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New PS3 Firmware Boosts Web Browser, Rebrands PSN

Jonathan Lester
Firmware Update, PS3, PSN, SEN

New PS3 Firmware Boosts Web Browser, Rebrands PSN

PSN Is Dead. Long Live SEN!

The PlayStation Network has been formally rebranded to become the Sony Entertainment Network as of today, thanks to PS3 firmware update v4.10. As well as changing the name (excuse me if it takes me a while to adjust, I'm set in my ways), the new firmware also optimises the web browser to make it display content-rich pages much more accurately. Users have reported that sites like Youtube and Twitter now run much faster. The system clock can now be automatically set via the internet every time you log onto PSN - which can be activated by browsing into your 'Date and Time' settings.

You'll need 180MB of free space on your PS3 hard drive or flash drive, depending on how you prefer to deal with your updates.

The PSP has also been updated to v1.60, which adds a new map app on top of the SEN rebrand.

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