At CES 2013, Sony Network Entertainment COO Shawn Layden talks Music Unlimited and the PlayStation Store with CNET contributor Christopher MacManus.
Voila! The graphic gurus at Sony unveil a new look for the PlayStation Store on PlayStation 3.
Sony says late Wednesday that the last piece of its PlayStation Network is once again available following a more than one-month hiatus due to a massive security breach.
The company says it will fully restore most remaining services to its PlayStation Network sometime this week, following a security breach last month. Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea are excluded.
Itching to get your hands on your free copy of inFamous, LittleBigPlanet, or Killzone Liberation? You'll be able to grab your free Sony games by the end of May when the PlayStation Store reopens.
Though the ability to play games and watch downloaded movies returned last weekend, a leaked letter from Sony to developers says the ability to buy new games and movies will start again on May 24.
The PlayStation Network is officially the first console marketplace to offer original content from premium cable network HBO. Starting today, PlayStation 3 and PSP owners will be able to purchase and download seasons and individual episodes via the PlayStation Store.
The Sony PSP 3000 is now available, along with a firmware update that adds direct download access to the PlayStation Store.
The latest firmware update on the PS3 will add DTS-HD Master Audio decoding, plus a major overhaul to the PlayStation Store.
For the first time, PSP owners will be able to download games right from their PCs.