PCs and game consoles get interesting again with new technology requiring beefed-up hardware
Are Christmas videogames sieges now becoming a tradition?
Computing's Danny Palmer almost found out the hard way how cyber criminals are getting craftier...
DataStax co-founder Matt Pfeil explains how real-time and interactive services are transforming the gaming industry, and how other companies can use the same approaches too
Vincent Omari claims he is just a spokesperson for the Lizard Squad and has nothing to do with PSN and Xbox Live attacks
Or maybe not, if network latency isn't radically reduced in the next five years
Sony has once again seen its online services taken down by outsiders
'Sony doesn't understand security': Why PlayStation Network is such an attractive target for hackers
Sony's poor reputation for security and the prestige of taking down a gaming giant attracts hackers
Both Sony and Microsoft claim one million-plus sales - but Sony does so over fewer countries
Microsoft's $2bn a year from Android patent licensing disguises big losses in Xbox, Skype and mobile - analyst
"Pure profit" from Android patent licensing covering up moribund Entertainment and Devices group, claims Nomura analyst
Tech giant expects to make only £190m for the year
PS3 and PS4 manufacturer says it still disagrees with the fine, but won't continue to fight against it
Investor ups stake but lays down law to struggling electronics firm
Sony shares stage "relief rally" at missed opportunity by Microsoft
Twenty-five teraflop budget supercomputer now being used by Jordanian university
Multiplatform interfacing the focus for new home gaming system
Is the ICO too scared or too lazy to take on the private sector?
Record fine for April 2011 data breach. Sony plans to appeal
Other Japanese electronics firms similarly troubled
Corporate giant seeks security professional. GSOH essential. Relationship may be extremely short-term...
Sony has failed in a variety of interesting ways since it was hacked. But does it actually matter?
Sony chief says he can't guarantee the security of anything that connects to the internet