Japan will be the last country to regain access to Sony's PlayStation Network and Qriocity video and music services after April's cyberattack on the network. Plus: A brief outage--for maintenance.
On the music front, Sony long ago ruled with the Walkman, and stumbled badly with its Connect service. Can it reclaim lost glory by relying on the cloud and its PlayStation network?
A major security breach has blemished the reputation of Sony's fledgling subscription music service, Qriocity. Sony had plenty to worry about even before the intrusion.
A name change aimed at unifying a broad range of Sony consumer services is coming soon, CNET has learned.
The cloud-centric "Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity" streaming service debuts in France, Germany, Italy, and Spain. Word is that Sony will bring it to the U.S. soon.
Sony admits an "unauthorised person" has stolen the personal information of more than 70 million users of its PlayStation Network, which could be down for another week.
Sony is bringing its Music Unlimited cloud service to a fistful of handheld devices, letting you stream music to your Sony Ericsson Xperia Play or Xperia Arc phone, and PSP or NGP handheld console.
Sony's store has not been officially announced, but the company has confirmed that it's testing out a new marketplace.
In its latest measure, Sony is offering Sony Online customers a month of free service, plus ID theft monitoring and in-game perks to make up for the outage related to the security breach. Is that enough?
PSN and Qriocity users can now go to Sony's site to sign up for an identity-theft protection service. They need only to input an e-mail address to receive an activation code.