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  • Blog Post: Registration Begins For Free PlayStation Identity Protection Service

    As part of its attempt to woo back gamers to the PlayStation Network, Sony had announced that it would be offering a year's free membership in the AllClear ID Identity Theft Protection service for all PSN and Qriocity customers. Registration for this free service is now open, all you have to do is... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Launches Music Unlimited Service For PS3 In U.S.

    Today, Sony is allowing American music fans to begin to access its cloud-based "Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity" music service. The service has already been available in the U.K. and Ireland, and has proven quite popular. The subscription based service works a bit like Last.FM or Pandora... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Trying To Crack Down On Illegal Users

    Since the PS3's root keys were distributed online, Sony's worst fears have come true – the system's security measures have been circumvented, and pirated copies of games like Killzone 3 have appeared online. The company is already trying to fight back against the original hackers responsible... More
  • Blog Post: Sony's Music Streaming Service Coming To PlayStation Devices In U.S.

    At its 2011 CES press conference, Sony confirmed that its new cloud-based music streaming subscription initiative is coming to North American shores in 2011. Music Unlimited, which debuted recently in the UK and Ireland, offers subscribers access to over six million songs from every major label for a... More
  • Blog Post: Digital Music Service Now On PSP

    If you've recently downloaded the PSP's 6.35 update, you already have access to Sony's "cloud-based, digital music service." In the recent software update, Sony added Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity under the music tab. It seems like the new music service isn't only limited... More
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