Yes, you see it right! That is Sony’s next-generation PlayStation Portable, codenamed as NGP.
This new hand-held gaming device will revolve around five key concepts: Revolutionary User Interface, Social Connectivity, Location-based Entertainment, Converging Real and Virtual Reality. Rumours had that Sony will be unveiling the new PSP sometime soon, but they finally did it today in Japan.
PSX4Droid 1.0 brings an Android PlayStation emulator to the mobile platform, which actually works well.
Console emulators for mobile platforms are nothing new. NES emulators are the most common ones available for Symbian, jailbroken iPhone OS and Android, but a PlayStation One emulator is something new!
PSP2 seems to have joined the rumours slate for E3 2010. A latest report by VG247 reveals that PSP2 release date won’t be very near, infact not in 2010 at all.
There is 99 percent chances that Sony will NOT announce the PSP2 at E3 this year. PSP2 is expected to ship early next year. Several specs have been leaked which may make it to the Sony PSP2.
PS3 3.15 firmware will be bring some new features to the console and for PSP owners. You will be able to transfer data between two consoles (not wireless connection) and play PSP Minis on the PS3.
This PlayStation 3 update is the next in line after the previous PS3 firmware 3.10 which brought Facebook integration to the console.
Sony is working hard on its latest upcoming firmware 6.0 for PSP (PlayStation Portable). Recently, it also released PS3 firmware 3.0, and it is reported that PSP 6.0 will be compatible with PS3 firmware 3.0.
PSP firmware 6.0 has been released to game developers to test and debug all their games that they are fully compatible with the new firmware when it rolls out.
The new PSP firmware 4.05 has released and is now available for download. There were rumours about it releasing in a week or so, but didn’t knew it would be out so soon!
The latest update features new new music playback visualizations and the ever-conclusive “other features” as said by the PlayStation Blog. There is nothing earth-shattering in it, it just features a couple of new visualizers, one if you happen to have a wallpaper while another is for those who don’t.
Today, while browsing YouTube in search of something useful, I came across this video that tells you how you can install Windows Vista on your PSP (PlayStation Portable). Actually, it’s not really Windows Vista. It’s just a set of web-pages designed to look like Vista, and once after installation, you don’t need an Internet connection to use it.
PSPWXP is used to install Vista on PSP. When I googled more about PSPWXP, I came to know that there were about 4 types of PSPWXP available for download, customized by users. With Vista on PSP, you can play games, use Internet Explorer 7, use Windows Live Messenger, browse My PSP (similar to My Computer) etc.