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There’s a major bug with the PlayStation 4 where a single message can break your console — here’s how to fix the issue, or prevent i...
Sony said it is aware of the issue and will deploy a fix in a future software update. In the meantime, there is a way to prevent this viral message from reaching your PlayStation 4 — but if it's too late, there's also a way to fix the issue and preserve your games and save data.
"Venom" continues to perform strong at the domestic box office, fueling Sony past the $1 billion domestic box office milestone for a second straight year. But the Neil Armstrong biopic "First Man" starring Ryan Reynolds is off to a slow start.
Mirrorless cameras are hot in the photo world right now. Here's how they stand up against the well-known DSLR models.
With "Venom" now in theaters, and breaking box-office records, it's the latest addition to the long-running "Spider-Man" franchise. Here are all seven ranked from worst to best.
The makers of ‘Warcraft’ and ‘Diablo’ are planning to make ‘Diablo 3’ work across competing consoles: ‘It...
First, "Fortnite" enabled players across competing consoles — Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch — to play together. Next up: "Diablo 3." Blizzard Entertainment says, "it's a question of when, not if."
Sony's next version of the PlayStation — widely expected to be named the PlayStation 5 — is already in development. Sony's new president calls the console "necessary," pushing back on the idea of a Netflix-like game streaming future.
Microsoft has announced its own video game streaming service, competing with PlayStation Now and Google's Project Stream.
The makers of ‘Grand Theft Auto’ have a new game on the way, and it’s going to be huge — here’s everything you need to k...
"Red Dead Redemption 2" is nearly here — the next huge, open-world game from the folks behind "Grand Theft Auto." Unlike "GTA," the "Red Dead" series is set in the American frontier.
Sony's PlayStation Classic is perfect for nostalgic fans, but its missing a few features to complete the experience.
Sony's latest "Marvel" movie, "Venom," may not have been a hit with critics, but audiences loved it as the movie took in $80 million domestically, making it the biggest opening weekend ever for an October release.