Huge news in the hacker world: Renowned PS3 and iPhone jailbreaker George "GeoHot" Hotz now reportedly works for Facebook.
Sony says that the hacker group Anonymous is behind, or at least partially responsible for, the huge security breach of its PlayStation Network — a claim the elusive hacktivists firmly deny.
First Sony said they were "rebuilding" their PlayStation Network after an intrusion; now they say they have no idea when it'll be back up.
Sony officially confirms that the loss of service on PlayStation Network and Qriocity is the result of an "external intrusion," though hacker group Anonymous denies any involvement.
After taking a few rounds of beatings, the legal team of PlayStation 3 jailbreak hacker George "GeoHot" Hotz has come off the ropes swinging at SCEA and their lawsuit.
A California magistrate has granted Sony permission to access the PayPal records of hacker George "GeoHot" Hotz, who published the first-ever PS3 jailbreak online in 2009.
A judge has ruled that Sony may unmask the identities of anyone who visited the website of George "GeoHot" Hotz, which contained PlayStation 3 jailbreak tools.
George "Geohot" Hotz, famed hacker of the iPhone and lately of the PS3, started a blog over the weekend to help raise funds for his legal fight with Sony.
A judge has refused to rescind a ruling that says PS3 hacker George Hotz must allow Sony to inspect his PC.
It's possible that Sony is toying with the idea of giving users everything they need to hack Move controllers and bring motion control to a PC near you.
Mistaking it for a reference to "Battleship," Sony accidentally retweets the jailbreak code that it is trying to keep from being published.
Sony has been granted a temporary injunction against George Hotz, preventing him from publishing information about jailbreaking PlayStation 3 consoles.
iPhone hacker George Hotz announced he's hacked the "unhackable" PlayStation 3.