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Gamer opens up PS3 after a Year to see Dust Collection

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320w ago - What better way to celebrate your PS3 turning 1 year old than to open up the console, see what approximately 4000 hours of potential dust looks like, and then give it a clean! pumba512 did just that on the official PS boards (linked above).

To quote: So, my PS3 turned 1 not long ago.. so.. I decided to see what 1 year (about 4,000 hrs) of dust looks like in it, and to give it a clean.

This is a Aus 60gig, always been horizontal. (I have vacuumed the vents every week (give or take), and dust it off with a microfibre cloth almost religiously.. Never used compressed air on it)

It's home for starters (carpet floor).. So after that I have to say it wasn't as bad as I thought. But there was a lot of fine dust in it, and only a little bit of a clump under the fan on the cpu/gpu heatsink part, nothing but fine dust on the heatsink fins.

Bottom casing was very dusty (also found little bugs a mosquito..and a hair... yeah I dunno..) top of case was just as bad, under the Blue Ray drive was fairly bad (doesn't look like to much in the pics but I blew it without thinking to take pics)

The fan was covered in thick fine dust. Other things = screws on the fan were a little loose... I could move it around like 2mm.. (its pretty quiet now and doesn't vibe like it used to).. was...
 

Software Enables PS2 to Play Online Videos

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320w ago - A company called BroadQ LLC has unveiled a software application that allows the PS2 to play video content on the Internet. It is due to go on sale for $50 this fall.

To quote: In addition to these capabilities, users can customize Qtv. For example, while using API (application programming interface) available from online video distributors, users can set keywords related to their favorite videos on the Website run by BroadQ.

Using the company's system, users can choose and display videos related to those keywords on their terminals.

BroadQ is planning to release Qtv at US$49.95 sometime around fall 2008. Also, it is planning to disclose and sell its software applications for mobile phones and PCs at the same time.

In addition to selling the software by itself, the company is considering incorporating its software applications in set top boxes and other items manufactured by other companies.
 

Rumor: LittleBigPlanet PS3 Exclusivity in doubt, coming to PC too?

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320w ago - A shop worker has sent around the following image and explains he got the following display boxes in at work for Little Big Planet on the PC which is pretty strange as it was thought to be a guranteed PS3 exclusive and probably still is.

This is most likely just an error or perhaps some clever image editing....

To quote: Little Big Planet on the PC? Bwah? Reader Jacob writes: "Got these display boxes in at work for Little Big Planet on the PC, How Very Queer!!!"

Pretty sure this is nothing more than a screw-up (not on Jacob's part, mind you!) and rather certain we'll only be seeing it on the PS3, but yeah, LBP on the PC would be pretty neat. That is, if you own a PC and are excited about LittleBigPlanet. If not, then oh well.
 

Latest BioShock PS3 Trailer is Now Available

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320w ago - The latest BioShock PS3 trailer is now available for your viewing pleasure.

Courtesy of sculled155 via YouTube, it can be found below.

The video's caption reads as follows:

"The big Xbox 360 hit is indeed coming to the PS3. Nothing seems to be changed from what I know. Rate, comment, and enjoy!"

Cheers!




 

Little Big Planet - no JPEG Support, PS3 Eye only

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320w ago - PlayStation blog writer Chuck Lacson has revelaed how you will get custom pictures into Little Big Planet. Replying to a question that if it will be possible to import personal cat pictures into created levels, Chuck responded by saying yes it is possible if you have a PS Eye that is.

To quote: A keen eye from NeoGAF has caught a comment from Official Playstation.Blog writer Chuck Lacson regarding how you will get custom pictures into Little Big Planet. Replying to the question of "Will I be able to import my cat pics into my created levels?"

Chuck wrote back: "yes you will! (If you have a PS Eye that is.)"
 
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