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PSP Deep Red… A new color in your hands

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358w ago - After Deep Blue, the ultimate Chess player PC from IBM, Sony announced Deep Red... The PSP !

Yep, you are right, here you are, a new color available for the PSP from SONY, and which will be sold later this December in Japan, offered with a nice package of accessories.
 

How to fix your custom PSP Faceplate buttons

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358w ago - We love our customizations and for some people that's one of the most important things! Take a look at this God of War mod, well, this honey sold for 1,725 dollar on eBay! Impressive?

While I will assume that this modder is extremely skillful and I will assume all the buttons work exactly the way it should, often than not when you buy a faceplate on eBay you will run into this problem:

That's right! Broken buttons!! Buttons that comes with the faceplate that doesn't fit or the heights is off makes playing game impossible! Well, don't worry guys, DiggingTheWeb has your ass covered, here is a excellent tutorial we found on the web (credit goes to this awesome man). We tried it, and it works!

Video on how to here:





To some of you this maybe a thing of the past, but I will gurantee you this holiday season alotof people will run into this problem, because the new PSP Slim is going to rocket off the shelf coming this Xmas!
 

Sony's new 40GB PS3 still using old 90nm processors

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358w ago - It was reported a while ago that the new 40GB PS3 featured a 65nm processor, but Sony has told Heise Online that the 40GB SKU still uses the old 90nm processors.

However, the new model does however feature a new design with lower power consumption (120 to 140 watts compared to 200 on older models). Sony is looking to go the 65nm way in the future but for now they are sticking at 90nm across all models.

To quote: We'd been hearing that Sony's new 40GB PS3 featured a revised design with a 65nm Cell processor and improved cooling, but sadly it looks like those reports were in error -- a Sony spokesperson has told Heise Online that the 40GB model continues to use 90mn processors, but does feature an updated design with a lower power consumption of just 120 to 140 watts, compared to 180 to 200 watts for the older models.

Sony says its still planning on moving to 65nm processors in the near future, but for now, it looks like the PS3 is 90nm across the board.
 

View the footage you were never meant to see...

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358w ago - As most everyone on the planet has heard by now, Grand Theft Auto publishers Rockstar made a game called Manhunt 2 that was so gory, they could only get it on store shelves by covering up all the nasty bits. But enterprising hackers have broken into Manhunt 2 and removed the visual filters that covered up all of that nasty stuff.

And luckily for us, they're sharing. We've found a nice, long, completely uncensored version of the video lurking about the interweb's nether regions, so we thought we'd let you see, once and for all, what all the fuss is about.

Check it out: Video can be seen here.

And now, a detailed explanation from the ESRB that this isn't the boxed version of the game, and innocent little Jimmy won't stumble into this content unless he's a freakin' whiz with hacks and cheat devices. In other words parents, if you see this stuff coming from your TV, it's your kid's own fault, not Rockstar's. Enjoy!
 

Church of England Forgives Sony for Resistance

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360w ago - Insomniac's sci-fi FPS Resistance: Fall of Man may have missed out on a couple of hard-fought nominations at last night's BAFTA awards, but it can finally go to sleep at night with a clear conscience. The Church of England -- after a long and tempestuous relationship -- has at last deigned to publicly forgive Sony for turning the in-game representation of Manchester Cathedral into a digital bloodbath.

The BBC reports the Very Reverend Rogers Govender, Dean of Manchester Cathedral, waited until Resistance had failed to clinch any BAFTA awards before issuing the benediction.

"I think some important lessons have been learnt," spoke the Reverend. "So we do forgive Sony for what they have done, even though they still believe they have done nothing wrong. In an industry that is breaking new frontiers, it is important that long held traditions of film and television are maintained," he said.

"These traditions include having courtesy, respecting the dignity of your subject, and admitting when mistakes have been made. In so many ways Sony have failed to live up to these standards by disrespecting people of faith and the victims of gun crime here in Manchester."

You might recall that Resistance (and Sony) drew harsh criticism from the Church of England after the company incorporated an...
 
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