36w ago - Following up on their previous updates, this weekend PlayStation 3 developers Estwald and D_Skywalk (with help from Miralatijera) have updated the PS3 backup game manager known as Iris Manager to version 2.22B with the changes below.
58w ago - Sony's Greg Belloni has announced that their Music Unlimited iPhone and iPod Touch applications have been updated today!
Below are the details, to quote: Enjoying the Music Unlimited service's iPhone and iPod touch app?
Whether you've been using it since day one or are just now discovering the millions of songs and personalization features the Music Unlimited service has to offer, we have some great news for you today.
Version 1.2 of the Music Unlimited service's iPhone and iPod touch app is now available to download from the Apple App Store. Not only does it sport a redesigned home view but there are two other new features fans have been clamoring for:
• Create channels based on an artist you choose Playlist management
• Create and edit playlists right on your iPhone or iPod touch device
My Channels lets you create your own custom music channel based on the artists you enjoy. Use the app to select an artist or band, give the channel a name and you're all set for hours of music from artists you love - and new artists that Music Unlimited will introduce to you.
Better management of playlists within the app also gives you more control over what you listen to and when you listen to it. Whether it's...
62w ago - Sony European Product Manager Mayumi Donovan has announced that the Skype PlayStation Vita application is getting an update today.
To quote: Hi everyone, I hope you are enjoying catching up with your friends and family using Skype on your PlayStation Vita.
Today I'm happy to announce that this great app will have new features which let you enjoy connecting to even more people.
You can now create a new account directly from your PS Vita system, as well as search for friends on Skype and add them to your Contacts. You can also use "Favourite", "Online" and "All" to manage your list of contacts.
If you want to change your profile photo, just use your PS Vita system's front or rear camera to take a new photo and replace it. Or you can simply use the photos in your PS Vita collection.
The new features do not end there, either. You can now add Skype Credit from your PS Vita and make calls to mobiles and landlines if the person you're calling is not online. You can also receive or delete voice messages directly from your PS Vita.
The update will be available from the LiveArea screen of Skype - just select the update icon to update Skype and enjoy all the great new features. If you do not have Skype for PS Vita yet, head over to PlayStation...
64w ago - Intellivision Productions Inc President Keith Robinson has announced today that Intellivision is coming to PlayStation Home with updated video game classics!
Below are the details, to quote: Intellivision Productions, Inc. is excited to announce three of its classic games are coming to PlayStation Home.
Astrosmash, Shark! Shark! and Night Stalker, which thrilled players in the early 1980s, have been upgraded while staying true to the spirit of the games' classic looks and game play. We think of them as "enhanced yet completely faithful conversions," but we call them Intellivision Gen2.
When the Intellivision console was introduced in 1980, it drew attention with its 16-bit graphics. Of course, it takes more than great graphics to make great games, and Intellivision fans quickly discovered the fun of iconic games such as Astrosmash, Shark! Shark!, Night Stalker and many others.
Until now, the games released by Intellivision Productions and its publishing partners have primarily been exact, faithful reproductions - usually deliberate emulations - of the original titles.
While this great for players who want to relive their childhoods, we've wanted to try updating the games a bit; putting in some features we would have liked to put in back then.
64w ago - Following up on the previous update and yesterday's PSN Passphrase leak, today Chinese PlayStation 3 hacker Luckystar has released an unofficial version of FckPSN 0.9c which allows PS3 Custom Firmware (CFW) users to access Sony's PlayStation Network once again.
To quote, roughly translated: I believe we all know, tested on CEX and DEX 3.55 is feasible (working but with an 80023110 error). Program still finished before September 11 into PSN, the the camouflage version number 4.21 the camouflage host ID is all zeros.
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