Been missing photography lately, so I decided to dive back in and picked up this little monster (NEX-5R). Should be fun.
Wow! With these kinds of game discounts, who wouldn’t pre-order a PS Vita?
BRB, gonna go snag, like, 30 games for my iPhone and iPad.
The Spanish police said Friday that they had arrested three suspected computer hackers in connection with recent cyberattacks on Sony’s PlayStation network as well as corporate and government Web sites around the world.
In a statement, the police said that with the arrests, they had dismantled the local leadership of the shadowy international network of computer hackers, called Anonymous, that has claimed responsibility for a wide variety of attacks.
Six days later and Sony finally admits that the attacker gained access to a wealth of personal information stored on PSN, including our names, addresses, email address, birthdate, and PSN login and password.
Sony also “cannot rule out the possibility” that credit card numbers and expiration dates (but not security codes) may have also been compromised.
We deserve to know A) how long it took Sony and its third-party security firm to figure this out and B) how long it took them after that to tell us this.
If B is anything besides “the roughly 20 minutes we spent drafting, editing, and publishing this blog post just now,” Sony has an incredible amount of explaining to do.
- You need to use ® on your own company name on your company blog? Really?
- Sorry, but using “months of rumor, speculation, and excitement” on your official blog isn’t cool. It’s disingenuous and desperate. Please leave the cool stuff to the hip and edgy gadget blogs.
- Not one, but two uses of the ® symbol. When the hell did WAN become a registered trademark?
Alas poor Sony Style store, I knew him, Horatio.
The “we approve or deny others’ work” approach with the App Store has worked so far for Apple. Maybe it will work for Sony and its notebooks.
I mean, fat chance. But… you never know, right?
Sexy. Looks like the small and wide Sony VAIO P form factor, but all touchscreen, including the keyboard.