146w ago - Over the weekend Graf Chokolo has continued on his project updating his PS3 Linux kernel with new drivers while Kmeaw has made available AsbestOS Linux Kernel Installer v2.0, although he states it is still a work-in-progress.
To quote: This is a modified version of Linux or we can say Debian in this case where it will make AsbestOS much more smoother to work with the PS3. Here are the release notes taken from kha0S's official site.
RELEASE NOTES for kha0S Linux Img v3.0 All credits go to Kmeaw and marcan work.
RELEASE NOTES for v3.0
Changed ext4 mount options from default to noatime (decrease IO to disk).
Created swap file (128M). General PS3 system response feels smoother.
Added support for /home in “external” partition. See INSTALL.TXT for instructions on how to use it.
RELEASE NOTES for v.2b
Fixed udev rules, so ethernet device is always eth0.
RELEASE NOTES for v.2
Increased size of image to 2G (~800M free!)
Fixed network configuration – dhcp enabled in the right interface
Changed Debian repository / added contrib and non-free...
148w ago - While graf_chokolo is busy working on returning PS3 OtherOS to the PlayStation 3 entertainment system and posting updates of his progress along the way, kmeaw shared a video of PS3 Linux on PlayStation 3 CFW 3.55 Custom Firmware today alongside AsbestOS Installer v0, v1 (for Fat PS3's), v1.1, v1.2, v1.3, v1.4, v1.5 and LV2 Patcher v9.
157w ago - Today Sony Hardware Sr PR Specialist Abby Reyes has revealed alongside a video what are being labeled as the best gifts for your PS3 this holiday.
To quote: Since this is my first post, allow me to take a minute to introduce myself. My name is Abby Reyes and I work on the hardware PR team here at SCEA.
We're already eight days into December and the holiday shopping is in full swing. With all of the hustle and bustle, I thought I'd take a few moments to walk you through some of the great new official PlayStation accessories available this holiday season.
By now you've hopefully had the opportunity to test out the exciting and new PlayStation Move platform. Adding Move to your gaming arsenal is not the only way to elevate your experience on PS3 system.
Designed to maximize your overall entertainment experience, finding a new Bluetooth Headset, a Surround Sound System, or a "Candy Pink" DualShock 3 wireless controller under the tree is sure to make anyone's holiday a little brighter this year - at prices starting as low as $49.99(MSRP).
As many of you know, PS3 is already the most complete home entertainment solution available this holiday season and tops many gamers'...
159w ago - Today PS3 Marketing Manager Kim Nguyen has announced that Popular Science has deemed and awarded PlayStation Move as the best of what's new in 2010!
To quote: By now, many of you have thrown a punch in The Fight: Lights Out, returned a serve in Sports Champions' table tennis, or scored a headshot in MAG.
After spending some time with PlayStation Move themselves, some of the industry's top critics have seen first-hand the power and precision of the PlayStation Move platform.
As a result, Move has been recognized with one of the industry's most coveted awards. We're very excited to share with you that Popular Science has awarded PlayStation Move with their 2010 Best of What's New award in the home entertainment category, an accolade we're extremely proud of.
The editors of Popular Science selected Move as the only video game technology worthy of the honor this year, calling it the "most immersive gaming controller" on the market and "the first motion-capture game system accurate enough to attract the hardcore gamers who consider the Wii and Microsoft Kinect to be kids' stuff".