279w 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.
284w ago - Below are two videos courtesy of ricardogroothedde via YouTube and a brief guide on how to use PS3 Emulators with Swap Magic on PS3 for those who still haven't tried.
Another nice guide is also available HERE, among others in our Forums. Check out the SNES (Super Nintendo) and PGEN (SEGA Genesis) videos as follows:
Roughly translated guide:
1. Download the Elf Loader
2. Get an USB pen drive (or PSP) and connect it to your PC
3. In the Root make a folder which is called SWAPMAGIC
4. Copy and Paste the file named ''SMBOOT0.ELF'' into the folder SWAPMAGIC
5. Copy and Paste the folder PSXLOADER to the Root of your pen drive (or PSP)
6. Download one or two of the elf emulators
7. Put the ELF in the folder PSXLOADER
8. We can't give you these files: files LIBSD, XMCMAN en XMCSERV. You'll need to search a bit for them.
9. Put the just downloaded files LIBSD, XMCMAN en XMCSERV in the folder Modules whichs...