100w ago - PlayStation Network Director of Marketing Brandon Stander has announced today that PSN is launching new College Sports applications beginning today, with details below as follows:
If you're a fan of college sports like I am, you'll be excited to hear that we are launching two college sports applications on PlayStation Network today to complement your sports entertainment experience.
Through the XOS College Sports and SEC Digital Network applications, PS3 users now have access to a customizable college sports platform to stream current and classic content on-demand, and make the PS3 the first and only gaming console to offer these applications.
The new applications give fans multi-sport, multi-conference access to full games and historic documentaries along with the ability to play, pause and replay your favorite moments from some of the most watched games in history.
Additional features of the XOS Digital college sports apps for the PS3 include:
• Pre-game analysis from the XOS Digital Studio during the week
• Post-game highlights immediately after the game as well as a "Game of the Week" extended highlight
• Full games are available to purchase and watch the next day
227w ago - According to CBS11tv.com (linked above), a southern California college student has been arrested on allegations of bypassing the DMCA by installing modchips into consoles.
The federal charges stated that he illegally modified video game consoles to enable the machines to play pirated video games, to quote:
The U.S. Attorney's Office says 27-year-old Matthew Crippen was released Monday night after posting $5,000 bond.
The California State University, Fullerton student who lives in Anaheim is accused of modifying Xbox, PlayStation and Wii consoles in violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents got a tip from the Entertainment Software Association and searched Crippen's home in May. He was indicted on two counts by a federal grand jury. Crippen faces 10 years in prison if convicted and is scheduled for arraignment on Aug. 10.