The fallout from the Sony PlayStation network hacking disaster carries on, and now it has had a negative impact on the firm’s share prices. Share trading in Japan has just started again after the country’s rather cool sounding Golden Week holiday period, and after a dismal drop of over 4% the Sony shares recovered a little to end up almost 2 and a half percent off...

The hacking group known as ‘Anonymous’ has denied any involvement in the latest attack on the Playstation Network after a folder named after the group was found on the server. The folder allegedly contained a text file with the groups’ slogan “We are Anonymous.  We are Legion.  We do not forgive.  We do not forget.  Expect us.” But the group has hit back...

Well, we’ve all been waiting patiently on a PlayStation Network update. Ok, maybe not that patiently. Anyway, a new Sony updated has confirmed a few facts which we will share with you here. This same information is contained in an email which is being sent out to by Sony to all PSN registered users. The Sony statement says that they discovered between the 17th and 19th...

The Playstation Network has been down for six days now and PSN users are become increasingly irate at the lack of updates with some making demands of refunds, free credits and even claims for damages for amenities such as broadband costs which have been ‘wasted’. This has prompted Sony to issue a statement via their official blog. Plea for patience Sony’s official...

The Playstation Network is entering its fifth day of downtime today with no clear indication on when the network will be back up, since our last update there has been another post on the official Playstation blog after confirming on Saturday that the PSN network was taken down due to an ‘external intrusion’. The new post again explains that the PSN and Qriocity services...

As we are sure you are aware the Playstation Network has been down since Wednesday and yesterday we were informed by way of the official Playstation blog that it could remain this way for up to 48 hours. Gamers all over the world waited for news that didn’t come yesterday and this morning we have a little more to share. This time it’s from Patrick Seybold,...

Millions of gamers across the world are switching on their PS3’s to discover that the Playstation Network is down many of whom assumed it’s a minor glitch. Sadly this isn’t the case as Sony confirms that the entire network could be down for a further 48 hours meaning online game play could be out of the question until Saturday at the earliest. That would mean the...