Today Sony launched the Sony Entertainment Network (SEN), for the first time uniting all its online music, video, and games services under one banner. Citing the merging of all the services as a way to unify all its products, the Sony Entertainment Network will be used to deliver content to Sony products such as its TVs, tablets, smartphones, computers, eBook readers, gaming consoles and more.
The Sony Entertainment Network website is now live, with all its services ready and usable. While having access to everything through one service is convenient for consumers, but after the major problems defending against hackers earlier this year, is combining all its networks together under one umbrella the best solution? Hopefully Sony has beefed up its security since then. Check out the Sony Entertainment Network.
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