Sony is offering PlayStation Network users in North America free games to keep, free virtual items for PlayStation Home and other goodies. Is it enough to bring you back?
Tracking the hot trend of gamification -- using game-like elements to boost engagement in everything from social games, such as Zynga's FarmVille, to losing weight and staying on top of your finances.
Texas native Libe Goad resides in New York City and has spent the past decade covering technology and video games for publications including Blender, PC Magazine, Bust, Seventeen and Sync.
Sony has finally brought the PlayStation Network back online. PS3 users need to install new firmware and change passwords before they can access the service. But will they bother?
Sony's protracted PlayStation Network outage is making gamers trade in their PS3s, and is affecting some games' resale value. Can Sony fix this mess in time, or is it already too late?
Over the past few years, Zynga has worked with several big-name brands to create elaborate in-game promotions. 7-Eleven was one of the earliest, followed by McDonald’s, Dreamworks, American Express, as well as celebrities such as Snoop Dogg and Dr.
Sony's self-imposed deadline to get the PlayStation Network back up and running has passed and now the company is saying that further tests are necessary. Even when PSN is back, will gamers trust it?
Has the bubble already burst on the Facebook gaming market? A recent AdAge article says 'yes,' especially for smaller game developers who are trying to make their games stand out in an otherwise very crowded space.
Sony used outdated software on its PlayStation Network servers, according to the testimony of a security expert sitting before a congressional subcommittee.As reported by The Consumerist, Dr.
If you know anything about the gaming world -- being trim and fit doesn’t exactly fit the stereotype of the average game player (trust me, it’s a tough balance to maintain). However, several sites and applications have shown that using game-like elements can help you lose those extra 10, 20, 40 stubborn pounds.
Reeling from bad press over its sloppy security, Sony has implicated the 'hacktivist' collective called Anonymous. But a spokesman for the organization says they've been set up. Whom do you believe?
Just when you thought things couldn't get any worse for Sony, the company admits to another security failure that exposed personal information on another 24.6 million user accounts.