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It’s 2016 and Sony Says: The PlayStation Network Is Down

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Samburaj Das

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It’s 2016 and Sony Says: The PlayStation Network Is Down

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Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation Network (PSN) a vast resource that includes the multiplayer platform, the PlayStation Store and other social features are all currently experiencing downtime. It’s a new year and yet some things don’t change. Sony seems to be running into the same old problems. The company has acknowledged that its popular PlayStation Network is currently experiencing issues across a host of services. The latest outage comes in a week wherein Sony and other hardware and technology giants unveil new prototypes and gadgets at the much-publicized Consumer Electronics Show (CES), an annual event in Las Vegas. We’re…

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Samburaj Das

Samburaj Das

Samburaj is the contributing editor at Hacked and keeps tabs on science, technology and cyber security.

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