PS3 developer ARCH has released an update to his PS3 firmware spoofer with PS3 4.66 Spoof Enabler / Disabler.
ARCH has released multiple versions though, since the first few releases had some bug and since then he has continued working on releasing bug fixes as soon as he finds them. The most recent and stable one is version 1.11.
A PS3 spoofer is used to mask your PS3 into using the latest OFW so that you will be able to log in and access the PSN store, play online multiplayer games and access the other PSN online stuff that requires you to have the latest firmware version installed. Please note that even though you are spoofing your CFW PS3 to look like the latest version of the official firmware, there is no guarantee that you would not be banned for using CFW.
News have been going around the net these past few days regarding custom wallpapers for the PS4. It was reported that it be available in a future firmware like that of the custom PS4 themes before it, but the developer in question have debunked any news regarding their knowledge about any future PS4 firmware update.
The reports revolves around the Zombie Army trilogy developer Rebellion, in which they have posted a custom wallpaper download specifically for the PS4, something that many users have been wanting ever since the custom themes for the PS4 has been announced.
With Tekken 7 arcade set to be released in japan anytime soon, here we get to take a look at opening cinematic for Tekken 7 Arcade
Here, the Mishima family are back once again with the seemingly immortal and Mishima Zaibatsu head Heihachi taking it to his son Kazuya in what looks like an erupting volcano.
PS3 developer Habib has released an update to his CFW with habib 4.66 v1.00 and it includes Cobra 7.03.
It’s been a while since we’ve posted an update from PS3 developer Habib and his CFW updates, and since we have not heard back from Rogero, we think it’s time to give Habib’s own CFW a shot at the limelight here at Tech4idiots as from experience, Habib is also a very stable CFW like that of Rogero’s.
Yes you read that right, Apple has been very busy at the moment. While still technically working on beta versions of iOS 8.2, iOS 8.3, and iOS 9.0, Apple is also working on another update for iOS 8 with iOS 8.4.
In an article from 9to5mac, their sources stated that the iOS 8.4 upgrade is already well into development and is codenamed Copper. And that the iOS 8.4 update would bring the upcoming Beats streaming music service and will be released after the Apple Watch (or iWatch) becomes available.
One of our favorite gaming sites have shut down.
Apple has started seeding the iOS 8.2 Beta for developers, this is actually the fifth version of the 8.2 beta that has been available for developers and it includes bug fixes and other improvements.
The update is available by over-the-air update or via the iOS Dev Center. Please note that this is only available if you have a developer account, and if you are part of the masses, this wont be available for you until the iOS 8.2 update is officially released.
Sony has announced that they are entering a business partnership with Spotify and the music streaming service will become available for the PS3 and PS4.
According to the U.S. PlayStation Blog, Sony Network Entertainment Vice President Eric Lempel has confirmed the news that Spotify would be replace Sony own music streaming service Music Unlimited. Music unlimited has been on Sony’s consoles for years now, but it never really gained any traction from music streaming fans.
Another PS4 jailbreak rumor has been making the rounds today, this time, the Hacker Group known as the Lizard Squad is said to be behind this and will be releasing it this year.
This time, the new PS4 jailbreak rumor seemingly holds some ground because this involves the hacker group Lizard Squad, the one behind the recent PSN and Xbox Live hack last December. During the hack, Lizard Squad was reported to be able to find a security flaw in the PS4 firmware that allowed them to view the root files in the PS4’s operating process and was able to modify it and run their code.