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Articles tagged with: PS2

The Futuristic PlayStation 4!

Sony Playstation 4 will be striking markets by the end of this year. Foxconn and Pegatron would be leading the assembly. Sony’s looking into the next generation hardware designs; the upcoming product would look ultramodern.

The hottest hackers’ attacks on Sony Playstation Network to hack and devastate their online gaming structure certainly will help Sony to fix the cracks in their new system.

Hackers Hit Sony Once Again

Sony Corp has been hacked once again. It has been less than a month since hackers has intruded on Sony’s personal information and took personal information from more than 100 million online users. A page was hacked on Sony’s website in Thailand.

The site would direct users to another site that was a fake credit card company. The fake company was designed to get confidential information from customers. The security firm, F-secures shut down on Friday. “It’s a Sony security issue,” said Jennifer Kutz, a representative for F-Secure, referring to the fraudulent website.

Sony Is Still Being Hacked, Gamers Are MAD

After all the mayhem Sony went through with the Anonymous hacking group, as well as the “Geohotz” case, it seems like the ground is still shaking. Sony PlayStation engineers are investigating to see if Sony has indeed been hacked.

A blogger from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe stated, “As you are no doubt aware, the current emergency outage is continuing this afternoon and all Sony Online Network services remain unavailable. Our support teams are investigating the cause of the problem, including the possibility of targeted behaviour by an outside party. If the reported Network problems are indeed caused by such acts, we would like to once again thank our customers who have borne the brunt of the attack through interrupted service.”

Hacker Group Targets Sony Websites And Employees

In response to PS3 Hacker, Geohot’s case. a group of anonymous hackers warned Sony yesterday that targeting Geohot was a suppression of free speech. The group warned Sony to “expect them” and issued a DDoS attack on Sony.com and Playstation.com. Although the sites were taken back by Sony, users experienced slower than normal loading speeds. Although Sony did not acknowledge the attacks, they sent out a tweet saying “PSN currently under sporadic maintenance” and “access to PSN may be interrupted throughout the day.” Today, the hacking group has released the following statement:

Adobe’s Photoshop 2: Now Available For iPad

Adobe has just updated the iOS version of the free Photoshop Express to 2.0. This will enhance the camera workflow that was present in version 1.5 and will also add full support for multi-tasking, as well as the iPhone 4’s Retina Display. Adobe added their first in-app purchase, featuring a “Camera Pack” add-on.

Photoshop express runs on mobile devices and desktop web browsers alike, and is used by over 20 million people. The mobile version allows users to easily do basic editing of existing or just-snapped photos, as well as allowing to upload the results to social networks like Facebook and Twitter.