Trend Micro Offers Web Security Services For PlayStation Vita

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Trend Micro has extended its collaboration with Sony Computer Entertainment, and now has two Web security services, Trend Micro Kids Safety and Trend Micro Web Security, for the PlayStation Vita, the first portable entertainment system from SCE with 3G network connectivity.

Both services, which are already available in Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, will coincide with the releases of PS Vita in North America, South America, EMEA and select countries in Asia.

Purchased separately, each individual service is $19.99 per year; purchased together, the cost is $34.99 per year. You can access a free 90-day trial version here.

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