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PlayStation Network Update

Sony is to restore its PlayStation Network and Qriocity services following a cyber attack on the company’s data centre in California in April. The PlayStation Network and Qricocity services have been shut down for almost a month since the attack on 20th April. User passwords have all been re-set and once back up and running across the world online gameplay across PlayStation 3 and PSP will be able to go ahead.

Sony, as you would expect following such a massive security breach, has implemented new and additional security measures that they claim will ‘strengthen safeguards against unauthorized activity, and provide consumers with greater protection of their personal information.’

Smartphones good for travel advice

Smartphones are smart with travellers. Savy tech loving travellers are using their smartphones to access travel information more than ever. New research has found that there has been a fifty per cent increase on last year forpeople looking up travel information on their phone. The most important information people search for are attractions, restaurants and shops via a map.

New fitness games for the summer

Getting fit this summer has never been easier! Who said you’ve got to pound the pavements running or head to the gym every day to lose weight for summer? Tech and game lovers can lose weight, get fit and still have fun with the launch of a new game for Xbox 360 Kinect, PlayStation Move and Wii.

New game UFC Personal Trainer takes gamers through their paces as if they were training to become an Ultimate Fighter – but thankfully, without having to take the physical knocks. The game lets users set personal goals and achieve real results with an mixed martial arts fitness program designed by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and leading MMA training experts.