Sony has just released a new update for the PS3 with PS3 Official Firmware 4.66 and it seems they have made this update mandatory.
This means that PS3 users will be required to update to the latest firmware in order to continue having access to PSN and other online services by Sony. Not sure why they made this pretty insignificant update because this update only features vague system software stability message in the changelog.
Seems like PS3 developer ReActPSN has been busy these past few days as the popular PS3 CFW tool gets an update today with ReActPSN 3.20.
The ReActPSN 3.20 adds new compatibility to firmwares 3.55 and above, meaning it basically adds compatibility to all CFW ranging from 3.55-4.65.
Update: MultiMAN 04.66.02 now Available! (Now Supports 4.66 CFW)
PS3 Developer Deank has finally released an official Multiman update with MultiMAN v04.65.01. This new MultiMan update now adds support for PS3 4.65 CFW.
Normally we don’t put up the word “official” whenever a new MultiMan update is released, but since the last MultiMan update released was an unofficial version of MultiMAN v04.65.00, so we guess it would only be correct to address this update as a “Official” one.
Most of us have placed the odd bet on a sporting fixture in the past, but how many of you have really tried to make some serious money through spreading betting?
After releasing firmware 3.35 for the Vita and Vita TV. Today, Sony has released the Network Media Player for the PS Vita and Vita TV.
The Network media Player app lets your PS Vita and Vita TV connect to any of your media servers located in your home network. Using this app will let you access photos, stream music and watch movies using your PS Vita and Vita TV connected to your media server. The app also allows you to copy your photos, music and video files and save it in your PS Vita or PS TV.
Sony has just released the latest firmware for the Vita today with the PS Vita Firmware 3.35.
We have been expecting the vita firmware 3.35 update for some time now, as Sony has already announced it’s release a few days ago. Although the update is relatively small, it’s the new Live App that’s particularly interesting, as PS Vita and PS Vita TV users can now use the Live App to watch live streams from PS4 users.
PS3 developer reactpsn has released an update with ReActPSN v3.16 and now adds suppor tfor PS3’s running 4.65 CFW.
Please note that ReactPSN was created originally by a Chinese PS3 developer named ccregame, reactpsn has continued on with the application by providing support and updates to newer firmwares.
What ReActPSN basically does is that it lets you play games downloaded from PSN like PS2 Classics and others. This is basically the tool you use if you want to play PS2 games on your PS3.
Today, Apple has released the latest iOS update with iOS 8.1 and is now available to the public. The update has been available for iOS developers for some time now and this update was already expected to arrive.
The iOS 8.1 update is a major update that brings a lot of new features designed especially for smooth synchronization to your iPhone and MAC workflow. New features like Instant Hotspot and SMS relay are some of the new features connecting everything from your iOS device to OSX.
Here are some of the new features introduced in iOS 8.1:
A recent development in the Vita Homebrew scene has been creating buzz and has made Vita fans pushing for CFW on the handheld excited.
PS Vita developer Davee has released a proof of concept of a native exploit found within the Webkit of the PlayStation Vita. The code was initially reported to only work on Vita Firmware 2.60, so so far we have tested the vulnerability, and along with numerous reports from other users, the native exploit for the PS Vita also works on firmware 3.18. So good news for you if you stayed on 3.18 and did not update to Vita firmware 3.30.