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Xbox Live logins using Microsoft accounts have offered two-factor authentication since 2013 - but Sony is finally catching up, confirming that it's preparing to add 2FA to the PlayStation Network.
Although we have yet to see Sony announce anything officially, new details have emerged from undisclosed sources that claim the updated console won't get its own games, among other things.
The PlayStation 4 was the best-selling console in the US, claiming top spot partially thanks to The Division. But Microsoft is looking to the future and touting the success of Quantum Break.
With rumors that a new PlayStation is on the horizon, how is Microsoft preparing to solidify the offerings in its Xbox stable? If an upgraded Xbox is not in the cards, is it an entirely new console?
Ubisoft Massive talks about Tom Clancy's The Division's first major update, called "Incursions", and how it will improve many aspects of the game as well as add much harder end-game content.
There's been a couple alleged sources claiming revamped consoles are coming in the near future. Now we can add one more source which actually suggests a soft announcement window for the "PS4.5".
Sony has announced the formation of a new company, which it says will focus on providing "full-fledged game titles" for various smart devices, including iOS and Android phones.
From Amazon shocks and the power of 10, to Windows 10 Mobile's no-show, Google's self-crashing car, more Pi, and an Epic attack on Microsoft, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Bethesda offers good news for players wanting more Fallout 4 in their lives by detailing the first wave of DLC. Plus, the seasons pass is about to get a little more expensive.
The lead writer for the follow-up to the hugely popular 'Titanfall' speaks up about some new additions to the free-running shooter, which includes a full-fledged campaign mode and a spin-off TV show.
Performance Design Products may have the key to unlocking the fastest rapid charging technology we've ever seen, and Microsoft's Xbox One controller is set to be the first benefactor.
Sony has made an official comment confirming that all of their PSN services are "experiencing issues." The problems started on Monday afternoon, and hours later are still unresolved.
Phil Spencer, head of Microsoft's Xbox division, has confirmed that the company's cloud technologies used in Titanfall can be used in any game, even if the title is exclusive to another platform.
A newly-formed hacking group has claimed that they will attempt to take down both Xbox Live and PSN over the coming weeks, to bring the lack of cyber-security to the attention of the public.
Plex just announced that the premium Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStaion 4 apps are now free. Normally these apps would require either a monthly or lifetime subscription to use.
After three decades at Konami, Hideo Kojima has left the company to form his own independent firm named 'Kojima Productions'. The first title to come from the studio will be exclusive to PlayStation.
Just over two years after launching its companion PlayStation App on iOS and Android, Sony has spun off the chat functions from there into its new dedicated 'PlayStation Messages' app.
The release of Star Wars Battlefront has lead many gamers to lash out against EA, due to its lack of gameplay depth. EA is finally ready to address the issue and talk about why this decision was made.
Uncharted 4, Ratchet and Clank, Final Fantasy VII, Dead Star and more get rattled off as titles coming to Playstation 4 in 2016 at the PSX 2015 convention. See what's on tap.
Sony has announced that they will begin the sale of eight PS2 games on the PlayStation Store starting December 5th. The announcement suggests, if we read between the lines, that more games are coming.
The PlayStation Network has experienced a wide service outage which was allegedly due to Black Friday console sales. However, Lizard Squad has claimed responsibility over the attacks.
Sony has acknowledged Playstation Network outages following heavy traffic, likely caused by Black Friday deals. While the service is now returning to normal, issues may still be encountered.
The open beta for Rainbow Six: Siege has been delayed, due to issues with its multiplayer experience. With the game being released in less than a week, these issues could hint at a problematic launch.
The second beta for Rainbow Six Siege is already underway, and open access to the public is scheduled for later today. The beta offers a taste of the Rainbow Six experience, one week prior to release.
After news surfaced of a Star Wars PS4 bundle including titles made for the PS2, and therefore made backwards compatible with the former; Sony has now confirmed it is working on it.
The PlayStation 4 has been rumored to support emulation of older titles. Although Sony has never officially released the feature, it looks to have finally arrived via the Star Wars PS4 bundle.
After initial details of the 'Nintendo PlayStation' prototype emerged back in July, many were skeptical of it's authenticity. Now, the device has been demoed and it's definitely real and still works.
With Halloween just a day away, we have selected our personal favorite titles for the holiday, suitable for a range of ages, and a broad number of gaming platforms.
In order to shift focus towards its PlayStation 4 console, Sony has officially confirmed that there are no first party games being developed for the PlayStation Vita.
Sony's PlayStation 4 gaming console will soon cost $50 less in the United States when the price drops to $349 beginning Friday, Oct. 9, the company announced today.
Last night, tweets from the official Call of Duty Twitter account detailed a fake terrorist attack in Singapore as part of a failed marketing attempt, resulting in a major backlash from fans.
This week, we got our hands on EA's upcoming Mirror's Edge: Catalyst, following the origins of female protagonist, Faith. In the preview, we got our hands on both the story and free roam modes.
Today, Treyarch, the developer of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, announced that only the multiplayer components of for the game will be available for purchase on the Xbox 360 and PS3.
Rockstar Games, developer of the Grand Theft Auto game series, have called the latest TV drama based on the studio, The Gamechangers, 'random, made up bollocks', in a tweet sent to the BBC.
Rockstar have confirmed they are looking to phase out the previous generation of consoles from updates, due to technical limitations. This comes as little surprise, after two years of free content.
The BBC has released a trailer for its new feature-length drama starring Daniel Radcliffe and Bill Paxton - and despite legal action from Rockstar Games, the show's broadcast has now been scheduled.
The new Playstation 4 1TB model is reportedly using outdated hardware, first used in the console at launch. Recent revisions have upgraded minor faults, leaving the older editions to be re-purposed.
After yielding the Gamescom 2015 conference to Microsoft and Xbox One news, Sony is readying a PlayStation press event at this year's Paris Games Week event.
From Cortana's Android takeover and Lenovo's latest shenanigans, to "shit" broadband Down Under, and the end of the 'affordable flagship', it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Sony says it will make pricing changes to its PlayStation Plus subscriptions in the UK from September 1, with three-month subs seeing the largest increase, jumping 25% from £11.99 to £14.99.
Sony has posted positive profits for the quarter, which is largely due to a high number of sales for the PlayStation 4 However, its mobile division continues to stumble, recording a drop in revenue.
An XCOM game titled as "XCOM: Enemy Unknown Plus" has been sighted at the Korean video games rating board website, and is slated for a release on Sony's handheld console, the PlayStation Vita.
There was a time when Sony didn't have its own successful gaming console and wanted to partner with Nintendo. The collaboration never came to fruition, but we luckily get a rare look at the prototype.
Today we got to take a look at Sony's PlayStation booth at E3 2015. Although the booth was not as robust as last year, they still had quality titles on hand for some excellent hands-on time.
Set for a late summer release, the next expansion for Destiny has been confirmed. As promised, this is going to be the biggest expansion of Destiny to-date.
The newest entry in the popular long-running RPG series Fallout has been announced by Bethesda, with more information to come during the E3 gaming conference.
The Xbox One has ended the PlayStation 4's sales streak by outselling the console for the month of April. Though Sony still leads in total sales, this could mark a promising turn around for Microsoft.
Sony has confirmed that it won't be holding its usual media briefing at Gamescom 2015 - but Xbox head Phil Spencer says Microsoft will be there, calling it "an important conference" for the company.
Sony has acquired the game streaming service, OnLive, and will look to integrate some of the company's intellectual properties with existing Sony products and services.