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PS4 Firmware 2.00 Will Fix Webkit Bug Says PlayStation 4 Hacker Nas

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1w ago - Following up on Sony's official announcement and recent hints of PS4 System Software Update 2.00, today PlayStation 4 hacker nas stated the upcoming PS4 Firmware 2.00 Update will fix a potentially useful Webkit bug for developers although it's not related to the recent Nintendo Wii U Browser Exploit.

Below are the details, to quote: PS4 FW 2.00 will fix Webkit Bug

The upcoming firmware update for PS4 will fix a "useful" bug in Sony's browser. Useful as in "useful for people who have some x64 reversing skills".

Muchas gracias to Proxima

Yes, its not related to the bug used to exploit the Wii U.

Finally, from Zecoxao: my best guess will be that everyone will be looking for said bug now, seeing as they can downgrade if they have the dump from previous firmwares.
 

MultiMAN v04.60.00 CEX (Base) by DeanK, WebMAN v1.30 is Released

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6w ago - Following up on his previous update, today PlayStation 3 developer deank has released MultiMAN v04.60.00 CEX (Full) alongside a WebMAN v1.30 update for his MultiMAN PS3 backup game manager and Showtime 04.07.095 with details below.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] (124.89 MB) / [Register or Login to view links] (7.27 MB) / [Register or Login to view links] (7.34 MB) / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] by brunolee / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links]
 

Sony Announces My Road to Greatness Web site and Tour

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9w ago - Sony Brand Activations Manager Kristin Ferrito announced news today of their My Road to Greatness campaign Web site and tour with details below.

To quote: Every time we announce a live PlayStation event here on the PlayStation Blog, the most common comment we receive is "Why don't you guys come to -INSERT HOMETOWN HERE-?" Good question!

That's why we're letting YOU decide some of the key locations for us to go to on our Road To Greatness tour!

This summer, we're giving PlayStation fans the chance to host their very own "My Road To Greatness" party, packed with the best games and gadgets from E3, as well as awesome contests and prizes. All you have to do is go to the [Register or Login to view links] and tell us why we should come to you.

Tell us how big of a PlayStation fan you are, if PlayStation has changed your life in any way, your favorite PlayStation moment - anything that you think is a reason why you should be chosen for the My Road To Greatness party.

After you submit your entry, rally your community to show their support by voting on your submission. Or if you're feeling shy, you can browse through other peoples' entries and vote for your favorite.

In July, we will...
 

PS4: FreeBSD, WebGL, HTML5, Webkit & Save Encryption Development

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40w ago - Many are aware Sony's PlayStation 4 video gaming console uses FreeBSD Open Source Software as outlined on Sony's site [Register or Login to view links], and today Software Engineer Don Olmstead briefly discusses WebGL / HTML5 and the PS4 while PS3 hacker kakarotoks confirms PS4 is running Webkit alongside preliminary PS4 Save Encryption from flynhigh09 as detailed below.

From Don Olmstead, to quote: "Now that the #PS4 has been released I can finally start talking about my piece of the puzzle.

When you login to your PS4 you are running #WebGL code. The PlayStation Store, the Music and Video Applications, as well as a good chunk of UX are all rendered within the browser.

I spent a good amount of time tuning our WebGL rendering engine, and I will be speaking at +SFHTML5 about how to optimize WebGL usage within the context of that work. There will be plenty of great tips on how you can speed up your own WebGL applications so get your slot now. And for those of you can't make it in person it will be live streamed on Google Developers Live."

From kakarotoks (via IRC):

[kakarotok] Saw this and thought I'd share before i forgot: plus.google.com/113371030751322342143/posts/Mzy6VEAwHaa
[mysis] heh i already...
 

Sony Enables Remote Content Downloads From PSN Web Store

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69w ago - It appears Sony has now enabled remote content downloads from their PSN / SEN (Sony Entertainment Network) Web store, allowing users to queue downloads to their PS3 or PS Vita console the next time they are powered on.

To add an item to your queue, simply purchase and download it via the Web store. The next time you turn on your system, the download will automatically start. If you’re a PlayStation Plus member and have items in your queue, the download will begin at your specified automatic update time.

To quote: An update for the SEN Web Store has been released which introduced a remote download feature. After making a purchase on the Web Store, you will now be able to place your content into a download queue for remote download to your PS3 or PS Vita device.

PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to take advantage of the automatic update function available through the Plus service to remotely download content purchased from the Web Store to your selected device during the regular automatic update.

If you do not have a Plus subscription, any content queued for remote download will automatically begin downloading and installing when the device is manually turned on.

To remote download: You can remotely download game content directly onto your PS3 from the...
 
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