Earlier this week Sony released a new v3.0 PS3 firmware update, which incorporates cosmetic changes that improve navigation on your PS3, changes to the design, look and feel of the XMB, a redesigned status indicator and Friends List, support for new avatars and dynamic themes, as well as other personalization options to help enhance your PS3 experience. Shortly after the v3.0 launch the community reported various issues, which was later acknowledged by SCEAm which has now released v3.01 improving system stability during use of some PlayStation 3 format software.
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by Rainier on Sept. 15, 2009 @ 12:00 a.m. PDT
At the heart of PS3 is the Cell Broadband Engine, one of the most advanced computer processors in the world, that enables massive floating point calculation, and Blu-ray Disc (BD) drive, providing a High Definition (1080p) next-generation gaming and movie experience in the home, as well as up to 50 GB of data capacity.