PSP MAME4ALL v4.9r1 Hires out now!

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337w ago - TTYMan updated his port of MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) to version 4.9 r1 Hires edition today. Changes include various bug fixes as well as compatibility with the PSP Slim.

Download: PSP MAME4ALL v4.9r1 Hires

Fixed from 4.7r3 (same as 4.8r1 unreleased):

- Crash when sampled used.
- Unified builds, thanks to new Z80 core, Mame 0.53 based, compatible with system16, Neo Geo and classic roms.
- Implemented PSP-2000 (slim) specific support, so double memory available to load roms, thanks to keiich-san code.
 

Incoming from Insomniac! Resistance: Fall of Man patch

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338w ago - From the official blog, per Greg Phillips (Line Producer, SCEA): We interrupt the final Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destruction dev diary post for a special announcement

As some of you may have heard, a new patch for Resistance: Fall of Man will be hitting soon.

How soon you may ask? As soon as this afternoon!

Major changes are listed below and full patch notes can be found on myresistance.net.

-Ability to take screenshots in game using a USB keyboard.
-Weapon balance changes and new round balancing options -Dual Shock 3 support added for online AND single player.
-Password protected custom games.
-Numerous bug fixes.

If you try to login and cannot, it means we are staging the patch for deployment. Or California was hit by another earthquake. One or the other. We now return you to the scheduled finale of RCF: TOD: the Developer Diaries. And go watch the new Uncharted trailer while you€re at it.
 

Call of Duty 4 Exclusive Halloween Surprise Trailer HD

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338w ago - Happy Halloween all and enjoy the video.

Video can be seen below:




 

Happy Halloween 2007 from Team PS3News!

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338w ago - Boo! We would just like to take a minute to wish a very safe and Happy Halloween to all of our viewers!

It's supposed to be a very nice and warm night tonight, so go out and have some fun for those who trick or treat.

And those who get stuck answering doors... be sure to scare the pants off any candy-seekers!
 

Leopard upgrade hits Mac firewall

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338w ago - Upgrading to the latest version of Apple's operating system, might make a Mac less secure, say experts.

A test of Leopard revealed that installing it led to the firewall on a Mac being turned off and its default setting changed to leave it disabled.

Heise Security, who conducted the tests, said the failings meant users could not "rely" on the firewall to protect them.

Apple has yet to comment about the security shortcomings in Leopard.

Leopard, the newest version of OS X, was launched on 26 October and since then Apple claims to have sold or delivered more than two million copies of the software.

But a test of Leopard by Heise Security security expert Jurgen Schmidt found that the firewall in the updated software was set to off and allowed any and every incoming net connection.

Mr Schmidt also found that installing the software as an upgrade to a machine on which the firewall was turned on would lead to this protective software being turned off when that computer was re-started.

He also found that even when the firewall was re-activated it did not let users know about all the potentially vulnerable processes running on that machine.

Commenting for Heise Mike Barwise, editor of the site, said: "This as a serious problem: It provides...
 











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