Sony lays out the details of its complimentary identity theft protection program for U.S. customers, with similar announcements to follow soon in other regions.
Sony's CEO Howard Stringer has apologized to users of the company's PlayStation Network and Qriocity services for the "inconvenience and concern" caused by the recent cyber attack, and told customers that the outage will end "in the coming days."
Sony details plans for the initial restoration of PSN and Qrirocity services, as well as its "Welcome Back" customer appreciation program.
Sony boss Kaz Hirai addresses the ongoing PlayStation Network and Qriocity service outage in a press conference, saying the plan is to have full service restored within the month.
Sony releases another Q&A addressing more common questions being lobbed in its direction as the ongoing PlayStation Network/Qriocity service outage continues into its tenth day.
A security firm has said that recent discussions on underground Internet forums suggest that the recently stolen PlayStation data belonging to millions of gamers is now up for sale.
Sony posts a major update on the status of the PlayStation Network and Qriocity outages and associated data theft.
The fallout from PSN's security breach continues, as a lawsuit is filed and subscribers report credit card fraud.
Sony has kept a fairly tight lid on its PSN and Qriocity outage, but has now revealed that subscriber information has been stolen.
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.
PlayStation Portable owners will soon be able to tap into Sony's Music Unlimited streaming service starting at $3.99 per month.
Reports out of Japan say that Sony is on track to release a tablet in the very near future. Could it be the S1?
A Microsoft job posting makes its look like the company is considering a move to a cloud-hosted multimedia service currently dubbed "Ventura."
Sony may introduce the S2 dual-screen clamshell device in the coming year, a device we hesitate to call a tablet.