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PlayStation Network Hacked

More than three million British people may be affected by the faulty network on Sony PlayStation. Hackers have got into the system and have access to all PlayStation users’ accounts, including their bank details, name and address. If you are unsure and for more information you can call Sony customer services on 0844 736 0595.

New S1 and S2 tablets from Sony

Sony has announced that they are bringing out two of their own tablets. The electronics giant has unveiled the S1 and S2 models, featuring a 9.4-inch display and dual 5.5-inch displays. Both new tablets run the latest Android 3.0 operating system and will play original PlayStation computer game titles.

Pre-order Blackberry PlayBook for UK now

The new Blackberry Paybook is now available to pre-order in the UK. The latest device from Blackberry was released in the US and Canada earlier this month and the PlayBook is now heading overseas to the UK. The tablet will operate on a number of networks with Phones 4U, including Orange, T-Mobile, O2, Vodafone and Three.

New Panasonic NR-B3 FX2 Fridge Freezer

Conventional refrigerators adjust their cooling by switching on and off, with large variances in temperature. Thanks to the smart technology of Inverter and to the Thermodynamic cabinet, the Panasonic NR-B32FX2 power changes to suit conditions and maintain optimum temperature, using less power and therefore achieving it’s excellent energy label rating of A++.


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