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Following a six-hour outage on Xbox Live yesterday, the PlayStation Network appears to be down for certain games including Call of Duty: Warzone and Minecraft for the past several hours today.
Account Management, Gaming And Social, PlayStation Store, and PlayStation Music services on the PlayStation Network are all currently experiencing outages for some users, Sony acknowledged.
Sony is currently offering a wide range of games for sale at slashed prices on the PlayStation Store. The promo includes titles for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation VR.
Sony has announced that players can now change their online ID at will, and the first change will be free of charge, while subsequent changes will cost $9.99. There are some risks, though.
The PlayStation network is experiencing issues with connectivity, as its account management, and gaming and social services, are currently listed as out. The company is working to fix the issues.
The much-awaited Online ID changing feature for PlayStation Network is finally confirmed. Sony announced today that the feature is in testing and that it will roll out to everyone in 2019.
If you regret the gaming tag you chose one fateful night as a drunken teenager, you might be in luck as a new report suggests Sony may finally allow players to change their name on PSN.
Did you see that Zen Studios released a new Marvel two-pack this week? If you want to grab a copy for yourself, come on in and see for yourself how easy it is... after you read the review, of course.
No Man's Sky is a very popular gaming title that recently came out. But there's a growing backlash against the game thanks to technical issues and too much hype, leading users to demand refunds.
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.
While hacking group Phantom Squad says that it plans to knock Xbox Live and PSN offline over Christmas, rival group 'SkidNP' says it "will be attacking Steam and Minecraft servers".
The website of hacking collective Phantom Squad has been defaced by a rival hacking group, known as 'SKidNP' - although it initially appeared that the defacement was carried out by Lizard Squad.
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.
Microsoft was among many companies targeted in Lizard Squad's hack-for-hire services. The cybergang became notorious after forcing PSN and Xbox Live to go offline on Christmas last year.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested in the UK, and computing equipment confiscated, as part of a joint investigation with the FBI into recent attacks against Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network.
PlayStation Plus members affected by the Christmas outage will receive a five-day extension and a once-off 10% discount in the PlayStation Store as a "thank you" for their patience.
Kim Dotcom is the sole person responsible for stopping Lizard Squad's attack on Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network, according to Kim. He offered Lizard Squad an unlimited Mega account in exchange.
Sony and Microsoft have been hit with another attack rendering their respective gaming services offline. "Lizard Squad" has been suspected of causing the latest issues.
From free music and festive deals, to Lenovo's global recall, Flight Sim's return, the end of the Nexus 5 and the cheapest Windows Phone ever, we look back at highlights from the week's top tech news.
After hacker group Lizard Squad claimed responsibility for two Xbox Live outages last week, the same group has taken credit for bringing down Sony's PlayStation Network today.
Today we have a giveaway containing 6 games, Dungeon Defenders 2 - Early Access, Football Manager 2015, Sniper Elite 3, Tesla Effect, Robotex all on PC - with Trine 2 on the PlayStation 4
The PlayStation Network has suffered a DDOS attack on Sunday. Despite the attack, no personal information has been accessed and services are gradually being restored.
Sony has posted on their PlayStation blog website that the newest update to the PS4 software will include the "Share Play" feature, which was first introduced at E3, in addition to many others.
The massive attack that brought down the PlayStation Network is not yet forgotten. Sony has finally agreed to a $15m settlement, mainly giving away free games and services to affected users.
Sony announced today that it has now sold over 2.1 million PlayStation 4 units since it launched in the U.S. November 15th, but efforts to fully restore the PlayStation Network are still being made.
The PlayStation Network is experiencing sign-in issues following the launch of the PS4 in Europe and Sony has disabled the ability to use digital vouchers temporarily as a result.
That's what Sony says anyway, although the company has also stated this only affects 'some' users, the phenomenon appears to affecting gamers' in the US, Europe and Japan.
PlayStation is planning and working on a revamp for the PlayStation store to help users to find content more efficiently. From what we can see, it looks like Sony's taken notes from Microsoft.
Come face to face with some famous Doctor Who enemies such as the Cybermen, the Silence and the Daleks in the BBC's latest game released today for the PlayStation 3, Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock.
Scourge: Outbreak is a new third-person shooter game that will be released later this year on a host of formats. There will be four-player co-op, nine weapons and an XP system. The game is due Q3 2012
A court has cleared the way for Sony to change the Terms of Service for what is now known as its Entertainment Network (formerly PSN), arguing that users make a conscious decision to use the service.
Musical icon, Michael Jackson's back catalogue was apparently one of the pieces of content which was stolen in Sony's security breach last year. This theft includes 50,000 individual tracks.
Win it before you can buy it! Zen Studios has given us some free codes to use as giveaways to our readers. Now you can play the latest Pinball FX2 release, Epic Quest, due to be released on Tuesday!
Nintendo has announced plans to launch the Nintendo Network, a new online gaming service for its 3DS portable game console and the upcoming Wii U console that could rival Xbox Live and the PSN.
Zen Studios released another four-pack of Marvel comic inspired tables. How does this compare to their other tables? Is it worth a purchase? We'll examine all four tables and let you know!
The highly anticipated beta for Assassin's Creed: Revelations will be a timed exclusive on the PlayStation Network. Some of the content, including a new trailer, have been shared by Ubisoft.
The special month long "Welcome Back" program for users of Sony's Playstation Network is about to come to an end. At midnight Pacific time on Sunday, July 3 owners of the Playstation 3 and PSP...
Sony's recent attacks from hacker groups, the most recent of which saw Sony BMG falling victim, have been estimated to cost the company within the region of $1 billion. But while users see the figure...