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Netflix gives parents control over viewing options for kids ages 12 and below in Playstation 3
Playstation 3 owners can now gain control over their kids tv program and movie choices with the Netflix “Just for Kids” option. Kids ages 12 and below, are sure to have a lineup of kid-friendly programming. Parents for sure, will heave a sigh of relief because they can be sure that their kids won’t be able to watch violence or sexually themed programs. Programs are shown in menu style. Rather than being descriptive in text, it shows a screenshot of the selection so even kids below the reading age can easily pick what they want to watch.
Netflix for Kids was already made available to PC, Mac, Nintendo Wii and Apple TV users, August last year. It Will be available to Xbox users soon as well.View Article Source »
It took 21 years for The Simpsons to land in game consoles.
The long wait is over. Get ready for the arrival of The Simpsons Arcade Game in Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 this week. The classic game produced by Konami appears in the Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network for download. This game is memorable to most people despite the many Simpsons-related games created in the […]Read the rest of the article »
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan just wrapped up its pre-TGS 2011 presser this afternoon. The company spent the time discussing most of the PlayStation Vita details.
Following Nintendo’s pre-Tokyo Game Show press event in Japan yesterday, Sony also hosted their own conference today — highlighting the official details for its upcoming handheld device, the PlayStation Portable Vita. The core speaker throughout the entire event was the president of Sony Computer Entertainment Japan, Hiroshi Kawano, and it was he who spilled the biggest revelations to the public.
Like Nintendo’s presser, Sony also focused on its handheld console. The media and other attendants of the event were finally given a launching date for the Vita, along with its pricing, data plans, and other additional info. Interestingly, there are also a lot of developers who came to show off the features and upcoming games for the anticipated PlayStation Vita.
Learn more by hitting the break.Read the rest of the article »
Sony just unveiled a global price cut for its PlayStation 3 models.
Sony officially announced that its PlayStation 3 gaming console just had a $50 price cut in all major countries. The 160GB model will now be sold for $250 in the US, 250 euros in European territories, and ¥24,980 in Japan. This new pricing is made effective immediately for all countries except for the markets of Japan, where the price drop will start on Aug.18.
The PS3’s 320GB system will also be receiving a new price point. The device is now available for $300 in the US, €300 in Europe, and 29,980 yen in Japan. “In addition, a limited edition inFAMOUS 2 bundle is now available at participating retailers across North America. “The bundle retails for $299 and includes a 320 GB PlayStation 3, a copy of inFAMOUS 2 and a 30-day membership to PlayStation Plus,” Jack Tretton, CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America, wrote on a blog.Read the rest of the article »
From Sony, with love.
Kazuo Hirai along with a string of Sony executives have already expressed their apologies last week, and now the Sony President – Howard Stringer – himself has released his letter of apologies through the PlayStation blog. Stringer expresses his sorries for the huge inconvenience the PSN (PlayStation Network) security breach has caused, and reaffirms that they’re using all of their resources in fixing the problem the soonest possible.
Howard Stringer’s statement reassures though that there have been “no confirmed evidence any credit card or personal information has been misused, and we continue to monitor the situation closely.” He didn’t clarify if the allegations that the breach was caused by outdated and un-firewalled system servers was true though.Read the rest of the article »
Sony PSN apocalypse continues, as hackers claim possession of PSN users' credit card data.
Looks like Sony’s worst nightmare has finally come true. Well, at least in the realm of Rumorville. A group of hackers, who claims to be the ones behind the PSN (PlayStation Network) security breach, has recently announced that they now possess the credit card numbers of the service’s users.
According to their posts in an underground hackers forum, the hackers claim to have infiltrated into Sony’s main database. Meaning they have access to not only customer names, addresses, usernames, and passwords, but also access to 2.2 million credit card numbers.
So how screwed are the PSN users? Yeah, they’re pretty much screwed.Read the rest of the article »
"The fault lies with the (Sony) executives who declared a war on hackers" --- GeoHotz
If infamous PS3 Hacker GeoHotz were to call the shots, he’d blame the Sony executives for the recent PSN (PlayStation Network) security breach — and not the Sony engineers.
GeoHotz has also denied the accusations that he was behind the recent attacks on the service and even praised – at the same time condemned – the hackers for infiltrating personal informations, which he believed makes the “hacking community look bad.”Read the rest of the article »
Better start canceling your credit card or debit card on PSN, before hackers get a chance to retrieve them. Just like what they did with your personal information.
It may not be the end of the world yet, but in Sony’s own realm, it may very well be. The company has recently admitted that PSN (PlayStation Network) has been hacked like there was no tomorrow, and member’s personal information may have been compromised after days since the service has been offline.
You name it, the hackers may have gotten it. Even if Sony has elaborated that credit card data has not been compromised, still information ranging from a member’s name, billing addresses, and even PSN login names and passwords have been breached. And it looks like Sony’s shrinking into embarrassment with all the mess that’s going on.Read the rest of the article »
Xbox 360 discs are about to get fatter, as Microsoft frees up 1GB space for the developers' ambitious delight.
Remember Mass Effect 2 for the Xbox 360? Remember when we had to switch from Disc 1 to Disc 2 like it’s the PlayStation One era all over again? Sucks, right? Well according to Digital Foundry, that might change soon, as Microsoft’s unveiling an upgrade that will free up one gigabyte on its dual-layer DVD disc. This is something developers and players are ought to be celebrating.
The usable space on an average Xbox 360 disc is 6.8GB out of 7.95GB. The remaining space is purportedly used for anti-piracy measures and a video partition. But considering how well Microsoft has handled piracy over the years, they’re giving the 1GB away for the developer’s delight.Read the rest of the article »
It's up with the clouds and more with customer services with Sony PlayStation's hot new launches.
It’s full of Sony PlayStation goodness today as the company unveils two hot new services: the cloud-bearing System Update Firmware v3.60 we’ve been dying to get and your friendly neighborhood @AskPlayStation customer service via Twitter. Both are now alive and running for Sony-zens out there.Read the rest of the article »
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