Sony has announced that its PlayStation Network and Qriocity services are coming back online after nearly a month’s outage due to the recent hack attack. The services started being restored in North America on Saturday, with Europe, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand following on Sunday. That includes the Music Unlimited streaming service, as well as PSN’s gaming aspects, video rentals, Netflix and Hulu, and the PlayStation Home virtual world. Japan and other Asian countries are still waiting for the services to be restored, with Sony reportedly consulting with local regulators before booting them up again. Source: PC World

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