Twitterville's been a busy place this week. We've been keeping our fingers busy at PC Advisor by sharing lots of gems from the micro-blogging site with our followers. Here are five of our favourite tweets from the past seven days.

PlayStation Network

The week got off to a good start when Sony resinstated the PlayStation Network and its Qriocity service. Both had been down since last month following an attack.

"Good news! PlayStation Network (PSN) and Qriocity are back (for users outside Asia)," we tweeted.

Illegal e-waste dumping

An episode of the BBC's Panorama, which was broadcast this week, highlighted the growing problem of the UK's e-waste being illegally dumped. The programme was the subject of an EIA investigation.

"EIA: Govt must do more to stop illegal e-waste exports," tweeted editor MattJEgan.

Games console rumours

Managing editor and avid gamer Pricivius trawled the web looking for the latest rumours regarding games consoles and put them all together in one roundup for our readers.

"Launch details, specs etc of the Wii 2/Project Cafe - I've done another rumour roundup," he tweeted.

L.A. Noire review

L.A. Noire, the latest release from Rockstar games, was just one of the products we reviewed this week.

The PCATestCentre tweeted: "L.A. Noire review: A stellar detective story from Team Bondi and Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames)".

Smartphone location tracking

A PC Advisor poll revealed 50 percent of smartphone owners are against their handset tracking and storing their location, but as SmartphoneFocus pointed out in a tweet: "We are all tracked in one way or another..."