Sony has announced on the PlayStation Blog the upcoming PS4 firmware update 2.50 code named: “Yukimura” is confirmed to bring Suspend/Resume feature for the PS4.
The Suspend/Resume feature has been announced ever since the PS4 was revealed back in 2013, it would enable players to jump in and out of their PS4 games faster. It would allow players to simply log-off their PS4, put the console in rest mode and be able to start the game again quickly from where you exactly left off. Just pick up you PS4 controller, press the PS button and be back to your game in no time, no need to load the game from scratch so you can seamlessly continue playing your game. And the Suspend/Resume feature will be supported by nearly all PS4 games available right now. This is something PS4 users have been excited about ever since launch only to be disappointed when it was not included during said launch, but better late than never right?
Another PS4 jailbreak news has arrived and this time it involves a new USB dongle and is reported to be currently in testing.
Except that it’s totally fake.
The news of this PS4 jailbreak dongle first appeared in a Wololo forum post where a user has posted info regarding a new PS4 Jailbreak involving “Garyopa and other guys from china” and a picture of a mysterious USB dongle. The picture looks kind legit, looks like a real USB, but for all we know it can be a new charger from Apple or Samsung, meaning, it does not hold any bearing to whatever claim it has.
iOS is probably the, if not the most stable mobile operating system there is, but sometimes even the most stable operating system can run into some issues.
Apple would regularly release bug fixes via iOS updates from time to time, and would release any bug fixing updates as much as and whenever they can. But sometimes, these updates are not enough and sometimes would miss some key fixes that some users need. And most often than not, iTunes can sometimes be of little to no help at all when trying to solve these issues.
Apple has just released iOS 8.2 to the public, this is just right after their big keynote has ended.
Just as what saw from the iOS 8.2 beta version, the official iOS 8.2 update now includes the new app for the just announced Apple Watch. The new App is required for setting up the Apple Watch, pairing with your iPhone and loading apps, and the App cannot be deleted (but you can always tuck it away in a folder where apps like Apple Maps reside).
Today, Microsoft has just announced that the Microsoft Office 2016 for MAC preview build is now available for free.
The final Microsoft Office 2016 for MAC will be available later this summer, and Microsoft has made the preview build available for free in order to attract more MAC users by letting them try out the beta version. Users will need to buy the final Microsoft Office 2016 once it gets released if they would want to continue using the product and no word yet on the price of the final build.
Just when we all thought Sony has been able to completely block all PS3 spoofers from accessing PSN, here we get a new update from PS3 developer Arch with his new and update with Spoof Enabler / Disabler for firmware 4.70.
So here it seems Sony was not really able to completely block all spoofers after all. Just a few days after Sony released the PS3 official firmware 4.70, Arch has released an update to his popular PS3 firmware spoofer for the latest official firmware which is 4.70. The new version is able to bypass the 80710A06 error code that one gets when trying to access PSN using the older spoofers.
Apple is set to make a first-ever public release of a iOS Beta version to this coming March 9.
This is in a effort to greatly help eliminate bugs and other kinks before an official release, having more people using the beta will help uncover bugs a lot more quickly rather than just a handful of those who have developer accounts. Giving Beta access to more users will be a more reliable and quicker way to test the operating system before it gets an official public release.
Just a few days after PS3 spoofers have been blocked from accesing PSN, Sony has now released a new firmware update with PS3 firmware 4.70.
We were not really expecting anything new and would not be surprised if it would just be another “System software stability” update, but so far here’s what came up in the chagelog for th e PS3 4.70 update:
- Closed Captions are now supported for the Playback of Blu-ray Disc titles and DVDs. To display closed captions, select [Settings] > [Video Settings] > [Closed Captions].
- The style used for for closed captions, such as the font, size and color, can now be adjusted. Select [Settings] > [Video Settings] > [Closed Captions Settings].