The PS3's newest firmware upgrade, 3.0, is now officially going out to all the consoles in the land.
I'm actually a big fan of Sony's XMB, but if I didn't own a large plasma, it would be pretty tough to read. Luckily, some interface tweaks are coming in Sony's 3.0 firmware to address the problem.
According to a rumor by VG247, the upcoming PS3 firmware 3.0 has been described as a "huge overhaul." And while it should bring some convenient improvements, absolutely nothing about it sounds worthy of our excitement.
We've already reviewed the iPhone 3.0 firmware, nitpicking the features one by one. But in case you still haven't studied the update closely enough, here are the 10 things you should know about iPhone 3.0.
The iPhone 3GS is Apple's current mobile flagship, but most of us using iPhone 3Gs won't be paying for the upgrade. So instead, we get the new 3.0 firmware—not such a bad deal.
The iPhone's camera resolution leaves much to be desired, but there's more to image quality than just resolution. And according to one series of tests, the firmware 3.0 is taking better photos than its predecessor.