guinness Awards Gaming Records to iPhone 4, App Store

    The Guinness Book of World Records has bestowed the honor of fastest-growing gaming system upon Apple's iPhone 4, as well as noting that the App Store itself and several games in it also have set records.

  • News: iPhone, Apps Set Guinness World Records

    Move over Nintendo and Sony. The iPhone 4 and Apple's App Store nabbed a few gaming titles in the Guinness World Records 2011 Gamer's Edition.

  • News: SOE Details Make Good Plans

    Sony Online Entertainment has revealed its plans to compensate its players for the downtime its games servers have been suffering following the recent hacks.

  • News: First Modern Warfare 3 Info

    A number of sources have leaked a wealth of details about this year's Call of Duty game, which still hasn't been officially confirmed by Activision.

  • Opinion: Sony PSN outage letter leaked; adds nothing new

    A letter Sony reportedly sent to developers in recent days is making the rounds this morning, but if you're looking for further insight into the PSN outage, you won't find it here.

  • News: Microsoft's Frenemies: The Necessity of Partnering Up

    Microsoft's partnerships with RIM, Nokia and Yahoo (and acquisition of Skype) underscore the need to form alliances against Google or Apple in certain markets.

  • News: Experts on PSN Hack: Sony Could Have Done More

    As the PlayStation Network outage enters its fourth week, with no definite answer to the question of when service will be restored, security experts have told PCWorld that Sony could have done more to prevent PSN from being infiltrated by hackers.

  • News: Angry Birds hits the web for free, yippee!

    Good news, Angry Birds fans: Rovio's addictive time-wasting exercise in pork pummeling is now available in the Chrome Web Store. Users of Google's Chrome browser can download a prerelease version of Angry Birds, according to the developer's blog.

  • News: Starhawk Announced for PS3

    2006's multiplayer shooter Warhawk is finally getting a sequel, and this time it's coming to retail, bringing a substantial single-player component with it.



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