Sony Network Entertainment boss Tim Schaaff to retire
Sony is losing the boss of its Music Unlimited service, Tim Schaaff, who has announced plans to retire at the end of this year.
November 8, 2012
Sony kills its Qriocity brand in favour of Sony Entertainment Network
Sony's Qriocity brand was always slightly wince-inducing, but now it's been consigned to the dumper. At the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin yesterday, Sony revealed that it's mothballing Qriocity, moving its music...
September 1, 2011
Three men arrested in PlayStation hacking investigation
Three Spanish men have been arrested as part of the investigation into the Anonymous collective's recent hack attacks on Sony's PlayStation Network and related services. The arrests were made in Almeria, Barcelona and Valencia,...
June 13, 2011
Anonymous denies responsibility for Sony’s cloud services hack
Earlier this week, Sony pointed the finger at hacktivist group Anonymous for its recent major security breach in PlayStation Network and Music Unlimited. Now Anonymous has hit back, publishing a statement denying responsibility...
May 6, 2011
VidZone launches pre-programmed music TV channels
We wrote about VidZone when it launched last year: it's an on-demand music video service for Sony's PlayStation 3 console. It's signed up three million users since then, and is now evolving with a new feature: VidZone TV
April 23, 2010
Sony boss Howard Stringer consolidates power in re-org
Sony's wide-ranging corporate reorganisation has thrown up another surprise - chairman and CEO Howard Stringer is now taking on the role of president too, with current Sony president Ryoji Chubachi stepping back to vice chairman...
March 2, 2009