PlayStation breach Video
PlayStation breach Video Transcript
IT'S WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. I'M NATALI MORRIS, AND IT'S TIME TO GET LOADED. [*] BAD NEWS FOR THE SONY PLAYSTATION NETWORK. SONY ADMITS THAT THE BEEN SUCCEPTIBLE TO HAVING THEIR INFORMATION EXPOSED. SONY WARNED ITS USERS THAT THEIR NAME, ADDRESS, EMAIL, AND BIRTHDAY COULD HAVE UNAUTHORIZED PERSON BETWEEN APRIL 17 AND 19. THEY DON'T THINK CREDIT CARD INFORMATION WAS TAKEN BUT THEY ARE STILL INVESTIGATING. INTRUSION WAS DISCOVERED. IF YOU ARE A PSN USER, YOUR BEST BET FOR NOW IS NOT TO PANIC. WAIT UNTIL SONY UNVEILS MORE INFORMATION. BUT ALSO CHANGE ALL OF YOUR PASSWORDS AND YOUR SECURITY QUESTIONS TOO. [*] YOUTUBE MAY BE POISED TO TAKE ON NETFLIX IN THE MOVIE RENTAL SPACE. YOUTUBE ALREADY RENTS MOVIES BUT THEY ARE MOSTLY INDIE FILMS. SITE TO GET SERIOUS ABOUT STREAMING MOVIE RENTALS. [*] THE NEXUS S 4G WILL LAUNCH ON MAY 8 ON SPRINT. THIS IS THE PHONE THAT WE OFTEN BRAND THE GOOGLE PHONE. ITS AN ANDROID PHONE THAT WILL RUN ON SPRINT'S 4G NETWORK IN CITIES WHERE 4G IS UP AND RUNNING. IT WILL COST $199 WITH A TWO-YEAR CONTRACT AND RUN ANDROID 2.3 GINGERBREAD. OTHER GOODIES INCLUDE A 4-INCH AMOLED SCREEN, A 5 CAMERA. IS ALSO HAS STEREO SPEAKERS. [*] AND IF YOU'RE WORRIED THAT YOU WON'T GET YOUR FAVORITE AUTHOR'S SIGNATURE ON NOVELS ONCE THE WORLD GOES COMPLETELY E-BOOK, YOU MIGHT FIND COMFORT IN THIS. THE NEW UPDATE FOR THE BARNES AND NOBLE NOOK WILL REPORTEDLY ALLOW AUTHORS TO SING E-BOOKS WITH A STYLUS. STORE HERE IN NEW YORK. ALTHOUGH A DIGITAL SIGNATURE ON AN EBOOK? I'M NOT SURE THAT'S AS COOL AS THE REAL THING. [*] THAT'S YOUR NEWS OF THE DAY. I WILL SEE YOU TOMORROW. I'M NATALI MORRIS WITH CNET AND YOU'VE JUST BEEN LOADED.
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