Sony PlayStation Users Heated Up After Apparent Network Problems

A hacking group known as Lizard Squad claims to have taken down the network; Sony denies any network infiltrations.
1:01 | 08/25/14

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In today's tech -- it was a rough weekend for Sony PlayStation users as many complained of being kicked off the network. A group called -- squad claimed responsibility but Sony denied that they were attacked saying their service remains stable. Microsoft's wants to improve your cloud gaming experience the software giant is working on new technology called Delorean which it says. -- reduce lag time by predicting a -- next move no word on when Delorean may hit the market. Apples -- places some defective iPhone batteries for free if you purge your device between September 2012 and January 2013. You may qualify. The companies posted serial numbers for the affected devices on their website and LG is giving consumers a sneak peak of its latest Smart watch. The upcoming G watch our appears to have -- round face so much of that of the -- 360. It's expected to be unveiled at a trade show events next month in Berlin does your tech -- I'm down Cutler.

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