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After top executives bowed in a traditional Japanese apology at a weekend press conference in Tokyo, Sony has been plunged into further disarray, admitting that a second hack, older than the one revealed last week has been discovered, involving the theft of almost 25 million sets of personal details.

Sony chief 'sorry' for PlayStation security breach

Sony is set to compensate customers who have been locked out of the PlayStation Network following the security breach which caused it to be shut down on April 20.

Sony to resume PlayStation Network service

Sony says it expects some parts of the PlayStation Network to be back online within a week following the security breach which caused it to be shut down on April 20.

Fury at Sony's delay in telling millions their details were hacked

PlayStation users left uninformed for five days after world's largest data theft

Sony asks for 'more patience' from PlayStation Network users

Electronics giant Sony today asked for "a little more patience" from users of its PlayStation Network which has been out of action for nearly a week.

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Lovefilm signs to PlayStation3

Movie rental group Lovefilm has secured a "game changing" deal to stream movies through Sony's PlayStation3, expanding its reach to three million more homes.

Closer Look: PS3 Move and the best of its launch titles

S3 Move, Sony’s motion control peripheral, hits stores on Friday and brings with it the release of a number of Move exclusives and updates to a select few existing games — most notably Heavy Rain, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 and Resident Evil 5.

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