Apple has just released the first ever over-the-air software update for the Apple Watch with the Apple Watch OS OS 1.0.1.
Although the Apple Watch has only been available for about a month now, Apple has already pushed out it’s first software update for the Apple Watch.
PS3 Developer Deank has finally released an official update to this popular PS3 file manager with MultiMan 4.70.00.
It’s been a while since we got any new updates for MultiMan, considering PS3 CFW 4.70 has been already out for some time now, and many MultiMan fans have been patiently waiting for Deank to release an update. So today, we finally get what we were waiting for.
Along with the obvious 4.70 CFW compatibility, here’s whats included in the update:
- Added support for CFW 4.70
- Updated Danish translation by ChopstiX
- Updated Movian/Showtime for mM to 4.9.430
- 200 PS3 covers added to the online server (total of 9200 PS3 covers available)
News of a piracy technique for the PS4 has been confirmed to be working and it doesn’t involve jailbreaking.
So far this PS4 piracy technique is only available in Brazil and small electronics stores with knowledge about the technique charge around $100 to $150 to install 10 pirated games on your PS4 and $15 for a single game. These stores are closely guarding the technique as a secret in order to bank as much as they can on it as long as it lasts.
A few days ago Sony has prematurely released the PS4 2.51 update but quickly removed it from their website. And now it seems the the 2.51 firmware update has now been officially released to the public.
The 2.51 firmware update was supposed to fix some bugs that were introduced by the 2.50 firmware update and users have been waiting for this fix. Sony has released the the updated on their PS4 firmware section on their website but removed it only after a few hours. Prompting many users that this was a rather premature release.
The PS4 firmware update 2.51 has already been rumored to be released by Sony in order to fix issues that came with the PS4 2.50 firmware update.
And today, Sony has made the Firmware 2.51 update available on the PS4 firmware update section on the Official PlayStation website. But the 2.51 update was only briefly available as Sony removed it after only a short time.
Looks like we’ve been away for longer than we anticipated, and not surprisingly, a lot has happened over the days in the realm of the PS4 and the PS Vita.
Ever been bored while on the internet? If yes, then we’re pretty sure you have taken an interest in playing online games.
Big online games such as MMOs, these games almost always require you to download their installation files which can takes hours depending on how big the game is and how fast is your internet connection, then you will need to perform the installation, create a new account on the game’s official website and pay monthly or one-time fees to play the game. This might seem cumbersome for the casual gamer only looking for a quick time waster or to just play some quick games to take a load off their minds. And this is where free casual online games come in.
Sony has launched an Official PlayStation Network Status Page in an effort to reduce the number of people asking if PSN is currently down or up and running.
PSN has been the victim of numerous DDOS and other attacks that led to the service going down numerous times already. And this would often lead to people asking whether or not PSN is currently down or up or if the user is just having some connectivity problems on their end.
PS3 users currently on 4.70 CFW has been waiting for an update to their favorite PS3 file managers and Aldostools has answered with IrisMAN 3.45.